DUBAI, UAE, Dec. 19, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — NWTN Inc. (Nasdaq: NWTN), an eco-conscious mobility technology company bringing passenger-centric green premium mobility solutions to the world (“NWTN” or the “Company”), is proud to announce a collaboration with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank PJSC (“ADIB”). NWTN and ADIB has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (the “MOU”) for a one-year collaboration with automatic renewals to enhance the electric vehicle market in the UAE and beyond, offering unique auto financing options to customers.
Under the MOU, ADIB will become the first bank in the UAE to offer exclusive auto financing options at a competitive rate to customers purchasing Rabdan vehicles. Rabdan is NWTN’s premium mobility brand.
This collaboration aligns with NWTN’s commitment to making sustainable transportation accessible and affordable and ADIB’s dedication to innovative financial services, furthering the parties’ vision of a greener future.
Through ADIB’s tailored financing solutions, NWTN aims to enhance the customer experience and support the growing demand for electric vehicles in the region. This collaboration is a testament to NWTN’s dedication to innovation and customer satisfaction.
The collaboration represents a significant step forward in promoting eco-friendly transportation solutions, aligning with the UAE’s vision for a sustainable future. NWTN and ADIB are excited to explore this new avenue of business cooperation, further strengthening their positions in their respective sectors.
As a leading Islamic financial institution, ADIB has a track record of contributing to sustainable development. Their commitment to financing electric vehicles is evident through initiatives such as the Volt Electric Vehicle Finance program. The Volt program aligns with ADIB’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) commitment and aims to make electric vehicle ownership financially accessible to a wider audience. This collaboration with NWTN underscores their dedication to fostering environmentally responsible solutions and supporting the nation’s transition to a sustainable future.
NWTN looks forward to a fruitful collaboration with ADIB and is excited about the positive impact this will have on its customers and the environment.
NWTN is a pioneering green energy company dedicated to providing passenger-focused, premium electric vehicle products and green energy solutions to customers worldwide. Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), NWTN has a full vehicle assembly facility in Abu Dhabi.
NWTN is committed to the future of mobility solutions that integrate pioneering design, personalized lifestyles, Internet of Everything (IoT), autonomous driving technology and the eco-system of green energy.
In addition to the offering of new energy vehicles, NWTN is exploring opportunities in the entire clean energy value chain, including photovoltaics, green hydrogen power and energy storage in the UAE, the Middle East, North Africa, China, other Asian countries, and Europe.
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ADIB is a leading bank in the UAE with more than AED 184 billion in assets. The bank also offers world-class online, mobile and phone banking services, providing clients with seamless digital access to their accounts 24 hours a day. ADIB provides Retail, Corporate, Business, Private Banking and Wealth Management Solutions. The bank was established in 1997 and its shares are traded on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX).
ADIB has a strong presence in six strategic markets: Egypt, where it has 70 branches, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, Sudan, Qatar, and Iraq.
Named the Best Islamic Retail Bank by The Digital Banker, and Best Bank in the UAE by Global Finance Awards, ADIB has a rich track record of innovation, including introducing the award-winning Ghina savings account, award-winning co-branded cards with Emirates airlines, Etihad and Etisalat and a wide range of financing products.
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