Green-Tech manufacturing company, Agilitee, has begun the roll-out of its electric delivery scooters to the African tech market.

Twenty thousand of the EV Scooter that comes with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) helmet is expected to be supplied to other Africa countries by end of 2022.

The company has been one of the major contributors of AI products on the African marke in a short while in recent years.

Zimbabwe is next to get supply by September after the EV giant successfully completed a test run in May this year. Officials say plans are afoot to roll out the products to the rest of Africa.

Agilitee founder, Dr Mandla Lamba, says  the roll out comes with Africa’s first AI Helmet.  The electric scooter being rolled out is Agilitee – Loadex which has a range of 70km per charge.

The EV giant uses swapping machines that allow owners to swap the loadex removable batteries within 60 seconds and continue with their deliveries.

20,000 electric scooters with AI helmets to hit Africa market by end of year

Those who use Agilitee Loadex swap batteries for free of charge and this is great saving for the drivers and owners. 

“We are here to end poverty, imagine what used to be R6000 petrol cost per month in South Africa for the delivery scooters will now become profit that will allow the drivers to get more scooters and grow the business.

“God is doing a new thing in Africa, the time has come for Africa to rise and I am humbled that God chose village people like us to spearhead the charge.

“Agilitee puts purpose over profit, it’s time Africa has a Savior that cares about change more than profit,” said Dr Lamba.

Agilitee is currently busy  with an  IPO on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and the company is raising $2 billion by selling 10% to investors.

DISCLAIMER: The Views, Comments, Opinions, Contributions and Statements made by Readers and Contributors on this platform do not necessarily represent the views or policy of Multimedia Group Limited.


DISCLAIMER: The Views, Comments, Opinions, Contributions and Statements made by Readers and Contributors on this platform do not necessarily represent the views or policy of Multimedia Group Limited.