Log9 Materials, an advanced deep-tech and battery tech startup, has joined forces with Quantum Energy Limited, an EV OEM firm, to unveil a new commercial 2-wheeler electric vehicle (CEV) called Bzinesslite and expects to commercially roll out 200 EVs within 2-3 weeks in Hyderabad through Whizzy Logistics, a logistics fleet service provider, enabling hyperlocal deliveries.

The EV is equipped with Log9’s RapidX 2000 batteries, allowing for rapid charging from 0 to 80 per cent within 12 minutes, ensuring quick and efficient charging capabilities.

Both companies have entered into a long-term strategic partnership, initiated through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Going forward, both organisations will be working together to fulfil their target of deploying 10,000 2W InstaCharged EVs across the country by March 2024.

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“We are pleased to partner with Quantum Energy in a bid to materialise our shared vision of electrification of the last-mile logistics sector in India, which in turn strengthens our vision of revolutionising the mobility and energy sectors of India,” said Kartik Hajela, Co-founder and COO, Log9. The 2W EVs will cater to a variety of use cases, including e-commerce, food delivery, and courier services, among others, in the country’s last-mile logistics sector, the company said in a press release.

“We are excited to introduce our revolutionary product, Bzinesslite, developed in partnership with Log9. Plug it. Charge it. Repeat. Unlimited fast charge, stress-free,” said Chakravarthy C, Director, Quantum Energy. The e-2W has been designed with features, such as quick acceleration, range (80–90 kms), multi-theft alarm, and multiple driving modes, the company said.