EV Maker Nexzu Mobility launches Roadlark Cargo for Last-mile Delivery

An Indian electric vehicle maker, Nexzu Mobility has announced the launch of its electric cargo version called Roadlark, specially designed for meeting the bulk last-mile delivery needs of e-commerce businesses across India.

Globally, electric mobility has taken center stage and is being implemented in several forms. Chief among them is the focus on transforming hyperlocal and e-commerce delivery vehicles into EVs, thereby reducing the per day impact on the planet. With Roadlark Cargo, Nexzu Mobility seeks to target that market in India.

The new Roadlark Cargo is a ‘Made in India’ product, sporting multiple advanced features such as dual e-disc brakes and a double battery with an easy charge facility. The E-cargo carrier also claims to reduce cost of delivery by 95 percent while providing high safety standards

The Roadlark Cargo offers a load-carrying capacity of up to 50 Kgs. It comes with dual batteries: one fixed and another detachable, it can reach a maximum speed of up to 25 km/h. This E-cargo is customizable and therefore, customers can choose from several carriers according to their needs and preferences.

Speaking of the product launch, the COO of Nexzu Mobility, Rahul Shonak said, “Roadlark Cargo is built with superior strength steel, which gives durable rides on difficult roads. Equipped with high safety features such as dual disc brakes, it also comes with advanced features of IoT connectivity, designed and developed by Nexzu. The value proposition of this vehicle is by far the best in the industry.”

“E-commerce businesses in India have been witnessing increasing traction, especially during the ongoing pandemic. The new Roadlark Cargo is designed to address this challenge. With cutting-edge features, these e-cycles not only ensure reduced running costs for delivery providers but they also make the entire riding and delivery experience seamless with enhanced productivity and cost optimization,” shared Pankaj Tiwari, CMO Nexzu Mobility.

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Bhoomika Singh

Bhoomika is a science graduate, with a strong interest in seeing how technology can impact the environment. She loves covering the intersection of technology, environment, and the positive impact it can have on the world accordingly.

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