Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) has launched the new ViCKTOR electric three-wheeler, which claims to get the longest range in the category. The OSM ViCKTOR has been launched at an introductory price of Rs. 5 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi post Govt. Subsidy), which will be restricted to the first 100 customers. The ViCKTOR electric three-wheeler promises a range of 250 km on a single charge from a 20 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. Bookings are open at the company’s dealerships for Rs. 9,999 while deliveries will begin from November onwards.
Speaking on the launch, Uday Narang, Founder and Chairman – Omega Seiki Mobility said, “The last mile delivery and logistics segment has seen a need for long range premium electric vehicles to enable reliable and economical cargo transportation. We are thrilled to launch another marvel and Industry first electric three wheeler OSM ViCKTOR, which provides a range of 250 Km in a single charge. The vehicle demonstrates the latest technology and power-packed performance showcasing India on the world map. We will be soon launching more revolutionary electric vehicles at Auto Expo 2022.”
The long range promises less downtime and more trips improving productivity with the ViCKTOR
The 250 km range on the OSM ViCKTOR promises additional trips between charge cycles, allowing for lesser downtime during the day. The 20 kWh battery is IP-65 rated ensuring dust and water protection. The model is powered by an 12.8 kW (17 bhp) electric motor with 430 Nm of peak torque on offer. The electric three-wheeler has been designed to easily climb gradients with a 9.2-degree gradeability.
Furthermore, OSM says the cabin has been designed ergonomically for more comfort. The metal body structure gets ED coating for a longer life. The ground clearance stands at 175 mm, apt to handle broken roads in urban and rural areas. On the feature front, the ViCKTOR is equipped with a telematics unit and GPS, electric wipers, economy and boost mode, lockable glove box, hazard indicator, spare wheel and more.
OSM has partnered with various banks and NBFCs for financing options for customers, while there’s also the in-house financing entity ‘Anglian Finvest.’ The company says it currently has an order book of 50,000 units with a fleet running in 20 cities doing more than 10 lakh km every month. The company is currently working on overcoming supply chain constraints. Omega Seiki Mobility is also planning to manufacture in-house motors and battery packs.