Rappi, ITALIKA and Citio Partner to Promote Electric Motorcycle Use in Mexico

The companies now see partnerships as a fundamental step to improve their operations and make a significant contribution on the road to decarbonization.

In Mexico, ITALIKA, a company specialized in mobility; Citio, a 100% Mexican electric technology company, together with Rappi, a multinational technology company, present a major project to promote the use of electric motorcycles.

The alliance between Rappi and ITALIKA combines all the experience and strengths of these companies to promote innovative solutions in the field of mobility and home deliveries.

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The partnership seeks to build a more sustainable and efficient country. For its part, ITALIKA provides a wide range of reliable, accessible and quality motorcycles, including electric mobility products, while Rappi, seeking to promote a sustainable ecosystem, will drive the migration towards sustainable mobility in its fleet of more than 110,000 delivery drivers registered in the application.

Likewise, this alliance seeks to facilitate mobility within cities and collaborate in the efforts to put a stop to carbon emissions, supported by Citio’s business model focused on offering different battery exchange points for electric motorcycles.



Among the attributes offered by this alliance for the delivery drivers are exclusive discounts to acquire the electric motorcycle, unlimited battery recharges during the first year, free insurance with comprehensive coverage, GPS, among others.

Initially these motorcycles will be available in Mexico City with the intention of expanding to other cities in the country.

“This initiative is a step in the right direction, adding value to Rappi’s registered delivery drivers through the great benefits offered by a sustainable mobility proposal, reaching the customer in a faster, cleaner, but above all efficient way,” said Servando Canales, Director of Innovation at ITALIKA.

Along the same lines, Mauricio Ucrós, Rappi’s Director of Sustainability and Corporate Communications for Latin America, emphasized that this new way of delivering orders on emission-free and environmentally responsible electric motorcycles seeks to promote sustainable cities and communities.

“Rappi’s registered delivery men and women will be able to access a series of benefits to obtain their electric scooter, and exchange rechargeable batteries for free at any time at the stations that we have set up with Citio in strategic areas of Mexico City,” he added.

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