Gemopai Electric announces launch of four dealership stores across AP, Telangana
This article was published on : January 27, 2021
Hyderabad, Jan 21 (UNI) Gemopai Electric, a value-for-money Electric Vehicles (EVs) Manufacturer in Gurgaon, on Thursday announced the launch of four dealership stores across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
The company has partnered with Tride Mobility to deliver a smooth retail experience to customers in Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam.
The company enjoys a good traction for its vehicles in South India with the overall presence of 6 stores in Hyderabad and Gemopai, along with Tride Mobility, plan to open 10 additional dealership stores in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, by the end of Fiscal 2021 to meet growing demand for the electric vehicles, the Company said in a release.
On the launch of the dealership stores, Gemopai Electric Co-Founder Amit Raj Singh, said, with the pandemic driving the demand for personal mobility vehicles, these dealership stores will help the customers in getting access to our safe and affordable range of EVs and transform everyday commuting.
Gemopai Electric’s existing fleet of Astrid Lite, Ryder and Miso, and future range will be available through its dealership stores.
Gemopai, which has a large network of 70+ dealership stores, plans to open 100 additional stores in South India by end of FY 2021 which will continue to enable the adoption of EVs in the country in the most efficient manner.
Mr Madhav Reddy, Director, Tride Mobility said, “We have partnered with Gemopai with an aim to re-define the Next-gen mobility and consumer experience. We believe Gemopai vehicles are the most affordable, reliable and top-quality electric vehicle that EV adopters of any generation can own.”
Tride Mobility is an established seller of refurbished and certified petrol bikes and has recently entered the market to sell electric bikes in partnership with Gemopai and fitness bicycles.
These vehicles are becoming increasingly popular because of their low running costs, especially in the wake of increasing fuel prices which make ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) based scooters expensive to afford, Mr Singh claimed.