Made in India Electric bike, 130 kilometers with a single charge
Rising petrol prices in the country have a huge impact on the pockets of the common man. So many people are looking for alternatives to the traditional way of driving. So if you are also thinking of buying a bike but are worried about the good price of petrol then today in this article we are going to tell you about the electric bikes that will save you from the price of petrol as well as make you experience high speed. . In which you will not ‘miss’ a bike that runs on conventional fuel. Because most people have the superstition that electric vehicles are slower than petrol-diesel vehicles.
Kabira Mobility: Goa-based electric startup Kabira Mobility recently launched its bikes KM3000 and KM4000 in India. These bikes feature not only looks but also performance. The company claims that the Kabira KM400 is currently the fastest electric bike in the Indian market. Booming sales: It has been less than a month since Kabira Mobility’s KM3000 and KM4000 bikes were launched, but due to its features, looks, and robust speed, it remains the center of attraction among the customers. The company claims that bookings for the two bikes reached 5,000 just four days after its launch and the figure has been steadily rising.
Atom 1.0: Speaking of the cheapest electric bikes made in India, the list also includes the bike Atum 1.0 from Hyderabad-based startup Automobile Pvt. Ltd. The company has also recently started delivery of the bike. The important thing is that you don’t even need a license to operate it. The company claims that this bike will give a driving range of 100 km for just Rs 7 and this electric bike will be fully charged in just 4 hours and gives a driving range of 100 km at full charge. Its battery comes with a 2-year warranty. Speaking of price, you can buy it for just Rs 50,000.
Ola officially made the announcement of electric scooters in India
A number of electric scooters have recently entered India and in this direction cab aggregator service Ola may soon launch its own electric scooter. Let me tell you that Ola Electric Scooter is going to compete with Bajaj Chetak Electric in India. Due to the lack of charging infrastructure in India, electric scooters can be driven over a limited distance, but the new Ola electric scooter uses a technology that allows it to travel long distances without being charged. It can be run and it will take just 5 minutes to recharge its battery. We are sharing about this method.
The company’s scooter is expected to be seen racing on Indian roads in the second half of 2021. The pictures show that it is a small scooter designed with a simple design. Reminiscent of Etergo AppScooter. The Amsterdam-based brand was acquired by Ola in May 2020. The Ola Electric Scooter features a single-side swingarm, telescopic Focus suspension, and disc brakes at the front. The Ola E-Scooter has minor cosmetic changes compared to the Etergo AppScooter to make it look a little different.
The company says that it will be able to accelerate from 0 to 45 mph in 45 seconds. It is fitted with a TFT instrument cluster. Not only that, but it will also have good 50-liter under-seat storage. Once launched in India, the Ola e-scooter will compete with scooters like the Ather 450X, TVS iQube, and Bajaj Chetak.
According to media reports, 2 million units of Ola electric scooters will be manufactured every year. The plant in Tamil Nadu will produce for global markets, including Asia, Europe, and Latin America. The company will initially produce 2 million units annually by June 2021. The company then plans to build 10 million Ola e-commerce per year in 2022, which means one Ola electric scooter will be built every 2 seconds.