Sun Mobility led by Chetan
Maini (Founder of India’s first electric car, Reva) and Uday Khemka (Vice
Chairman of Sun Group), launched its global, interoperable smart mobility
solution for two and three-wheeler electric vehicles at their new 47,500 sq.
ft. technology development centre in Bengaluru.
Sun Mobility’s energy
infrastructure platform is a first of its kind universal architecture solution
that works across various two and three-wheeler vehicles. This solution is
being launched just two months after Sun Mobility showcased its world class
smart mobility solution for buses, in partnership with Ashok Leyland at Auto
The Sun Mobility solution for
two and three-wheelers comprises of three key elements—a) Modular Smart
Batteries that are intelligent enough to customise themselves to each vehicle
type and versatile enough to be used in combinations of one or multiple
batteries to meet customers’ different performance and range expectations. b)
Quick Interchange Stations that can be easily installed across a city, enabling
customers to swap batteries quickly and conveniently in less than one minute,
addressing any concerns around refueling time. c) Smart Network that connects
modular Smart Batteries and Quick Interchange Stations, optimises battery
performance and allows customers to locate stations and make payments via an
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