EV Maker Nexzu Mobility Ships Orders to Australia, Europe & GCC

Indian electric vehicle (EV) maker Nexzu Mobility has shipped out some initial orders to Australia, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), and Europe and is currently in discussions to close deals with the UK and a few African countries.

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“Our range of products has been developed after months of R&D to perfectly suit the needs of our customers. We are thrilled to receive export orders for regions across the globe including Europe, Africa, Oceania and GCC countries, so we can now make a wider impact with our offerings. This is a significant step towards Nexzu Mobility’s expansion plan, and we are excited to see what comes next,” said Sunil Sahani, Exports Head, Nexzu Mobility.

Recently, the brand launched its Cargo version of the Roadlark e-bicycle, specially designed for meeting the bulk last-mile delivery needs of e-commerce businesses in India and across the globe. In doing so, the brand introduced several new use-cases for cloud kitchens, supermarkets, retail outlets, industrial parks, essential service suppliers, service & maintenance companies, and garages, among others.

An e-bicycle aligned with the country’s Make In India mission, the Cargo version of Roadlark is a purpose-built vehicle which will reduce running costs for delivery providers by almost 97% and will make the riding experience seamless for delivery persons, said the company.

Nexzu Mobility has produced a state-of-the-art range of electric two-wheelers and e-cycles. Earlier this year, the company launched Rompus+ Supercycle 2021 edition, an innovative 3-speed EV that can be used as a scooter or a bicycle. Developed after extensive R&D at its best-in-class manufacturing facility in Pune, Nexzu Mobility’s offerings are safe, lightweight, compact and sturdy, says the firm.

Founded in 2015, Nexzu Mobility has evolved into a holistic electric mobility company that operates in both B2B and B2C segments. Its range of products includes e-scooters (Dextro and Dextro+) and e-cycles (Roadlark, Aello and Rompus)..

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Soumya Duggal

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