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Electric cargo three-wheeler OTUA launched at THIS price

The company is also giving this three wheeler to its customers under the subscription scheme. Taking advantage of which customers can bring it home without buying it.

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New Delhi: Dandera Ventures, a well-known vehicle manufacturer for making logistics vehicles, has launched a new electric three-wheeler cargo vehicle in the country. This new electric cargo has been named Otua (OTUA). This vehicle can run up to 165 km in a single charge. The ex-showroom price of this electric three wheeler is between Rs 3.5 lakh and Rs 5.5 lakh. The company is also giving this three wheeler to its customers under the subscription scheme. Taking advantage of which customers can bring it home without buying it.

What is the specialty?

The biggest feature of this vehicle is that it is completely made in India. This vehicle has been made for the purpose of logistics and delivery. The loading capacity of this cargo is up to 900 kg and it gives a range of 165 km on a single charge.

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Design

This cargo has been made in a very stylish design in white color. Black accents are seen on its wing mirrors, windscreen and doors. A 12.8kW electric motor has been given in this three wheeler, which generates torque of 49 Newton meters. This motor is paired with a 15.8kWh battery pack. This three wheeler can run at a maximum speed of 55kmph. For braking, disc brakes have been used in it.

Booking & Delivery

The pre-booking of this cargo has started and its delivery will start early next year. In the first phase, its delivery will start in Delhi NCR, Maharashtra and Gujarat.

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