Ampere Electric offers ‘book online now and pay later’ facility for COVID 19 Warriors


Ampere Electric Vehicle has started an offer ‘book online now and pay later’ facility for its customers and corona warriors who are out to deliver essential items for people in this challenging time.

The offer enables them to buy an electric scooter at the comfort of their home by paying a nominal booking amount and rest at the time of delivery. The contactless delivery of sanitized  will be done once the market is open.

In these difficult times, our warriors, the last mile delivery staff are using Ampere’s electric scooter to deliver essential items like vegetables, food and medicines to customers at their doorstep. Every Ampere e-scooter sold is almost equivalent to planting 12 trees.

Cumulatively, over a period of time, these Ampere save of tons of petrol & empower the environment for a better tomorrow.

This online booking offer is announced keeping in mind the ongoing social distancing and the lockdown situation due to Corona pandemic.

This online experience on Ampere Website will enable a comprehensive exploration of product features and booking with just a click of a button.

Special offer is being extended to our warriors, who are instrumental in delivering essential services to needy people. Ampere electric scooter will empower people with a cost-effective and sustainable solution in its mission to bring a change in society with eco-friendly mobility solutions. 

This responsible move will help Ampere electric scooter users; all individual & fleet buyers save a lot especially when we are dealing with a cash crunch situation, also promotes the cashless transaction movement as initiated by the government.

Currently, this facility is available in select Indian cities like Bengaluru, , Pune and New and later this can be extended across the country.

Ampere Electric scooters is one of the fast growing e-scooter brand in the country & offers last mile -efficient  e-scooters that can save up to 85-90% of the cost in comparison to the conventional petrol scooter.

The company in a statement said that it has sold more than 50,000 scooters in the Indian market & has been growing with over 200+ exclusive retail outlets in India.