Bengaluru-based electric mobility platform Yulu has introduced two new electric two-wheelers, which have been developed in collaboration with Bajaj Auto. Their names are Miracle GR and Dex GR. Yulu says that the company will use Bajaj’s hold in the international market to launch these products abroad as well. These are built at Bajaj’s factory and designed for commercial use. Explain that Yulu is a two-wheeler rental service, in which people can rent electric two-wheelers at a very low price.
Yulu has teamed up with Bajaj Auto to introduce the Mricale GR and Dex GR electric scooters. These have been made in Bajaj’s factory. Let us tell you that Bajaj also has a stake in Yulu. Yulu has informed that the company will also launch these products in foreign markets in the coming times, for which the company will use Bajaj’s international market.
Presenting the new & revolutionary Miracle GR & DeX GR! Powered by Yulu’s AI-led technology stack and manufactured in world-class quality by @_bajaj_auto_ltd, the new Miracle GR, and DeX GR is here to change urban electric mobility!
Proudly made in India, for everyone. pic.twitter.com/yDJWyVBliG
— Yulu (@YuluBike) February 27, 2023
Miracle DR is designed for basic commuting and Dex GR is designed for commercial use with a career behind it. The company says that both the scooters get a swappable battery pack of 1KW capacity, which means the battery can be removed and charged separately as well as replaced with another similar pre-charged battery pack. May go.
Yulu claims that the electric scooters can deliver a range of 60 km on a full charge. The top speed of both is said to be 25 kmph. Payload capacity is up to 15 kg. Yulu has also said that the electric two-wheelers are foolproof and fall-proof and can be improved with OTA updates.
The battery pack can be charged in 3.5 hours over a battery swapping network. The company recently partnered with Magna to expand its battery charging network named YUMA Energy. The company has over 100 battery swap stations in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi and aims to increase the number of stations to 500 by 2024.