Saurav Kumar, Founder & CEO, Euler Motors said, Euler Motors wants to accelerate the adoption of commercial electric vehicles by creating a full stack ecosystem with Indian centric EVs, charging and service station networks.
The funds will be primarily used for hiring talent, R&D and launching vehicles across key Indian cities with a focus on localisation of the supply chain.
Euler Motors has a dedicated manufacturing and R&D facility for production of light commercial EVs along with automotive-grade lithium-ion battery packs that could match the performance required for intra-city logistics in all-weather, temperatures and road conditions. In the last 18 months, companies
like BigBasket, EcomExpress, Udaan have employed more than 200 prototype e-vehicles for their last-mile delivery.
The company has also established a network of 100-plus charging infrastructure in Delhi NCR for charging 200-plus electric vehicles at any point.
Rutvik Doshi, Managing Director, Inventus Capital India said “For India to unlock the next wave of growth in Electric Mobility, it is essential to drive the adoption in the commercial vehicle segment with superior electrical vehicles & infrastructure. Euler Motors is an early front-runner in the space and is well-positioned to build the EV ecosystem. Saurav and the team have built an impressive product with a unique approach to making it work at scale. We're thrilled to have invested in such an innovative company.”
Euler Motors will utilise the money to expedite its product and technology as well as scale its network of charging & service stations across India. The company plans to launch its 3-wheeler electric vehicle for commercial logistics by the end of this year.
has been associated with Euler Motors since early days. Our initial investment was on the promise of building world-class electric vehicles for Indian conditions. We are happy to see that the vehicle has become a dependable resource for last mile delivery companies.
This, and upcoming models, inspire a lot of confidence in the ability of Saurav to execute in a very tough market like India. We believe their innovative business model brings down the total cost of ownership (TCO) and makes EVs accessible to many in Indian market.” said Arpit Agarwal, Principal at Blume Ventures.
Jetty Ventures and Sujeet Kumar have also contributed to this round, making their first investment in the Indian electric vehicle space.