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#EcoHunt with Electric cars – Mumbai

Mumbai, 28th August, 2018 – Roadtrippers Club, a fast growing road tripping community for enthusiasts, beginners and those who love hitting the roads, successfully completed India’s first Treasure Hunt with Electric Vehicles on 19thAugust with 20 Electronic Vehicles (Mahindra e20s) and 50+ participants.

The treasure hunt was flagged off from the Fort area of Mumbai and saw participation from members of the Road Trippers Club, E20 owners, Zoomcar ZAP subscribe customers and from the EV community, Plug-in India.

There were a total of 22 clue-stops with each team having a different route wherein they had to find 6 clues to complete the hunt. Each clue was at a historic landmark with some relation to transportation, electricity or sustainability. The winning team comprised of Jayaram, Karishma and Yohaan who completed the hunt in 48 minutes.

Speaking on this, Ruchik Gandhi, from the Roadtrippers Club, stated – “Many users used the automatic electric vehicles for the first time and were very pleasantly surprised by the pollution-free & noise-free vehicles. The event triggered the thoughts amongst the participants the urge to know more about our city’s heritage, to take more roadtrips to discover new experiences and to definitely consider switching to Electric Vehicles as an alternative mobility solution”.

Bharat Gothoskar from The Khaki Tours, added – “The event was a great experience. All the participants got the opportunity to know more about the heritage that the city has to offer in an eco friendly and sustainable manner. For the winning team a walk down heritage lane is soon on the cards.

Romil Kaul from Zoom Cars commented – “The event witnessed a participation of 20 electric cars to promote sustainable mobility, which is the foundation of the ZAP Subscribe program, a hassle-free alternative to car ownership. One can experience the electric car without owning it now! “

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