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Mahindra GenZe electric scooter unveiled in US

by Arun Mohan Nadar Posted on 12 May 20149,231 Views8 Comments

Apart from unveiling its new electric scooter for the US market, Mahindra also inaugurated the electric two-wheeler plant and technical center in Michigan

 

Mahindra GenZe electric scooter

 

 

With an intention of increasing its foothold in the US market, Mahindra Group inaugurated the Mahindra GenZe electric two-wheeler facility and the Mahindra North American Technical Center in Southeast Michigan. Also at the launch of the new production facility, Mahindra unveiled its new electric scooter, GenZe for the American market that is slated to be launched soon. The new facility was initiated by Michigan Governor; Rick Snyder and Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group in Ann Arbor. 

 

Coming back to the GenZe, it is a full electric scooter that has been developed for urban transport and Mahindra claims that it’s the only two-wheeler vehicle of its kind in the US market. The GenZe has a range of 48km on a full charge of battery and a top speed of 48km/h.  Since the Mahindra GenZe is an electric scooter, it can be ridden in most states of USA by riders who don’t have a valid two-wheeler license. The GenZe will be typically used for urban transport and shopping, hence Mahindra has equipped the electric scooter with a generous underseat storage space. The GenZe also features a 7-inch, tablet like touchscreen digital instrumentation console that displays speed, range and other details.

 

 

Mahindra GenZe electric scooter rear shot

 

 

The touchscreen display is weather-proof and Bluetooth enabled which this means one can sync your mobile phone with the scooter. The Mahindra GenZe electric scooter has been developed and conceived in Palo Alto, California. While manufacturing of the electric scooter will be done at the new facility in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The current production capacity of the Michigan facility is 9,000 units per year but Mahindra said it can hike it to 20,000 units depending on demand for the GenZe.

 

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