Indian automobile manufacturer, Mahindra has launched its all-electric scooter GenZe 2.0 in California this week as part of its effort to contribute in the green technology two-wheeler market in the US.
GenZe 2.0 is designed with state-of-the-art IoT communication that allows the vehicle to monitor over 95 vehicle parameters, including battery state of charge, range estimation, alerts for theft, and distress triggers. The users can access these features by connecting the bike with an app. This makes GenZe the first truly connected electric scooter in the U.S. These features are delivered to the users by an app through a GenZe hosted cloud
The Mahindra GenZe scooter represents Mahindra's initiative to create the most efficient, user-friendly and sustainable transportation alternative. The GenZe 2.0 will sport an aluminium exoskeleton and a class leading storage bay.
The new GenZe will be equipped with a removable lithium-ion battery that can be recharged at any standard electrical outlet, providing optimal freedom and ease of use. Designed to help tackle the challenges associated with commuting, parking, congestion, and pollution, the scooter was formally launched at a recent event in Oakland, California.