Odysse And Bud-e Partner To Deliver 10,000 Electric Scooters


Premium electric vehicle manufacturer Odysse has announced a strategic partnership with electric two-wheeler Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) provider, Bud-e.

As part of the collaboration, Odysse will supply 10,000 units of its electric scooter to Bud-e over the next two years. This alliance is a significant milestone for Odysse as it aims to strengthen its presence in the electric scooter market.

The partnership will offer Bud-e benefits such as scalability and cost savings, providing them with a competitive edge in the market. Bud-e’s intelligent electric bikes come with IoT integration enabled through a mobile app, providing riders with convenience through an impressive range and the ability to easily swap batteries.

“We have partnered with Bud-e for our electric scooters. This collaboration highlights the growing demand for sustainable transportation solutions,” said Nemin Vora, CEO of Odysse Electric Vehicles.

As a fleet management and rental subscription provider, Bud-e is transforming mobility by prioritizing safety and optimizing battery and inventory management systems.

Both companies share a vision of creating a cleaner, greener, and more sustainable future by reducing dependence on personal automobiles and aiming to put 10,000 EVs across the country.

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“The groundbreaking collaboration marks a significant step towards a cleaner, greener and sustainable future… Our idea is to reduce the dependence on personal automobiles. Together Bud-e and Odysse aim to put 10,000 EVs across the country. Over the next two years, we plan to acquire more vehicles from Odysse and create a swappable charging ecosystem for faster adoption of EVs,” said Adithya Tekumalla, Co-Founder and CEO, Bud-e.

The long-term collaboration with Odysse will ensure a continuous supply of vehicles, availability of spare parts, and utilization of dealer networks for expansion into different cities.

Bud-e plans to acquire more vehicles from Odysse as well as create a swappable charging ecosystem to drive faster adoption of electric vehicles in the coming years.

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