M&M launches all electric scooter GenZe in US

Silicon Valley start-up and part of Mahindra Group, Mahindra GenZe, launched Genze 2.0, the first connected all-electric scooter, in Oakland, California.

The innovative scooter concept originated in Silicon Valley and was engineered/assembled in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The scooter is designed to meet the challenges of urban commuting, including parking, congestion, and pollution, according to a press release.

The scooter is powered by a lithium-ion battery that can be charged at any standard electrical 110 volt outlet. With its smart utilitarian design, the scooter offers ample rear storage space so people can get where they want and take their belongings with them, the release added.

In addition its use for personal vehicle, the GenZe 2.0 had also attracted a lot of attention from cities and corporate campuses who are searching for efficient multi-modal and first/last mile solutions to help augment existing transportation infrastructure.