Omega Seiki Mobility today introduced India’s fastest charging electric3-Wheeler Rage+ Rapid EV in partnership with battery-tech startup Log 9 Materials. The company has commenced accepting booking for Rage+ Rapid EV in two variants: Rage+ RapidEV Open Carrier Half Tray (discounted ex-showroom price Rs. 3.59 lakh) and Rage+ RapidEV with 140 cubic feet top body container (discounted ex-showroom price Rs. 3.99 lakh). The buyers can book by paying a pre-booking amount of Rs. 10,000. This price is valid only for the first 1,000 customers only. After closure of online pre-booking, representatives from Omega Seiki/Log 9 team will get in touch with the customers who have made the partial payment in order to facilitate completion of the remaining payment process and formalities. The vehicle will be dispatched and shipped to the customer within 4-6 weeks from the date when their pre-booking is made.
Both variants of Omega Rage+ Rapid EVs consist of RapidX 6000 fast-charging batteries based on the InstaCharge technology innovated by Log 9 Materials, which in turn enable the vehicles to get fully charged within 35 minutes. The batteries are optimally designed to work within tough Indian weather conditions between operating temperatures of -30°C to +60°C, allowing up to 40,000 charge-discharge cycles and hence 10+ years of battery life, and will provide a range of 90km+ in a single charge when fully charged.
The Rage+ Rapid EVs – powered by Log 9’s InstaCharge technology — also come along with Rs. 1 lakh buy back guarantee within 5 years (after the purchase) to solve the challenges associated with resale value of EVs. Additionally, Rage+ Rapid EV offers a 5-year vehicle warranty and 6-year battery warranty. The Log 9 will also be offering ‘InstaCharge on Demand’ – a phone-call-based EV charging service that brings Log 9’s unique high-power charger to the vehicle owners’ preferred location, and they will also be providing the customers access to Log 9’s newly-developed ‘InstaCharge App’ – a mobile app that guides a person in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, and other metro cities to easily find in real time the nearest EV charging station based on their location.