Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd, a technology driven EV startup has launched BattRE
gps:ie, an affordable internet connected electric scooter. The ex-showroom
price of BattRE gps:ie starts from Rs 64,990/-.
has partnered with San Jose California head quartered technology company Aeris
Communications with country office in Delhi NCR for this affordable connected
scooter. It is a SIM card based smart vehicle and is accessible through a
gps:ie incorporates a host of smart features on its telematics platform, giving
the rider greater comfort, convenience, and confidence. BattRE gps:ie scooters
will be available at 50+ dealer locations across Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra,
Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat and UP. BattRE gps:ie is also
available on Amazon. in
riders and owners will get live location of the vehicle through GPS as well as
driving behavior and trip reports. BattRE gps:ie boasts of features like remote
immobilization, geofencing, secure parking, etc. Setting a speed lock would
push alerts whenever speed limit is crossed. It also has system for alerts when
the vehicle crashes or is being towed away. All this information will be
seamlessly available on a phone through the app or on a desktop through the
Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd, or simply known as BattRE is a technology driven
startup founded in 2017 and headquartered in Jaipur, Rajasthan. BattRE is now
being incubated with Sangam Ventures (Niti Aayog), an investor specialising in
clean technology investments.
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