Mean Metal Motors, also known as MMM, has digitally unveiled the 'Azani' electric supercar. It will come at a starting price of approximate $120 K which accounts to roughly Rs 89 Lakhs. The electric supercar will reportedly have a power output in excess of 1000 bhp with a 0-100kmph acceleration time of merely 2 seconds. Mean Metal Motors Azani will have a top speed of 350kmph while offering a range of nearly 550-700kmph on a single charge. The first production prototype is expected to come out in the second half of 2025.
Speaking on this announcement, Mr Sarthak Paul – CEO Mean Metal Motors said, “since the auto industry is being given a big EV push, it is time that Mean Metal Motors shows its prowess. The current backdrop of switching over to electric vehicles in the country seems far away given the lack of infrastructure, though from a company perspective we feel that full electrification is just a couple of years away. Our sole purpose is just not to develop an electric supercar but to create an eco-system that helps increase electrification at a faster rate. India is way far behind in its production methods when compared to the west and we are here to change that”. Founded in 2012 by Sarthak Paul, the company was incorporated in 2014.
“Modular EV production inclusive of existing car manufacturing SMB is the only way to make EV mainstream. MMM’s proprietary tech lets them take a stab at it. Team and collaborative strategy that makes this tech possible is also a key factor to show MMM is on a right track”, states Mr Pavan Ongole, investor and advisor to the company for Business Strategy, International Expansion, Financial Structuring and Investments. Mean Metal Motors was started by a team of four 19 year old's in India and now has grown to a strong 22 member team. This team is currently working on different avenues like research & development, design, aerodynamics and engineering alongside their technical partners from the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States Of America.