EKA is a subsidiary of Pinnacle Industries and the E9 is the company’s first battery-electric bus. The bus features a solid stainless steel chassis and fully composite construction, along with a streamlined vehicle design to maximize power and range. With a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) compared to the current internal combustion engine (ICE) buses running on India’s roads, EKA E9 promises to bring sustainability and profitability to the customers. all parties involved.
Nitin Gadkari with Sudhir Mehta, President, EKA & Pinnacle Industries Ltd.
E9 electric bus has air suspension both front and rear with ECAS. The bus is equipped with an electric motor that produces a maximum power of 200 KW (272 PS) and a torque of 2500 Nm, and has a regenerative braking system. The bus has a low floor height of 650 mm, suitable for the elderly, children, women and passengers with special health, along with a width of 2500 mm and can carry up to 31 passengers. The electric bus also has a wheelchair ramp.
The company claims that the EKA E9 is equipped with in-house designed vehicle control unit software, with an integrated strategy for vehicle features. Speaking at the E9 launch last month, Sudhir Mehta said, “Our buses are designed and optimized to deliver the best ride experience, cleaner environment and best profitability for our customers. row. With the new EKA E9, we provide a global platform for clean, efficient and profitable public transport to meet growing demand in key markets that are ready for public transport. conversion to electric motor”.