Odysse electric two-wheelers now available on Flipkart
Electric two-wheeler manufacturer Odysse Electric Vehicles and e-commerce giant Flipkart have joined hands for the sell and pre-bookings of the entire range of Odysse electric vehicles. This partnership intends to offer a hassle-free buying experience to the prospective customers across India with Flipkart's established delivery network and customer support services. Not only will Odysse sell its range electric motorcycles and scooters but will also offer launch offers, such as exclusive deals, discounts, and various financing schemes.
The Odysse line-up comprises the Vader electric bike with a seven-inch Android display, IoT, four drive modes, 18 litres of storage, and Google Map navigation; Evoqis electric bike, the high-speed electric scooter Hawk Plus with cruise control, low-speed e-scooters, such as Racer Lite V2 and E2Go Lite, among others.
"In today's era being driven by technology, E-commerce has emerged as a powerful tool for reaching a wide range of customers across all segments of society. Our partnership with Flipkart is a strategic move to expand our reach to a broader audience, enabling them to easily access and embrace the latest advancements in electric mobility and sustainable technology. By leveraging the convenience and accessibility of e-commerce, we aim to empower more individuals to adopt the new age of electric mobility, paving the way for a brighter and more sustainable future," said Nemin Vora, CEO, Odysse Electric Vehicles Pvt. Ltd.
In other news, the e-commerce major Flipkart has already partnered with other EV makers, such as Matter, Okaya, and Bounce Infinity to their electric motorcycles and scooters. The online platform also offer a range of discounts, deals, and finance options, including EMI options on the EV offerings.
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