India’s newest all-electric mini-truck revealed
Published On Sep 24, 2021
The M1KA is a green truck with 2T payload capacity, 10-ft cargo deck, driving range of 250 km in a single charge and takes 4 hours for full battery charging. The new truck is suitable for applications such as courier, goods distribution, E-commerce, FMCG among others.
Intensifying the competition in the last-mile four-wheel cargo truck market, Omega Seiki Mobility, unveiled India’s first full-electric compact truck the M1KA. This innovative truck is designed to help transport entrepreneurs earn higher revenues and run a profitable logistics business at the same time with zero pollution.
The M1KA comes with a promise of superior overall performance, dependability, and a value proposition with lower total cost-of-ownership. The booking for this new EV four-wheeler will commence from quarter 4 of 2021.
What is under the hood?
The M1KA is equipped with a lightweight, NMC based battery of 90 kWh providing the longest driving range of 250kms in a single charge. The battery takes 4 hours to charge fully at the DC fast charging stations. The payload capacity of 2 tonnes makes it the one of higher payload vehicle in its class. It is further supported by 6 leaf springs suspension in the front and 7 in the rear making M1KA an ideal SCV for last-mile, regional hub and even highway drives not matter the kind of terrains.
The all-new M1KA sports a chassis of superior tensile strength. On the inside, the vehicle comes with a large 10 feet loading area which is highly suitable for heavy as well as voluminous load.
M1KA is targeting a customer segment that is a combination of owners-cum-drivers and fleet owners, who are go-getters and seek reverence and individuality in their occupation along with cost-effectiveness. The M1KA is a green and practical offering that can be used for multiple applications including courier, goods distribution, e-commerce, electronic goods, appliances and FMCG amongst others.
Omega Seiki Mobility, which has its EV manufacturing plant in Faridabad, near Delhi launched its first electric three-wheeler in the country in early 2020 and the company aims to become a complete mobility solutions provider in the EV market.