Over the last five years, shared mobility has grown exponentially in India. Increasing urbanisation has seen an increase in corporate commute and despite the presence of cab hailing aggregators, majority of Indians opt for public transport creating a huge demand for last and first mile commute. Seeing an opportunity here and with the aim of taking e-mobility to masses, Mahindra Electric has designed India’s first electric three-wheeler platform with the Mahindra Treo. Mahindra Treo addresses issues of short distance commute, a few kilometre or less, to get from your origin to the nearest transportation hub. Electric three-wheelers and new-age micro-mobility segments will drive the EV category growth. Going forward, the last and first mile segment will be further enhanced by the electric quadricycle segment that will offer clean and connected mobility solutions. Mahindra will be launching the three-seater Mahindra Atom electric quadricycle which is practical, spacious and futuristic, later this year.