KARNATAKA, 14 September 2022: In India, the market for electric two-wheelers has been expanding quickly, and numerous startup businesses are springing up around this thriving industry. Among these, the Bengaluru-based startup Log9 Materials, which specialises in advanced battery technology and deep technology, is one worth mentioning.
EV maker Gravton Motors and Log9 Materials have just signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), establishing a strategic partnership.
This new Memorandum of Understanding will open the door for a long-term collaboration with Gravton Motors, claims Log9 Materials. Gravton Motors would produce electric scooters with the cutting-edge InstaCharge battery technology from the Log9 as part of this new relationship.
The ‘Gravton RapidEV’ electric two-wheeler that is being built as a result of this strategic alliance was created especially to meet the high demands of the Indian last-mile logistics and delivery market.
Log9 Materials asserts that it can increase profitability for the country’s delivery-fleet operators by introducing the excellent technology and cutting-edge features of the Instacharge battery packs to the commercial two-wheeler industry.
The Gravton RapidEV with its high-power electric motor can be fully charged from zero to one hundred percent in just 15 minutes thanks to the Log9 batteries with Instacharge technology.
In addition, the Gravton RapidEV electric scooter is capable of grading a 22-degree slope and can carry weights up to 250 kg. Additionally, the manufacturer asserts that its products have a lifespan of more than 10 years, best-in-class safety, and consistently reliable performance throughout the duration of a vehicle’s lifespan. A class-leading 5 years and unlimited km warranty on the electric two-wheeler and its battery supports these assertions.
The Instacharge battery pack from Log9 Materials has the fastest charging time, as the name implies, and requires the least amount of downtime to complete the process. Contrarily, the charging time for a standard battery pack on an electric two-wheeler can be up to 2.5 hours. As a result, the delivery partner theoretically loses out on three to four deliveries on average every hour.