Omega Seiki Mobility, which is Pioneer in creating revolutionary sustainable vehicles, has launched yet another Industry First innovative three-wheeler electric Vehicle, Omega Seiki Mobility MOV (Meals on Wheels) in India priced at ₹7 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi post Govt. Subsidy). The vehicle was launched at the 4th State of the art Dealership opening in Bangalore on Wednesday, 2nd November. OSM MOV is an electric three-wheeler which will be available in Fast and Fixed battery options. Booking of the OSM MOV has started at OSM Dealerships for the booking amount of ₹19,999 and the vehicle deliveries to start from January 2023.
On the launch of the OSM MOV, Mr. Uday Narang, Founder and Chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility said, “I am feeling thrilled on the launch of another marvel and industry first electric vehicle OSM MOV. We have already received the interests of 500 Plus customers for OSM MOV. The electric vehicle will change the face of the Mobile Kitchen business.”
On plans of launching more products for the India Market, Mr. Narang added, “We will be soon launching more revolutionary electric vehicles at the forthcoming Auto Expo.”
Like any other business COVID-19 has impacted the mobile Kitchen business in India. From the business perspective, mobile Kitchen seems to be more survivable than dine-in restaurants, given their operational attributes. The flexibility and freedom to drive the vehicle around the city helps to attract more customers and visit more places. Omega Seiki Mobility electrifying the Mobile Kitchen business will give the owners the option of sustainable and economical means. The company will provide completely equipped electric three-wheeler OSM MOV for ready to start the Mobile Kitchen business instantly.
“The mobile kitchen business in India has huge potential as it is still in its nascent stage. In India, it is estimated to be growing at a rate of 8.4 percent annually.” Added Mr. Narang
The company said it has also introduced a mobile kitchen incubator and employment programme for tier-II and tier-III regions to train aspiring entrepreneurs on such vehicles.
“The programme aims at helping aspiring entrepreneurs learn about the business and gain the skills needed to operate and own a mobile kitchen electric vehicle,” Narang added.