ACMobility Bolsters Holiday Mobility with Long-Range EV Models and Charging Hubs

With its growing number of electric vehicle charging locations and a wide variety of long-range  EV models to choose from among its distributed brands, ACMobility, Ayala Corporation’s end-to-end mobility platform, reassures safe, secure, and reliable travels ahead for Filipinos who own EVs and for those considering electric mobility.

Formerly known as AC Motors, ACMobility is also the Philippine distributor of Kia and BYD electric vehicles. The brands’ lineup of long-range EVs include the Kia EV6 Sport Utility Vehicle with 528 kilometers of range, the BYD Dolphin hatchback with 405 kilometers, the BYD Atto 3 with up to 480 kilometers, the BYD Han luxury sedan with 521 kilometers, and the BYD Tang 7-seat crossover with 530 kilometers of range.  

ACMobility’s commitment to providing value and quality customer service for Filipino customers is evident in its investments in the country’s electric vehicle charging ecosystem and its aspirations to build an electric vehicle platform that will provide people with a variety of mobility choices.

With on-road travel expected to rise due to the observance of Holy Week, electric vehicle owners can use ACMobility’s extensive network of 37 electric vehicle charging stations located in 18 locations to drive around the metro and nearby provinces. These EV Charging Hubs are strategically located to provide EV owners with a convenient and accessible charging experience.

In addition to the locations currently available, ACMobility aims to add 100 more charging stations in at least 40 locations within 2024 to provide even wider coverage for electric vehicle owners. 

For electric vehicle owners who will be on the road this Holy Week and for those planning future EV travels, ACMobility Charging Hubs are accessible on the following schedules:

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