New Delhi: On the first day of the 11th edition of the EV Expo in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, several companies launched and showcased their electric vehicles in the two, three and four wheel categories. Some of the companies showcased EV solutions such as batteries, charging technologies, vehicle components and accessories, among others.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is one of the main sponsors of EV EXPO 2021, along with the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and the International Center for Automotive Technology, ICAT. In total, more than 80 Indian and international companies exhibited their new electric vehicle related products and technologies on the first day of the Expo.
Here is the list of some important launches of the event:
Altius Auto solutions presented its electric bike on the first day of EV Expo 2021. The high-speed bike, which would offer a range of around 120 km per charge, was launched at a competitive price of Rs 45,000 after the government incentive, according to a Financial Express report.
Meanwhile, Supreme Smart Power Pvt. Ltd. launched two new electric bikes: Helios and Aiolos. Both bikes offer features like cruise control and reverse. There is also a rescue function for added safety.
For street vendors, Soni e-vehicles introduced their electric food cart (online food cart) which has enough space to cook food. Customers can install LPG cylinders and have sufficient storage space for cabinets and supplies to operate food on wheels.
Coming to international brands, TERRA Motors, a manufacturer based in Japan, has launched an electric L5 E-auto. The report pointed out that the electric bicycle sports LCD panels that can show advertisements. Also read: Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana: Invest in PMVVY to get a monthly pension of Rs 9,250, here’s how
In addition, Raymotoss Electric Scooter, a Delhi-based electric vehicle maker, also launched its line of electric bikes and scooters on the first day of EV Expo 2021. Also read: Is BYJU Acquiring Vedantu ? Check out what the latter’s CEO has to say