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Tata Motors bags India's largest electric vehicle fleet order from Uber

To deliver 25,000 XPRES-T EVs in a phased manner

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Uber has committed to 100 per cent of rides taking place in zero-emission vehicles, on public transit, or with micro-mobility by 2040

Nitin KumarPeerzada Abrar New Delhi/Bengaluru
Tata Motors, India’s largest electric passenger vehicle manufacturer, has signed an agreement with ride-hailing company Uber to supply 25,000 electric vehicles (EVs), the company said.

The agreement is the largest EV commitment between an automotive manufacturer and a ride-sharing platform in India. Under the agreement, Uber will deploy Tata Motors’ XPRES-T EVs by partnering fleet operators in Delhi National Capital Region, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Ahmedabad.

Prabhjeet Singh, president, Uber India and South Asia, said in a statement, “Uber is committed to bringing sustainable and shared mobility to India. This partnership with Tata Motors is a major milestone in that

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First Published: Feb 20 2023 | 8:50 PM IST

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