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Nexzu Mobility has launched the Bazinga e-cycle at a sticker price of Rs 49,445 in the Indian market. The Cargo variant of the Bazinga e-cycle is priced at Rs 51,525. The brand will officially launch the product in February, 2022. However, customers can start pre-booking these e-cycles through the Nexzu Mobility e-commerce website and its social media handles. The deliveries for pre-orders will commence post product launch. Nexzu Mobility has also introduced an EMI alternative with Zest Money and easy payment options for customers.
The production launch ceremony was organized at the brand’s manufacturing plant at Chakan with active participation from all the team members across India through a live Zoom meeting. The event also witnessed in-depth explanation of all the features that these cycles come equipped with. It included a lamp lighting ceremony followed by ribbon cutting and the bicycle roll out from the production conveyor belt. Nexzu Bazinga has been designed and developed in-house while this unisex e-cycle boasts of an extended range of 100km with a single detachable Li-ion battery. It also comes with a solid and sturdy designed new cargo carriage with a 15 kg load capacity.
Nexzu will focus on developing 100% ‘Made in India’ EV mobility with its manufacturing units based in Pune. The components which Nexzu is planning to source from India supply base includes a complete array of mechanical and electronics category products. from the electronic & electrical category, Nexzu is prioritising to source Lithium-Ion Battery packs, Battery Management Systems (BMS), BLDC Hub Motors, Motor Controllers, & LED Displays. Speaking on the brand’s latest plans, Umakant M. Shivankar, Chief Operating Officer, Nexzu Mobility said, “The need for creating a strong foundation for convenient, sustainable mobility is apparent in the country. Nexzu has maintained a sharp focus on building the ultimate urban mobility solutions for customers. In line with this, we have decided to step up our localisation."