January 13, 2016, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf welcomed Chairman of the Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra, Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison, and other dignitaries for the launch of the first connected electric scooter, the GenZe 2.0. Oakland is expanding a range of shared mobility options in 2016, including car sharing, transit, bike sharing, and electric scooter sharing, to empower Oakland as a Smart City, and provide multi-modal transportation to its residents. People unable to buy cars, or displaced by neighborhoods without transit availability, will be able to shorten their commute and have access to viable and sustainable transportation options to get cars off the road, and make resident’s lives better. This is an integral part of Mahindra’s core mission to facilitate change, support social justice, and empower people to Rise.
Learn how we’re transforming urban mobility with our connected electric vehicles at genze.com