Ola S1

Ola S1

Available in 10 stunning colours in satin, matte and glossy finishes, Ola S1 comes with iconic twin headlamps, ergonomic and fluidic body, superior alloy wheels, sculpted seating, and the largest boot space that fits two helmets comfortably. Best Performance: It is setting new industry benchmarks with a range of 181 Kms, acceleration of 0-40 kmph in 3.0 seconds, and a top speed of 115 kmph. It has a 3.97kWh of battery capacity, more than 30% higher than the next closest EV, and the most powerful motor in the category with 8.5 KW of peak power. Ola S1 also comes with...

Tata Tigor EV

Following the stupendous success of the Nexon EV, which today commands a nearly 70% share in the burgeoning Indian EV market, Tata Motors is now gearing up to launch its second EV offering for the personal segment – the all-new Tata Tigor EV. The Company today unveiled the EV avatar of its Electric Sedan in the signature Teal Blue colour. Powered by its well-proven state–of-the-art high voltage electric architecture – Ziptron, the Tigor EV has been developed based on three pillars of Technology, Comfort and Safety. It comes packed with technology across its powertrain, infotainment, connectivity & charging and promises...

Atumobile – Atum 1.0

At Atumobile, we’re fueled by sustainability. In a world that’s fast-absorbing technology, we bring you the best of the best electric bikes to take you to places, safely. The immense scope for smart vehicles, also shows the world is ready for eco-friendly, safe, and clean ways to live. We are made in India, for roads that are uniquely Indian. Designed for practicality and ease of commute, we aspire to make the transition to electric truly effortless. Atum 1.0 is an ode to eco-friendly travel. Say goodbye to gasoline and stop no more at filling stations because we bring you a...

Bajaj Chetak

The Bajaj Chetak has a class-leading range of 90 km (under IDC as per AIS 040) in Eco Mode on a full charge with a new battery. The Chetak lithium-ion battery is designed to last for 70000 km which normally takes 7 years, provided the user ensures the lithium-ion battery is kept charged above 15% of capacity and used regularly. The Chetak can be charged to 25% in 60 mins at any three-pin AC 220V, 5A grounded (earthed) wall socket. If you can charge your phone, you can charge your Chetak. FAME-II subsidy benefit, as approved by the department of...

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