NWTN, an eco-conscious mobility technology company based in UAE bringing passenger-centric green premium mobility solutions to the world, has delivered 20 range-extended electric vehicles (R-EEVs) to M93 CAR RENTAL at its newly constructed facility in the Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi (KEZAD).
The delivery kicks off NWTN’s plan to provide the UAE market with a range of innovative products and solutions to promote the region’s transformation to sustainable energy.
The R-EEVs are uniquely suited to the UAE market. The vehicle’s range-extended technology overcomes the problems of limited charging facilities in the UAE and the long distances often traveled in the country. The 20 R-EEVs were the first batch of vehicles to be delivered to local clients within the coming months.
“We are thrilled to see our products and solutions start contributing to the UAE’s Zero Emission Initiative. This is the beginning of our long-term commitment to the UAE and the Middle East market. We will continue to promote green mobility lifestyles and bring world-leading sustainable technologies to the UAE to help support the country’s ‘Net-Zero 2050’ strategic initiative and energy transformation blueprint.”
Mr. Shahram Parvizi, Chairman & CEO of M93 CAR RENTAL said that “This is the first time we adopt new energy vehicles into our operation fleet, we are so excited about it. This is in line with the green energy transformation initiatives of our country, and we are very proud to be an active part of it. I would like to thank NWTN for providing these advanced products and technology to us. We look forward to rolling out additional new energy mobility technologies and solutions from NWTN in the future.”
The KEZAD assembly facility is NWTN’s first facility in the UAE. The facility will enable NWTN to conduct semi-knockdown production with a greater proportion of software and hardware localization and upgrades to meet the local market needs. The KEZAD assembly facility is currently in the final phase of installing equipment and conducting trial operations, and is expected to be fully operational in the first quarter of 2023.