Euler Motors HiLoad Cargo Three-Wheeler: All You Need To Know
Modified On Nov 16, 2021 03:53 PM
The new all-electric three-wheeler is priced at ₹ 3,49,999, gets 668 kg of payload capacity with a 6ft cargo body. The high 88.56 Nm of torque and 151 km of range is complemented by liquid-cooled 12.4 KW battery that supports fast charging to accelerate your last-mile cargo deliveries.
India’s last-mile full-electric cargo three-wheeler market has got even more competitive with the latest additions of Euler Motors HiLoad, a full electric cargo three-wheeler. HiLoad is touted as the most powerful 3W cargo vehicle that promises a higher 668 kg of payload equipped with 12.4 kWh of battery and a certified range of 151 KM in a single charge. The pre-booking of HiLoad is open across India, and you can take the HiLoad come for just Rs. 3,49,999 with an affordable EMI and finance options.
Power & Torque
The HiLoad gets an advanced battery system with a battery thermal management system and liquid cooling technology. The HiLoad battery pack comes with an inbuilt thermal management system and liquid cooling technology that allows vehicles to run efficiently on any gradient and withstand ambient temperatures thus offering a long-lasting battery life. The high powered battery of 12.4 Kwh can be charged fully in 4-5 hours, the IP67 certified battery ensures high-end performance and efficient operations in waterlogging scenarios as well. The vehicle is equipped with advanced telematics and software assistance for fleet tracking, battery monitoring and real-time charging.
The torque range at 88.55 Nm and 10.96 kW peak power, the HiLoad provides superior ground clearance, better gradeability, more speed and higher acceleration for improved on-road operations. It is designed to deliver best-in-class space, payload, power and pick up with the lowest maintenance coupled with smart ergonomics for driver comfort. The vehicle also gets 200 mm front disc brakes, first in the segment with R12 tubeless tyres and a 3kW onboard charger.
Service and Infrastructure
Euler Motors new ‘Charge on Wheels’ mobile service station will provide charge and service to the vehicle at any given location or breakdown point. The vehicle has been launched with three new advanced charging variants – home or onboard chargers provided with the vehicles; lightning chargers that can give 50 Km charge in 15 minutes and Charge on Wheels for an enhanced customer experience.
The HiLoad gets superior driver comfort features such as a bigger windshield, projector headlamps, regenerative braking, software assistance for fleet tracking, battery monitoring and real-time charging. For a peaceful ownership experience, you get a 3yr/80000 km standard warranty and a 3 +2yr battery performance warranty. Euler Motors already manages a network of 200+ charging infrastructure in Delhi NCR to support electric vehicles on the ground.
Euler Motors aims to put 5,000 units on road by FY23 and plans to expand to new markets such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. Designed to serve Indian customers on a local operating cycle, the HiLoad comes with six segment-first innovations in 3W cargo that are suited to deliver higher performance and longer life in unpredictable Indian road and weather conditions. HiLoad is the first EV to have 200 mm front disc brakes for better stopping distance and manoeuvrability.
Several mainstream e-commerce players have already executed successful pilots with Euler Motors for their last-mile delivery requirements, deploying 250+ vehicles to date. BigBasket, Flipkart and Udaan, along with other eCommerce, hyperlocal and B2B delivery players, have already placed an order for 2,500 EVs for intra-city deliveries.
The companies will deploy Euler Motors’ EVs across Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai to transform and strengthen their first, mid & last-mile operations. Deliveries of these vehicles are scheduled to take place in the next 6-8 months.
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