Through a commercial and strategic agreement, electromobility company VEMO will add 1,000 BYD units to their Mexico City’s fleet during the following months.
With a clear objective to accelerate the environment of clean electromobility in Mexico and LATAM, VEMO has signed a one-of-a-kind strategic deal with Chinese car manufacturer BYD. That deal will allow them to add up to 1,000 electric vehicles to their fleet, dedicated to their mobility platforms.
The vehicle you’ve probably had the chance to see around the streets of Mexico City is the D1 the first of its kind in Mexico, a model that Build Your Dreams (BYD) has developed for its use in their mobility platforms.
The first 200 units are already on circulation in Mexico City, operated by Uber, competing directly with BEAT. With these new units, the Mexican company VEMO will use their ZEE technology.
What does ZEE mean?
Zero Emission Ecosystem, which allows the efficient monitoring and management of both cars and infrastructure charging hubs installed throught strategic points all across Mexico City, and double shift systems to offer 24/7 services; becoming a smart, sustainable and economic solution.
Since model BYD D1’s main objective is to be used on these types of apps; it includes some commodities that make their passenger’s ride more comfortable such as:
Sliding back door or a 137 hp engine fueled by a Li-Ion battery pack that offers a 250-mile autonomy with a 12.8 kWh/62mi energy rate.