Log9 Materials Showcases It’s Full EV Range At Expo

Highlights :

  • The electric vehicles unveiled by Log9 are powered by Log9 batteries across various EV platforms – 2W, 3W and 4W.
Log9 Materials Showcases It’s Full EV Range At Expo

Bengaluru-based Electric vehicle startup Log9 Materials, with its indigenously-developed innovations/technology-based solutions for the EV, energy storage, and other allied domains (Last-Mile Delivery)  is in hyper active mode. From multiple partnerships, to participating in industry expos, to even investments in other startups, the firm and its founders have been very busy lately.

At a recent green vehicles expo, Log9 has unveiled a new range of electric vehicles for Last-Mile Delivery logistics across different Electric vehicle platforms including Two-wheeler, Three-wheeler, and Fourth-wheeler. All of the products are ‘InstaCharged’ by Log9’s RapidX

Along with it, they are displaying the brand-new Grafton Motors Quanta e-bike in the e-2W sector (Last-Mile Delivery). This bike has the distinction of successfully crossing from Kanyakumari to Khardung La. Log9 also claims this is the first all-terrain bike in its market. The Rage+ RapidEV, a model that is now on the market and has claims a key ability to charge from zero to one hundred percent in 35 minutes, is being featured in the e-3W class.

In addition, Log9 revealed the Grevol, its electric 3-wheeler in India with a claimed load capacity greater than that of comparable electric 4-wheelers. Grevol and the Rage+ RapidEV would both be fueled by Log9’s recently released 7.7 kWh battery pack. Velocipedo, an Electric vehicle was earlier introduced by Log9 Materials in partnership with eBikeGo.

In the e-4W segment, in collaboration with Northway Motors, Log9 Materials unveiled a retrofitted LCV, which is claimed to be the fastest-charging 4-wheeler commercial retrofitted vehicle.

Notably, all of the above-mentioned e-vehicles under the Log9 Materials brand arsenal are being InstaCharged using solar energy at the expo, in a bid to showcase a Net-Zero Electric vehicle ecosystem wherein Electric vehicles will be powered by renewable energy.

Besides displaying and enabling people to test drive the vehicles, the startup is also demonstrating the complete portfolio of its batteries including RapidX 2000, RapidX 6000, RapidX 8000, and RapidX 15000, and a range of stationary energy storage solutions – ZappUp 4000 and ZappUp 12000.

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