Lithium Urban Fleet Technologies is a mobility provider for employee transportation in the country. It had partnered with Mahindra Electric, India’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer for the fleet. Mahindra recently announced that the partnership has crossed a 1000 EVs mark in the Lithium fleet.
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The two companies partnered back in 2015. The EV industry is still in the embryonic stage. But 75 Mahindra electric cars of the fleet were able to cover a distance of over 2,00,000 kms. Moreover, other 500 Mahindra EVs crossed 1,00,000 kms mark. The fleet of Lithium in total has clocked over 100 million kilometres since its inception.
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The automaker has sold over 30,000 EVs in the country. Mahindra is a leading manufacturer in the three and four-wheeled electric vehicle in India. Lithium, India’s largest EV fleet operator, has Mahindra electric vehicles as a majority in the fleet.
Mahindra and Mahindra’s Managing Director, Dr Pawan Goenka delightfully said that the company is delighted to cross this milestone of 1,000 Mahindra EVs and 100 million kilometres hands in hands with Lithium. Their partnership aims to increase the large-scale adoption of EVs and bring a positive change in consumers’ daily commute. Mahindra will keep on expanding the portfolio of EVs in both three- and four-wheelers with multiple price ranges which will transform the way India commutes.
Lithium’s co-founder and CEO, Sanjay Krishnan said that the automaker has always been side by side in Lithium’s journey to revolutionise the mobility of urban corporate. He also stated that with an auto giant such as Mahindra as their partner, the company has been able to deliver superior customer experience to the clients while enabling them to achieve their goals towards environmental sustainability. The company looks forward to a more impactful partnership with the company as it is gearing up to double the fleet size in the next two years.
In 2015, Lithium started with a mere 10 Mahindra e2o’s in Banglore and now has reached a 1000 EV milestone. Let’s hope that both companies continue to flourish and make India pollution-free.0