Mahindra Treo Zor electric three-wheeler (cargo) has crossed the sales milestone of 1,000 units this week. In just six months of its launch, Mahindra Treo Zor has become India’s number one selling electric cargo and has garnered a market share of 59 per cent in its category (as per SIAM data - February 2020).
Launched in October 2020, Mahindra Treo Zor disrupted the three-wheeler cargo market in India with best-in-class features and its ability to offer higher savings to its customers (see box). The last-mile delivery Electric Vehicle (EV) is built on the tried-and-tested electric three-wheeler platform, Treo. The entire Treo platform has been designed and developed in India, and the Treo Zor is the youngest offering in the company’s electric three-wheeler portfolio.
Thanking customers on the occasion, Mahesh Babu, CEO, Mahindra Electric Mobility, said, “Treo Zor has been a game-changer for Mahindra, and more importantly for our customers who have decided to lead India’s shift towards e-mobility. With its customer-centric design and efficient performance, Treo Zor offers higher savings that customers expect from a last-mile electric cargo vehicle. We are delighted that it has become the preferred delivery vehicle for leading e-commerce players and their fleet operators. We thank all our customers for choosing Treo Zor and enabling us to attain the leadership position in its segment.”
It is noteworthy that Mahindra Treo Zor was awarded the coveted ‘Best SCV of the Year’ at the recently held 12th edition of Apollo CV Awards. The Treo Zor impressed the jury on the crucial parameters of innovation, market relevance, price and the total cost of ownership of the vehicle. Mahindra’s youngest EV offering is a runaway success for the company and is accelerating India’s EV adoption, one delivery at a time.
Additionally, the Mahindra Treo range of electric three-wheelers has crossed a sales milestone of 8,000 units and is being sold in over 400 districts across India. Cumulatively, the Treo range has covered over 40 million km on Indian roads, saving 2,200 metric tonnes of CO2 tailpipe emissions equivalent to planting one lakh trees required to absorb the same emissions.
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