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Zen Mobility To Launch A Range Of Light Electric Vehicles

Zen Mobility received certification from Automotive Research Association of India for the launch of Zen Micro Pod

Zen Mobility To Launch A Range Of Light Electric Vehicles
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POSTED ON December 03, 2022 9:48 PM

Zen Mobility has announced its first range of mobility solutions which include a multi-purpose 4-wheeler LEV called the ‘Zen Maxi Pod’ and a cargo 3-wheeler LEV called the ‘Zen Micro Pod’. The company recently received the ARAI Certificate of Conformity for the Zen Micro Pod. 
 
According to the company’s statement, these innovations are set to cater to the new age’s mobility and logistics demands. 
 

Powered by the EV drivetrain technology, the Zen Micro Pod is developed for users who are working in the last-mile delivery segment. On the other hand, the Maxi Pod can be used for personal commutes and goods delivery.  
 
“At Zen Mobility, we have critically analyzed the dynamic and complex nature of scenarios like Last Mile Delivery and intra-city goods mobility and the challenges that users face during their transit. We have taken a design thinking approach towards conceptualizing and executing solutions in the form of Light Electric Vehicles (LEV), the Zen Micro Pod and Zen Maxi Pod that will provide better efficiency, productivity, safety, durability & cost-effectiveness in a range of use-cases and scenarios,” Namit Jain, the founder and CEO of Zen Mobility, said in a statement, while addressing the innovations. 
 

Designed in Germany, the Maxi Pod is set to be unveiled in early 2023. However, the company has not revealed any particular timeline to launch Maxi Pod. 
 

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