With an aim to be ahead in changing market scenario post coronavirus-lockdown, Ujaas Energy Ltd has launched its new model of electric Scooter (eScooter) ‘eGO T3’ with a mileage of 100 Kms in single Charge.
The company has designed this eScooter especially considering the long-distance travelers and Delivery persons.
Ujaas Energy said in a statement that, “post-Covid, Delivery business is on the peak, this scooter will offer a very economical solution by offering this long-range eScooter.”
“This super-efficient mileage will make eScooters a popular choice for value customers. A petrol scooter will need approx. 2 litres (Rs 160 – Rs 170) to run 100 kms, whereas the electricity cost is only around Rs 20 for the same mileage,” it added.
Some of the features of this eGO T3 eScooter includes having Trendy Look, fast acceleration and other facilities like remote operation & reverse gears, reducing carbon footprints, which make them the first choice of the Youth of urban India.
Moreover, the company has started manufacturing of eScooters in 2019, after receiving good response from adjoining states. Now, it is mulling to spread its wings to Pan India.
On the market demand for eScooters, Ujaas Energy said that, “global experience taught us that after such pandemic (like COVID-19), people have started using personal vehicles more instead of public transport, eScooters provide the best Mileage per Rupee.”
The company also believes that soon it will become a first choice to large Indian Middle-class population because of its affordable price in comparison to not only its competitors but even the petrol scooters.
Meanwhile, the company is having a philosophy of ‘PV & EV can change the CV of India’. It also said that by using a rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) plant at homes and offices and charging an electric vehicle (EV) the operational expense is practically Zero and India can move on Zero cost.
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