Eco-friendly personal transportation vehicles launched in India

New Delhi, Oct 28 (IANS) Personal mobility devices seller Bird Mobility on Tuesday announced new environmental friendly green personal transportation vehicles for the India market.

Bird Mobility will be exclusively distributing small electric vehicles (SeV) Gocycle, Ninebot products, Bird Board Drifter scooter, Acton’s M scooter, Rocket skate and Blink (power skate board) in addition to the Segway Personal Transporter (PT) in the Indian market.

“At Bird Mobility we focus on offering innovative solutions by bringing in best global brands that are known for developing safe, unique products thus redefining personal transportation for consumers and businesses in India,” said business head Rony Abraham in a statement.

Gocycle is an automotive lightweight electric bicycle while Bird Board is an electric self-balancing skateboard, the statement added.

The company is also adding Segway Personal Transporters GEN II special edition models Ninebot E and Ninebot One that are smaller versions of Bird Segway Personal Transporter (PT) to its portfolio of products.

Retailing via a dedicated e-commerce portal and through existing e-commerce players in the future is also an option for Bird Mobility, the statement added.

Bird Mobility pioneered the sale of personal mobility devices Segway Personal Transporters.

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