Leap adds 32 BMW iX EVs to its exclusive fleet – ET Auto

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Leap adds 32 BMW iX EVs to its exclusive fleet – ET Auto


“The company’s all-electric fleet represents safety, luxury, and innovation, offering clients a unique opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint without compromising on comfort or style.”

New Delhi: Leap, India’s sustainable luxury ground transportation provider, has inducted 32 BMW iX electric vehicles into its exclusive fleet. This acquisition marks the largest single order of BMW iX for BMW India, the company said.

Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India, handed over the cars to Robin Mann, Managing Director, Leap, at a special ceremony held at BMW Group India Training Centre.

The BMW iX combines premium mobility with zero-emissions, sporting agility and a long operating range with luxurious spaciousness. Reduction of carbon footprint is achieved throughout the value chain and all stages of the lifecycle by making comprehensive use of natural and recyclable materials and production with 100% green electricity. The BMW iX remains India’s top top selling Luxury Electric Vehicle.

Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said, “The BMW iX, with its unmatched sales performance, solidifies its status as the leading electric luxury vehicle in India. This impressive achievement plays a crucial role in propelling BMW Group India to the forefront of the luxury electric vehicle segment. Today marks a significant milestone as we proudly deliver 32 BMW iX electric vehicles to Leap for induction into their all-electric fleet. This delivery is not just a fulfilment of the largest single order of BMW iX vehicles for BMW India, but it symbolizes our shared commitment to sustainable mobility and luxury.””Leap’s pioneering vision of an all-electric luxury ground transportation network in India perfectly aligns with BMW Group India’s dedication to innovation and environmental responsibility. We are thrilled to see our BMW iX vehicles become a cornerstone of Leap’s fleet, propelling forward the transformation towards a greener, more sustainable future in luxury travel,” he added.

Robin Mann, Managing Director, Leap, said, “As India’s first luxury transport service dedicated to sustainability, Leap is setting a new standard in the industry. Embracing the BMW iX into our fleet is a milestone for Leap and a testament to our vision for a greener future. We are thrilled to offer our clients the ultimate in luxury electric mobility, and we believe that this addition will enhance their travel experience while contributing to environmental conservation.”

“The company’s all-electric fleet represents safety, luxury, and innovation, offering clients a unique opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint without compromising on comfort or style,” he added.

  • Published On Mar 28, 2024 at 03:28 PM IST

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