Uber Tata Motors Deal: Uber’s biggest deal with the Tatas, great plans for multiple cities including Kolkata – mssewb.org

Uber has signed a big contract with Tata Motors, the country’s largest electric car manufacturer. Under the new deal, Tata Motors will supply 25,000 express electric vehicles to Uber. It is said to be the country’s biggest deal in the green mobility sector so far. An agreement has been reached between the two companies, a joint statement said.

According to Uber, Uber will use electric sedans for its premium segment services. Uber has taken this step to increase the trend of electric cars in the country. However, no information has been brought forward about the amount of Rs.

According to sources concerned, the deal will boost sales of electric vehicles, whether in the form of taxis or fleet services. As per Uber’s plans, these electric vehicles will be launched in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad.

Tata Express Price

According to this agreement, Tata Motors will start supplying vehicles to Uber fleet partners in phases from this month. But a source said Uber is not buying these cars. These vehicles will be delivered to Uber’s fleet partners. Express-T is priced at Rs 13.04 lakh. Besides, the Express-T with a range of 315 km is priced at Tk 14.98 lakh. However, in this case 2.6 lakh rupees is matched as subsidy.

Shailesh Chandra, managing director, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility, said in a statement, “We are delighted to partner with Uber, the country’s leading ride-sharing platform, as a partner in the growth of the sustainable mobility sector in the country.” He said, through this initiative, customers will get an environment-friendly EV ride experience through Uber’s premium category services.

Prabjit Singh, President of Uber India and South Asia, said the company is committed to promoting sustainable mobility in India. This partnership with Tata Motors is a major milestone on this road. He also said that this deal is the largest EV deal between one of the country’s auto manufacturers and the largest ride-sharing platform.

Incidentally, Ola introduced electric car service before Uber. Also a few other small startups have started offering services only through e-vehicles. One of the names in that list is BlueSmart.

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