Electric Vehicle Company’s (LEVC) is preparing to launch its electric model TX in
India. LEVC is partnering with Exclusive Motors Pvt. Ltd. for the Indian
Subcontinent to make TX available in the region. Not only will LEVC create
significant employment opportunities in India, the e-city vehicle will also
support a green future for India with its innovative range extender.
TX is powered by LEVC’s proven and innovative eCity technology, zero emissions
capable for 101km yet with a flexible range of over 510 km. Featuring a
spacious passenger environment with six passenger seats, wheelchair
accessibility and a purpose-built partition separating the driver from
occupants, combined a class leading 8.45m turning circle, TX is the perfect
vehicle for city mobility and suburban flexibility.
TX is a zero-emission capable vehicle with an onboard charging system and a
range extender, which is a great initiative for countries like India, which are
transitioning from ICE to fully battery-operated vehicles with limited
infrastructure and charging stations at the moment but are rapidly developing. This
will help and facilitate the early adoption of electric vehicles.
Gemmell, Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for South Asia said: “I am pleased
that LEVC’s innovative future mobility solutions is embracing the opportunities
in India’s dynamic and growing electric vehicle market. The UK and India have
ambitious plans to deepen our trade and investment partnership and bring
benefits to both economies, and this is a great example of what we can do
Electric Vehicle Company’s history began in 1908 when the first dedicated black
cab was specially designed and commissioned for use in London. With its
unmistakable silhouette and classic design cues, this iconic British vehicle
has defined the company for over a century.
In 2018, LEVC introduced its latest model, the electric TX. TX is
powered by LEVC’s revolutionary eCity technology.
Bagla, Managing Director, Exclusive Motors said: “We are glad to have partnered
with an iconic brand like LEVC. India is an emerging market for the electric
vehicles, and there could not be a better time for LEVC to make its foray into
the country. The technology, aesthetics and practicality of the vehicle is
certain to win over the Indian customers in the days to come.”
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