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Posted On: 6 June 2023 02:11 pm
Updated On: 6 June 2023 02:30 pm

EcoTranzit unveils Qatar's first electric vehicle

Fareeha Imtiaz
Fareeha Imtiaz
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Ecotransit unveils qatar first electric vehicle

EcoTranzit revealed its first electric vehicle that includes exclusive Qatari intellectual property. This entry of the company into the field of environmentally friendly transportation solutions is considered a pivotal move in the Qatari and GCC public, private and commercial transport sectors.

EcoTranzit offers the newest technologies and designs, and its cars and buses offer a wide range of environmental sustainability, energy efficiency and aesthetic design.

This move comes along with Qatar's National Vision 2030 and Qatar's national strategy, as the country aims to drastically change the transportation sector in hopes of making it greener and more sustainable, which also coincides with the global direction aimed at reducing harmful carbon emissions caused by conventional vehicles that contribute to a very high percentage of environmental pollution.

During the ceremony, EcoTranzit showcased the first prototypes of its electric cars, carrying the VIM brand. It's a major step and a reflection of Qatar's commitment to reducing harmful carbon emissions and crowns the company's efforts that aim to promote national innovation, support human cadres and develop local talents in preparation of growing this type of industry in Qatar in the near future.

EcoTranzit is the first company in the field of electric vehicles and comprehensive sustainable transport solutions and infrastructure. It has investments with global partners to own intellectual properties for a number of cars and buses. It has also begun investing in assembly plants and preliminary production lines, with the hope of expanding into a fully integrated industry in the near future.

The company aims to invest in developing the first centre for certifying electric cars in Qatar in cooperation with the concerned authorities in the country in order to ensure that electric cars and buses meet international and GCC standards and to be able to issue accreditation certificates

Source: QNA
Cover image credit: The Peninsula