Log9 Materials showcases battery technology at the Green Vehicle Expo 2022
The third edition of the Green Vehicle Expo is underway at the BIEC Convention Centre in Bangalore, keeping in line the Indian Government’s theme of promoting sustainable and green mobility. Bangalore-based Log9 Materials had earlier revealed its intentions to manufacture batteries locally, and now it has showcased a variety of last-mile vehicles, along with its own battery technology. The vehicles on display are backed by Log9's RapidX batteries which feature InstaCharged fast charging technology.
One of the electric two-wheelers shown by Log9 at the 2022 Green Vehicles Expo was the Gravton Quanta, which made headlines earlier this year for covering a distance of 4011km in just 164 hours and 30 minutes during a trip from Kanyakumari to Khardung La. The Quanta is backed by Log9’s RapidX battery.
In the three-wheeler segment, Log9 displayed the Rage+ Rapid EV, which is currently on sale and is manufactured by Omega Seiki. The company claims a full charge on the Rage+ Rapid EV takes just 35 minutes, which is backed by the RapidX 6000 battery pack. Also on show was the Grevol three-wheeler which claims to have the highest load-carrying capacity for a commercial three-wheeler in India. This is said to receive a 7.7kWh battery pack which has just been launched, which takes 45 minutes for a 0 to 100 per cent charge.
Additionally, the company revealed the Velocipedo electric trike, which has been built in collaboration with eBikeGo, and a light commercial vehicle with a retrofitted electric powertrain jointly developed by Northway Motors, which is said to be the fastest charging LCV with a claimed charging time of 45 minutes.
Furthermore, Log9 also displayed its own RapidX battery lineup ranging from the RapidX 2000, 6000, 8000 and 15000.
Akshay Singhal, Founder & CEO, Log9 Materials says, “The overall EV adoption in India today stands at 0.8 per cent, but the country has set goals to achieve 30 per cent EV adoption in the B2C sector and over 70 percent adoption in the B2B segment by 2030. To achieve such ambitious goals India needs to accelerate EV adoption through technologies made for India, and also, impetus on B2B electrification should be the go-to route to take. Keeping that in mind, at the Green Vehicle Expo this year, we are proud to be showcasing our complete range of vehicles for last-mile logistics and transportation, along with the technology that enables 9 times faster charging, longer life, and is most of all, the safest in the market. More importantly, this event provides us a prolific opportunity and space to highlight our brand identity, vision, technological capabilities and much more amongst relevant stakeholders and the general public at large.”
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