BluSmart Mobility to expand fleet with Citroën

The Indian ridesharing company BluSmart Mobility is expanding its fleet with 4,000 electric cars from Citroën. The two companies have now signed an MoU for this purpose.

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The 4,000 Citroën ë-C3s will be delivered over the next twelve months, starting with the first 125 units already handed over to BluSmart in Bangalore. BluSmart already has more than 7,000 electric vehicles

“With the mission to decarbonise mobility at scale, we are dedicated to constructing a comprehensive EV mobility ecosystem in India, encompassing the nation’s largest all-electric ride-hailing service and an extensive network of EV charging superhubs,” said Anmol Jaggi, Co-founder & CEO of BluSmart, adding: “Through Assure, institutions can finance the purchase of electric cars and lease them to BluSmart against fixed rentals.”

Shishir Mishra, Brand Director for Citroen India explains why the e-C3 was selected: “The e-C3’s smart design, operational range, fast-charging capabilities, and intuitive technology, are both comfortable and practical, making it an attractive proposition for passengers and fleet operators. BluSmart’s foray in the shared electric mobility space is a well applauded initiative, that offers convenient and safe urban mobility with zero emissions strengthening our collective mission to decarbonise cities by making EVs mainstream.”

BluSmart had previously filled its EV fleet with Tata Motors vehicles, for which an order worth 10,000 electric cars was placed in 2022. The company also has backing from BP, which invested in BluSmart last summer through its investment arm BP Ventures.,,


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