Omega Seki says that it is introducing electric cargo in the market in place of conventional cargo vehicles. The company is rapidly expanding its electric vehicles in the market by introducing best quality electric cargo in the market. Omega’s electric vehicles are expected to get an even bigger market through Zyngo.
Omega’s Rage+ Rapid electric three-wheeler Cargo was launched in November last year at a price of Rs 3.59 lakh (ex-showroom). It is the company’s best selling three wheeler. It is offered in two variants – Open Carrier and Cubic Top Body Container.
Full charge in just 35 minutes
Both the variants of Omega Sackie’s Rage+ Rapid EV use RapidX 6,000 fast-charging battery, which is based on the flagship InstaCharge technology developed by battery maker Log 9 Materials. This battery is capable of getting fully charged within 35 minutes. At present, this battery is the fastest charging electric vehicle battery in the country.
10 years battery life
The battery is designed to operate in harsh temperatures below 30°C and above 60°C. This battery lasts for 40,000 charge-discharge cycles, giving the battery a life of more than 10 years. Once fully charged, it can be driven for a distance of more than 90 km.
The company is giving a 5-year buy back guarantee on both the variants of the Rage + Rapid EV, i.e. if the customer wants to sell the three-wheeler within 5 years, then the company will buy the three-wheeler from the customer for a fixed amount of Rs 1 lakh. .
Not only this, the company is giving a warranty of 5 years on the Rage + Rapid EV and 6 years on the battery. Omega Saiki is also offering ‘Instacharge’ facility to the customers of Rage+ Rapid EV. With this, customers can take advantage of the facility of charging a three-wheeler at their doorstep. At present, this facility will be available only in major metros like Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi.
The company has also launched the ‘Instacharge App’ with the electric three-wheeler which provides real-time information on the charging stations of Omega Saeki. Through this app, customers can get information about the nearest charging station on the map.