Germany’s Wunder Mobility has announced the launch of its first Wunder Vehicles product alongside an exclusive business-to-business partnership with China’s Yadea, the world’s largest manufacturer of light electric vehicles.
The first vehicle to be produced by this partnership is the Yadea G5, a sharing-ready, electric moped that offers up to 60 kms on a single charge and features built-in IoT technology.
The launch of Wunder Vehicles and the Yadea G5 mark the Hamburg-based company’s official expansion into the vehicles market and its transition from a pure software company to a one-stop mobility company.
Tobias Langwieler, head of Wunder Vehicles at Wunder Mobility, says: “Many entrepreneurs dream of starting a fleet-sharing company only to realize how much of a hassle it is to ship vehicles to their markets and how difficult getting financing in place can be without having existing knowledge of this process.”
He adds: “These difficulties are exacerbated during the current COVID-19 pandemic, and potential founders require guidance and support to reach their goals now more than ever. Wunder Vehicles will allow our customers to launch mobility services with Wunder Mobility software and Yadea vehicles, as well as other hardware partners, all through the white glove customer experience Wunder Mobility is known for.”
Heidi Zang, senior overseas director at Yadea, states: “Our goal through this partnership is to promote environmentally friendly and safe vehicles to best serve our customers worldwide and further establish both Yadea and Wunder Mobility as industry leaders.”
Wunder Mobility‘s headquarters and engineering offices are located in Germany, with US offices in Los Angeles.