Electric Mobility Limited (MEML), the last mile mobility arm of the Mahindra
Group, is celebrating its 50000 electric 3-wheeler customers milestone this
month. Mahindra Electric started its electric 3-wheeler journey with the e Alfa
Mini in 2017, and since then has successfully launched the Treo, Treo Yaari,
Treo Zor, and e Alfa Cargo.
of all the electric Mahindra 3-wheelers sold, the Treo range has received the
maximum awards. Suman Mishra, CEO of MEML said, “It is indeed a momentous
occasion for all of us as we go from strength to strength in building this
category, and we are thankful to our satisfied customers for this. Electric
Vehicles are helping customers with increased earnings while delivering
sustainability and therefore we expect the growth momentum to continue.”
Electric has managed to touch the lives of driver partners, allowing them to
become entrepreneurs thereby earning more and at the same time be sustainable.
The 50000+ strong Mahindra Electric 3-wheeler family has seen several
milestones during this journey – it have covered more than 133 million electric
km, saved 27566 metric tonne of CO2 that otherwise would have required more
than 6.1 lakh trees to be planted, besides several others.
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