Affordable. Sustainable. Reliable

Batteries decay as a function of time.


Batteries decay as a function of time. Period. Why would you spend thousands of dollars on a vehicle that is limited by the lifespan of the battery? Think about your phone — at the end of 2-years, you often have to replace it due to battery degradation.

This is exactly what happens with electric vehicle batteries. It’s just plain wasteful (both financially and environmentally) to discard an entire vehicle every two years. At SomEV, we have a solution.

Own the vehicle. Lease the battery.


You purchase the vehicle. We lease you the battery.

Founded by a team of battery engineers, SomEV’s unique battery leasing model provides you with hassle-free electric mobility ownership.

Save money. Save the planet.

Why lease the battery?

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Batteries are expensive.


Batteries account for anywhere from 30% to 50% of the cost of any electric vehicle. Sub-par battery packs can lead to performance issues and the constant need for repairs. With our leasing model, you derisk electric mobility ownership.

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Batteries degrade over time.


Batteries decay over time! There’s nothing we can do to stop that. With our unique battery leasing program, you get to trade-in, replace, or upgrade your battery whenever you want. We have you covered, either way.

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Batteries are hard to repair.


Repairing batteries and motor controllers is tough. Trust us when we say that (we’re a team of battery engineers!) So if the battery on that really expensive e-bike you bought online fails, you’re out of luck. With SomEV’s model, if your battery needs repair, bring it in and we’ll either repair it or replace it.

Electric micromobility is seeing a boom in adoption right now and with that, there are a lot of bold claims being made about the range (in miles) of the battery. We don’t buy it. At SomEV, we’ll be honest with you about the range of our vehicles. If it doesn’t work for you, we’re happy to help you find another option.

Because it’s not for us.

It’s for the species.