Euler Motors, a Make in India startup, launched its much anticipated electric 3 wheeler cargo carrier, HiLoad in Delhi with a tag of Rs. 3.5 lakh onwards. The EV is proposed to go on sale from 15 Jan 2022 and can be booked online or at Euler Experience Centers in Delhi and Gurugram, by paying a nominal booking amount of Rs. 999. The EV has already garnered orders of around 2500 units from players like Flipkart, BigBasket, Udaan and ECom Express, among others.
The HiLoad is powered by a 12.4 kWh lithium-ion battery, gives a certified range of 151km with a single charge and has a payload capacity of 688kg, which it claimed to be the highest in the 3 wheeler commercial carriers (including those running on fuel) segment.
The vehicle has offers many first in segment features like a liquid-cooled battery pack for efficient thermal management, projector headlamps for better visibility, 200mm disc brakes for great stopping power, 30% more tyre width for better on-road grip and a 15min fast charge that gives a head-up of 50km.
At Euler our number one goal has been to bring the parity to the electric commercial vehicle segment and that is parity in terms of performance and parity in terms of cost of ownership.”~ Saurav Kumar, Euler Motors founder and CEO
Mr Kumar also added that the company has taken steps to address the primary challenges facing the adoption of EVs regarding the availability of reliable products and charging and service ecosystem. Moreover, Euler Motors already manages a network of over 200 charging infrastructure in Delhi-NCR to support EVs on the ground.
Euler Motors is a fairly new yet revolutionary tech startup based out of New Delhi, inspired by the work of EV companies across the globe, especially Tesla. They are committed to accelerating India’s transition to sustainable mobility and aim to become the category leader for cargo transport in India. With an ambitious projection to float 5,000 units on-road by FY23, they plan to expand their reach to markets in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune.