In Conversation with Nexzu Mobility’s Chintamani Sardesai | Autocar Professional

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Electric cycles are gaining traction globally due to increasing awareness of health benefits, environmental consciousness, technological advancements, and budget considerations. However, the Indian market has yet to witness widespread adoption compared to Western markets.

Mumbai-based Nexzu Mobility, formerly known as Avan Motors, is addressing this gap by manufacturing e-cycles equipped with both pedals and a throttle, offering a riding range of up to 100 km on a single charge.

CEO Chintamani Sardesai discusses Nexzu Mobility’s technological expertise, applications for both B2B and B2C markets, and plans for dealership and distributor expansion during an interview with Autocar Professional at the InnerCircle Pune session

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