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The Roadlark Cargo comes with a payload capacity of up to 50 kgs

Roadlark can run at a speed of up to 25 km/h

It will reduce cost of delivery by 95% coupled with the highest safety on wheels

New Delhi, NFAPost: Nexzu Mobility, India’s homegrown leading eMobility brand has launched its cargo version of Roadlark, specially designed for meeting the bulk last-mile delivery needs of ecommerce businesses across India.

These include restaurants, cloud kitchens, supermarkets, retail outlets, industrial parks, essential service suppliers, service & maintenance companies, and garages, among others.

Globally, sustainable mobility has taken center stage and is being implemented in several forms. Chief among them is the focus on transforming hyperlocal and ecommerce delivery vehicles into electric vehicles, thereby reducing the per day impact on the planet. With Roadlark Cargo, Nexzu Mobility is bringing the same, noble vision to India.

Advanced features

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 ensures reduced cost of delivery by 95% and enabling the highest safety on wheels to riders.

The new 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 speed of up to 25 km/h. In line with its commitment to customer-centricity, Nexzu Mobility’s Roadlark Cargo is highly customizable. Therefore, customers can choose from several carriers according to their needs and preferences.

Nexzu Mobility has created a dedicated support team for addressing all service needs associated with the product and thus ensure seamless functioning with successful high-density delivery trips throughout the rider’s journey.

Durable rides

Speaking about the new product, Nexzu Mobility Chief Operating Officer 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,” said Rahul Shonak.

Speaking on the new launch, Nexzu Mobility Chief Marketing Officer Pankaj Tiwari said ecommerce businesses in India have been witnessing increasing traction, especially during the ongoing pandemic.

“However, a lot of companies find it difficult when it comes to making efficient and successful product deliveries, mainly due to the lack of purpose-built vehicles. 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 for both rider and consumer with enhanced productivity and cost optimisation,” said Pankaj Tiwari.

Hyperlocal delivery

Since its inception, Nexzu Mobility has been manufacturing and delivering products that are in sync with the evolving needs of the hyperlocal delivery industry and ensure the highest safety on Indian roads. With Make in India at its core, the company believes in contributing to both environment and the economy through its robust suite of innovative products.

Formerly Avan Motors, India’s fastest-growing electric vehicle manufacturer, Nexzu Mobility is a leading EV OEM founded in 2015 with the vision of making EVs mainstream in India. Focused on customer centricity, Nexzu Mobility offers its customers with the best in class products made in world-class facilities and by world-class auto professionals.

Its range of products includes state-of-the-art, affordable, and delightful e-scooters and e- cycles. With a manufacturing plant at the automotive hub of Chakan, the company has over 100 dealer touchpoints, its own online store, and a presence s across multiple e-commerce portals. Nexzu aims to build the #1 urban mobility brand in India.

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