Taiwanese multinational technology corporation Acer has partnered with Indian electric mobility platform eBikeGo to introduce the Acer MUVI-125-4G, a cutting-edge electric two-wheeler designed to meet the needs of eco-conscious urban commuters.
This marks the debut of an EV model under the Acer brand in India, with eBikeGo, a prominent player in sustainable urban mobility in India, responsible for its design and manufacture under a licensing agreement with Acer Incorporated.
The launch of the Acer MUVI-125-4G represents a significant step toward sustainable transportation solutions in India, as highlighted by Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways.
The electric scooter, engineered with European technology, embodies the future of urban commuting, featuring swappable batteries, a sturdy yet lightweight chassis, 16-inch wheels, data-driven design, and extensive customization options. It boasts a top speed of 75 kmph and an 80 km range, making it a versatile and eco-friendly mode of transportation.
The collaboration between Acer and eBikeGo doesn’t stop here. Future plans include introducing multiple two and three-wheeler EVs under the Acer brand, including e-bikes, e-scooters, and e-trikes. This strategic partnership paves the way for a sustainable mobility future in India.
Key Features of the Acer MUVI-125-4G:
- Swappable batteries
- Robust yet lightweight chassis
- 16-inch wheels
- Data-driven design
- Highly customizable features
- Top speed of 75 kmph
- Range of 80 km
The MUVI-125-4G is designed and manufactured by Think eBikeGo Private Limited under a license agreement from Acer Incorporated. eBikeGo is a trailblazer in sustainable urban mobility and a beacon of eco-conscious innovation in India.
eBikeGo has entered into an agreement with Acer to offer two and three-wheel EVs, specifically eBikes, eScooters, and eTrikes, under the Acer brand. eBikeGo is responsible for product development, marketing, and customer support for these licensed branded products. The specifics of the agreement are confidential.