7-Eleven, Inc. is taking to the streets of Vancouver, British Columbia, with two all-electric, single-passenger SOLO EVs from Electra Meccanica Vehicles Corp. The new-to-market, three-wheel vehicles will be used to promote 7-Eleven's delivery service.
This collaboration has the potential to expand in the future, Electra Meccanica said in the press release.
"Not only do these vehicles put our brand on the road in a fun, attention-getting package, they allow us to explore alternate transportation options to reduce our carbon footprint, minimize environmental impacts, and gain cost efficiencies that we can share with our customers," said Vice President and General Manager Doug Rosencrans, 7-Eleven Canada.
"7-Eleven has more than 600 stores in Canada and more than 66,000 stores in 17 countries. The brand is widely recognized as an innovative leader in convenience retailing and as the convenient solution for people on the go. Coincidently, so is the SOLO," said Jerry Kroll, Chairman and CEO of Electra Meccanica.