Motovolt M7: A versatile e-scooter with German tech

Motovolt M7: A versatile and sustainable e-scooter with German technology

Motovolt Mobility, a leading electric two-wheeler company in India, has launched the Motovolt M7, a multi-utility electric scooter (MUSe) that can be used for both commuting and cargo purposes. The M7 is priced at INR 1.22 lakh and can be booked for INR 999.

The M7 is designed with German technology and made in India for Indian roads and climatic conditions. It uses a blend of efficient metals instead of plastic, making it more durable and eco-friendly. It also features a modular design that allows the user to switch between a pillion seat and a cargo space in less than 90 seconds.

The M7 is powered by a 3kWh battery that has advanced LFP cell chemistry, which ensures safety and longevity. The battery is portable, waterproof, and fireproof, and can be charged anywhere.

It offers a range of 166 km in IDC mode (ARAI certified). The M7 also has the option of a dual battery system, which is managed by a sophisticated battery control system.

The M7 is also equipped with advanced telematics that connect the scooter to the Motovolt app and the Swobbee platform, a European leader in battery-swapping technology. The app allows the user to track the location, performance, and system health of the scooter, as well as receive over-the-air updates and service reminders. The Swobbee platform enables the user to swap the battery at multiple locations across the country.

Tushar Choudhary, founder and CEO of Motovolt Mobility, said, “The M7 is a product of our vision to provide an efficient and sustainable commuting alternative. It is a versatile and reliable e-scooter that meets the diverse needs of our riders. By using German technology and reducing plastic use, we aim to enhance the quality of life and contribute to a cleaner environment.”

Andreas Zurwehme, CEO of eROCKIT, Germany, said, “We are proud to have collaborated with Motovolt Mobility in the development of the M7 e-scooter. The exchange of technology between our German engineers and their Indian counterparts has resulted in an exceptional product that showcases the best of both worlds.”