New Delhi/UNI: GoMechanic, India’s largest network of technology-enabled car service centers, has announced that Suyash Kumar, who was the eMobility business lead for Ashok Leyland, is on board to drive its EV strategy and plan.
In this role, Kumar will be responsible for building an integrated EV strategy for GoMechanic and building the right capabilities in the unit to ensure effective delivery. In September, the company inked an exclusive services and maintenance partnership with Revolt Motors, makers of India's first AI-enabled electric motorcycle.
GoMechanic is making major infrastructure renovation at its workshops to accommodate dedicated EV servicing bays, according to a company statement here.
A brainchild of two IIM-A graduates -- Kushal Karwa and Amit Bhasin
GoMechanic, founded in 2016, is currently India’s largest network of technology-enabled car service centers, offering a seamless car service experience at the convenience of a tap.