September 20, 2021 Omega Seiki Mobility Pvt. Ltd. (OSM), part of the Rs 1000
crore plus Anglian Omega Group of companies, will be launching India’s first electric
Small Commercial Vehicle (SCV), the Omega Seiki Mobility M1KA.
Indian auto majors had showcased an electric 4 wheel SCV at the 2020 Auto Expo,
no company has yet launched one in the country. Omega Seiki will be the first
to launch such an electric vehicle.
IC engine powered small commercial vehicle market is dominated by the likes of
Tata Ace Gold, Mahindra Jeeto, Maruti Suzuki Supper Carry and the Ashok Leyland
M1KA will be unveiled by Uday Narang, Founder, Anglian Omega Group and Omega
Seiki Mobility and Dr. Deb Mukherji, Managing Director, Omega Seiki Mobility.
Seki is in fact pushing itself hard in the electric vehicle space. A few days back
it had announced that C4V, a U.S based technology provider would be supplying to
it next generation high performance lithium-ion batteries from its cell
manufacturing joint ventures that will empower future electric mobility of
month earlier, the company had announced its foray into the electric two
wheeler space. It had in August unveiled its first two-wheeler electric scooter
Zoro and Fiare. The company showcased its new products at OSM’s new
state-of-the-art flagship showroom in Pune
fact Motown India had in July 2021 broken the story about Omega’s foray into
the two wheeler and four wheeler space.
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MOBILITY TO FORAY INTO ELECTRIC 2, 4 WHEELERS
Seiki Mobility is an Indian electric vehicle manufacturer that is developing
its own line of commercial EVs primarily deployed with e-commerce for last-mile
delivery. Headquartered in New Delhi, India, Omega Seiki serves as a separate
business auto vertical of the Anglian Omega Group.
company's first vehicle - Rage+, was indigenously designed and developed in its
manufacturing facility in Faridabad, Haryana. Launched in February 2020 at the
Auto Expo 2020, Rage+ is claimed to be India's first smart electric cargo
three-wheeler. Recently, the company also unveiled a refrigerated vehicle -
Rage+ Frost that will assist in delivery of food and pharmaceuticals,
particularly the COVID-19 vaccine. Going forward, Anglian is looking to invest
US$300–600 million in its e-mobility venture as it is committed to build
India's first global electric cargo company.
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