India announced the launch of tbike OneX, the second generation electric bike
built as a multi-modular, multi-purpose and multi-utility vehicle primarily
targeting rideshare and delivery markets.
pricing starts at Rs 38,000 excluding GST. The ebike can achieve up to 25kmph speed and has a range
of 100km+ with battery swapping and on-board charging options.
tronX platform in conjunction with tbike app and tlock offers a range of customised
fleet and rider management features and easy integration into existing IT
systems of rideshare and delivery service providers facilitating remote vehicle
monitoring & diagnostics and real-time business intelligence such as asset
utilisation, battery status, asset location, remote lock/unlock, geofencing
the occasion, Mahesh Lingareddy, Founder, and Chairman, Smartron said, “We are
delighted to announce the launch of tbike oneX which is our 2nd generation
multi-purpose ebike. While tbike oneX is designed for rideshare market, we
envision it being used for lifestyle, tourism, e-commerce, e-pharmacies,
further stated that his company had started exporting tbikes to several
countries in Africa, UK, Ireland, Bhutan, and Mexico.
OneX is the first multi-purpose ebike catering
to B2B segments comes with magnesium alloy wheels, puncture proof tyres, and a
lifetime warranty on the frame. The bike’s frame is specially designed using
aluminum, which renders its light-weight and rust-proof and long life.
Nishanth, MD of the Tronx Motors, the EV division of Smartron said, “Designed
& Engineered in India and powered by Smartron tronX, tbike OneX is a
future-ready bike that offers an easy ride experience combined with design
sensibilities that adapts to varied cargo requirements. OneX stands for
eXperience including the best in class post-sale parts & services support
through Smartron’s tcare platform. We are also working with a few finance
companies to make tbike OneX accessible for all small & micro businesses.
With this launch, the company now has a total of five tbike models covering a
wide range of mobility applications”.
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