Busting the range anxiety myth, BluSmart launches intercity rides on EVs

Busting the range anxiety myth, BluSmart launches intercity rides on EVs

Busting the range anxiety myth, BluSmart launches intercity rides on EVs

BluSmart Mobility, India’s first and the largest electric ride hailing platform today launched the first of its kind EV intercity rides from Delhi NCR to Chandigarh and Delhi NCR to Jaipur. The company is offering MG ZS EV, the premium electric SUV to its customers for these intercity rides. The intercity rides are currently available for Blu Prive members, which is the BluSmart loyalty program. The company plans to make it available for all its customers in a few months.

With this launch, the company aims to cover long distance routes with EVs and lead the EV penetration in our country. BluSmart has been setting up  charging infrastructure in Delhi NCR to aid EV fleets. With the introduction of Intercity ride, BluSmart aims to debunk the range anxiety and create charging infra along major national highways for private and public EV owners so as to promote EV adoption.

Talking about the company’s plans, Anmol Jaggi, Co-Founder and CEO, BluSmart Mobility said, “EVs have a reputation of being able to commute only within the city. With our intercity launch, we are busting the myth around range anxiety and making intercity commute possible with an electric car. This is only the start of our expansion. In a parallel vision with government reforms, with ride-hailing 2.0, BluSmart plans to expand its horizon to different cities by developing charging infrastructure and expanding our fleet.”

BluSmart operates a fleet of 1000+ electric cars in Delhi NCR ranging from the likes of major OEMs such as Tata, MG and Mahindra. The company ensures no ride cancellations and no surge pricing. So far BluSmart has completed 1+ million all-electric trips and has covered 35 million+ clean km since launch. The company aims to provide reliable, affordable, and sustainable mobility to consumers and improve the air quality and life in megacities of India.

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