Omega Seki to launch cheap electric tractor will also provide charging and finance facility in rural areas

The company is testing its electric tractors at its research and development centers in South Korea and Thailand. Apart from its three wheeler models Series Plus and Stream, the company will also launch electric two-wheelers.

Electric vehicle maker Omega Seki Mobility on Friday announced a partnership with Agri Junction to sell over 10,000 electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers in rural markets of the country by the end of this financial year. Giving information about this in a statement, both the companies said that in the first phase, these electric vehicles will be launched in the second and third categories of markets.

Apart from the Faridabad-based company OSM Electric Three Vehicles, it also manufactures small commercial vehicles. Apart from its three wheeler models Series Plus and Stream, the company will also bring electric two-wheeler vehicles Mopedo, Stream City and Drone and Tractor keeping in view the demand in rural markets.

Loan will also be available under Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana

 Agri Junction, a digital market platform for agricultural products, will list OSM’s vehicles on its website as well as provide loans under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana to build an electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure. OSM, on the other hand, will also be geared up to provide the EVs as well as build the charging infrastructure and introduce new products specifically for the rural markets.

Electric tractors are being tested

 OSM Founder and Chairman Uday Narang said, “The company is testing its electric tractors at its research and development centers in South Korea and Thailand. By the end of the year 2022-23, we will also come up with a new concept of servicing and leasing for tier II and III markets.

Electric auto was launched

 Omega Seki launched the passenger electric three-wheeler i.e. electric auto in the Indian market at the beginning of the year. The price of this three-wheeler is ₹3.40-Lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The company has invested around $12-15 million in new product development, which is designed to meet the demands of domestic and overseas markets. The Faridabad-headquartered company also deals in the electric cargo three-wheeler segment.

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