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Ola Electric Sells 19,000 Units in August 2023

Ola Electric Sells 19,000 Units in August 2023

Ola Electric Sells 19,000 Units in August 2023 Ola Electric, the nation’s top manufacturer of electric two-wheelers, recently surpassed a new sales milestone. According to information about the brand’s August sales obtained from the Vahan portal, the Bengaluru-based EV manufacturer shipped 19,000 electric scooters during that time. With a startling 400% rise in sales compared to the same period in 2022, this is one of Ola Electric’s highest-ever sales periods. The company currently holds a 30% market share for electric two-wheelers. Ola currently offers five electric scooters for sale in India. Last month, three new models—the S1 Air, S1 Pro Gen2, and S1 X—were released in three different trim levels. The three variants provide customers alternatives at different price points and range in price from Rs 90,000 to Rs 1.47 lakh (ex-showroom). Significantly, since the inaugural event, the company has taken more than 75,000 reservations. Ola Electric Range: Delivery and Pricing Information Speaking of costs, the firm is offering the recently released S1 X in three different forms. It is priced at Rs 90,000 in the beginning (ex-showroom). Compared to the original Ola S1 X, which has 2kWh and 3kWh battery packs, the S1 X+ only has a 3kWh battery pack and costs Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom). The Gen2 S1 Pro, on the other hand, costs Rs. 1.47 lakh, and the S1 Air costs Rs. 1.20 lakh. The two costs are ex-showroom. Now let’s talk about deliveries, which is another crucial factor. Ola Electric is now taking bookings for the S1 X+, whose delivery will begin this month. Deliveries are expected to start for the regular S1 X (2kWh and 3kWh) in December. Now, interested purchasers can reserve the e-scooters for just Rs 999. The manufacturer is also working on a brand-new line of electric motorbikes, which should hit the market by the end of the year and be marketed under the M1 name. Ola S1 X: Performance and Range First off, the S1 X is built on Ola’s brand-new “Gen 2” e-scooter technology. A powerful 8-horsepower motor, a 3-kWh battery with a 151-kilometer range, and a top speed of 90 km/h are all standard on the S1 X+ and S1 X (3kWh). The S1 X (2kWh) has a top speed of 85 km/h and a range of 91 km due to its 2kWh battery and 8bhp motor. The scooter lines S1 Air and S1 X use the same components. These e-scooters come standard with steel wheels, dual rear shocks, telescopic front forks, dual drum brakes on both ends, Eco, Normal, and Sport riding modes, reverse mode, 34-litre trunks, seat heights of 805mm, combi braking systems, LED lamps, and 12-inch wheels. Ola S1 Air: Design Information and Technical Information From a design standpoint, the Ola S1 Air and Ola S1 Pro electric scooters are quite similar. But a closer examination starts to show a number of differences. Blacked-out panels on the e-scooter are paired with matte and shiny color finishes to create a dual-tone look. The six color possibilities for the model are Neon, Stellar Blue, Coral Glam, Midnight Blue, Liquid Silver, and Porcelain White. Steel wheels, a flat footboard that is more practical, a straightforward tubular rear grab handle, and the traditional telescopic front suspension are additional noticeable design alterations. The S1 Air comes with a 3.0kWh battery pack and an 8.04bhp motor. The EV manufacturer claims a 151-kilometer range on a single charge, with a top speed limit of 90 km/h and a 0 to 40 km/h acceleration time of just 3.3 seconds. It might finish charging in under five hours. The S1 Air also has a telescopic front fork, double shock absorbers in the back, drum brakes on both ends, cruise control, twin projector headlamps, reverse mode, ride modes, and a 7-inch touchscreen interface unit with GPS and smartphone connectivity, among other significant features. The S1 Air, which can be purchased using the Ola app, is available at more than 1,000 Ola experience centers throughout India. For more EV News Click here Join All India EV Community on LinkedIn [wpforms id=”1683″

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Oben Electric launches first experience centre in India

Oben Electric launches first experience centre in India

Oben Electric launches first experience centre in India The first company-owned experience center for Oben Electric has launched in Bengaluru’s HSR Layout. The Oben Rorr, the company’s flagship electric motorcycle, is featured in a 3000-square foot area of the Oben Electric Experience Center. The experience center was officially launched on Thursday, August 31, 2023, and shortly after that, it began accepting visitors. Oben Electric wants to transform how customers connect with electric vehicles by fusing futuristic design with cutting-edge customer interaction technologies. Moto Live, Moto X, Moto Rack, and Moto Zen are the four primary areas of the Oben experience center. The experience center’s focal point, Moto Live, was created to give visitors a fun environment in which to interact with a live product for the first time while simultaneously learning about its essential features and specs. As part of the ongoing customer experience, Moto X gives users the chance to explore and get a close-up look at the essential parts, both physically and virtually. This enables fans to learn about the characteristics that distinguish Oben Rorr from other smartphones. Advanced technologies like interactive and wireless displays and augmented reality enable the exploration, creating an immersive, educational, and memorable experience. Moto Zen is a specialized customer lounge that provides a cozy café atmosphere with a chance for consumers to unwind and facilitates interesting conversations with the brand or among the customer community, where people can share their ideas about Oben Rorr and electric mobility. The Moto Rack, which displays a variety of goods and accessories, is last but certainly not least. The founder and CEO of Oben Electric, Madhumita Agrawal, commented on the debut, saying, “Entering our first experience center in Bengaluru feels like seeing a dream come true. Our experience center sets new standards in the field of electric transportation and represents our commitment to innovation and client care. She added, “The showroom’s immersive design and cutting-edge technology mirror our brand values while offering a platform for enthusiasts to explore, learn, and engage. We’re thrilled to invite everyone to join the new age of EV lifestyle with Oben Electric.” The first phase of a larger expansion strategy began with this showroom. By the end of this fiscal year, Oben Electric plans to expand its footprint to include all major cities in India, open more FOFO (Franchise Owned, Franchise Operated) experience centers throughout Bengaluru, and ensure that a wider audience has access to its ground-breaking performance electric motorcycle. For more EV News Click here Join All India EV Community on LinkedIn [wpforms id=”1683″ 

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MY EV Store Unveils IME Rapid: India’s First EV Scooter with Revolutionary 300 km Mileage Range

MY EV Store Unveils IME Rapid: India’s First EV Scooter with Revolutionary 300 km Mileage Range

MY EV Store Unveils IME Rapid: India’s First EV Scooter with Revolutionary 300 km Mileage Range Bengaluru, September 4, 2023: My EV Store, a trusted name in multi-brand e-mobility retail space, proudly announces the launch of its flagship electric two-wheeler, the IME Rapid, India’s premier electric scooter that boasts the longest mileage range of 300 kilometers on a single charge with an impressive speed of 80 km/hr. This remarkable innovation ushers in a new era of electric mobility, addressing the prevalent range anxiety concern and marking a significant leap forward for sustainable transportation in India. The IME Rapid’s exceptional achievement is made possible by MY EV Store’s proprietary Smart Range Technology (SRT), a game-changing advancement that recalibrates the boundaries of electric two-wheelers. SRT intelligently analyzes real-time data, incorporating factors such as battery status, weather conditions, traffic density, and driving patterns to provide highly accurate range predictions. This technological breakthrough eliminates range anxiety and champions the adoption of electric vehicles among customers, contributing to a greener and cleaner environment. Mr. Puneeth Gowda, Founder and Managing Director of MY EV Store, stated, “The rising levels of air pollution in India demand urgent action, and electric vehicles offer the most viable solution. Nevertheless, apprehensions surrounding limited range have hindered mass EV adoption. With the IME Rapid, we have shattered this barrier and introduced a scooter that surpasses all previous benchmarks, making sustainable transportation not only viable but also convenient.” The IME Rapid will initially launch in Bengaluru and subsequently extend its presence across Karnataka, redefining the dynamics of the electric vehicle industry in India. “The company is currently focusing on a Franchise Owned Company Operated (FOCO) model to launch in Bengaluru. We will soon be expanding our IME Rapid range in 15 to 20 cities across Karnataka,” said Gowda. In a country where vehicle emissions are a pressing concern, e-mobility solutions are the future. India is currently at the cusp of a changing EV ecosystem that holds the potential to revolutionize the future of road transport. As indicated by an industry report by Redseer Strategy Consultants, India’s electric two-wheeler sales are projected to reach a staggering 22 million units by 2030. However, the prevailing issue of range anxiety remains a prominent obstacle for electric two-wheelers today, eroding consumer trust and consequently limiting the growth of the industry. The IME Rapid’s launch could not be timelier to rebuild customer’s confidence in e-mobility solutions. MY EV Store envisions a future where electric mobility is embraced wholeheartedly. The IME Rapid, which will be initially launched in Bengaluru, will come in three distinct variants offering ranges of 100, 200, and the remarkable 300 kilometers. Powered by a 2000 W motor, and battery capacity of 60V- 26/52/72 AH respectively, the scooter achieves a top speed of 80 km/hr, ensuring both efficiency and performance. To further boost customer confidence, MY EV Store will offer a warranty and easy spare parts availability across Bengaluru to facilitate hassle-free vehicle servicing for all customers. As part of its commitment to accessibility, MY EV Store has partnered with prominent financial institutions, including Kotak Mahindra, Shriram Finance, and Manappuram Finance, to facilitate attractive, hassle-free, and simplified financial schemes for customers. The IME Rapid variants, priced between Rs. 99,000 and Rs. 1.48 lakh, cater to diverse customer needs and preferences. MY EV Store’s journey began in 2022 as a platform that sells multiple brands of electric vehicles. In just a short time, it has evolved into a prominent platform in Karnataka, boasting over 60 retail outlets across Bengaluru. The company has now taken a major leap by producing its own EV brand, IME Rapid, making a remarkable stride. With a clear vision to overcome challenges and an unwavering commitment to innovation, MY EV Store is shaping the future of sustainable mobility in the country. About MY EV Store: MY EV Store, established in 2022, is a pioneering electric vehicle retail platform headquartered in Bengaluru, India. With a network of over 60 retail outlets, the company has emerged as a prominent destination for merchandising multi-brand battery-operated two-wheelers. MY EV Store has taken the next big leap by producing its flagship EV two-wheeler brand, IME Rapid, India’s first EV scooter with a 300 km mileage range. This emphasizes MY EV Store’s dedication to transforming the electric mobility landscape in India. For more EV News Click here Join All India EV Community on LinkedIn [wpforms id=”1683″

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CSIR-CMERI launches CSIR PRIMA ET11, a compact and eco-friendly tractor

CSIR-CMERI launches CSIR PRIMA ET11, a compact and eco-friendly tractor Tractors play a crucial role in modernizing farming, which is the primary livelihood for about 55% of India’s people. Farming feeds 1.3 billion citizens and contributes significantly to the country’s economy. Over the past few decades, India’s tractor industry has made significant strides in technology and production capacity. Tractors of various ranges and capacities have been designed and developed by CSIR CMERI for a very long time. Its history began with the creation of the first tractor in the country, the SWARAJ Tractor, in 1965. Then came the 35-horsepower Sonalika Tractor in 2000, and then the 12-horsepower Krishishakti Small Diesel Tractor in 2009 to meet the needs of small and marginal farmers. To continue the legacy, CMERI began experimenting with the tractor’s advanced technologies and created the CSIR PRIMA ET11 e-tractor. Tractors typically burn diesel, which greatly adds to environmental pollution. They account for 60% of all agricultural fuel usage and consume around 7.4% of the nation’s yearly diesel consumption. Moreover, their emissions of PM2.5 and NOx are predicted to rise by 4-5 times during the next 20 years. The Ministry of Science & Technology claims that the rapid electrification of this industry is required by the global goal of reducing carbon footprints.  India made the commitment to reduce predicted global carbon emissions by one billion tons by 2030 during the COP26 meeting in Glasgow in 2021.  The goal of having Net Zero carbon emissions by 2070 was also maintained.  Tractor electrification is a vital step for India to take in order to achieve these goals. Electric tractors have been suggested as a potential solution in the context of more sustainable farming, taking into account the need to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the impending scarcity of fossil fuels. Unfortunately, the majority of commercial equipment comprises of high-power machines, which are only practical for large-area farming. This presents a barrier for Indian marginal farmers, who make up more than 80% of the farmer population and have roughly two hectares of farming land or less. In response, CSIR-CMERI created the CSIR PRIMA ET11, a small, 100% pure electric tractor that is primarily intended to serve India’s small and marginal farmers. In front of the Secretary, DSIR Dr. N. Kalaiselvi, and many other dignitaries, Union Minister for Science and Technology Dr. Jitendra Singh launched this first-of-its-kind electric tractor at the ‘one week one lab’ curtain raiser ceremony held in New Delhi. Moreover, KN Bioscience, a Hyderabad-based firm famous for its Kushal Tractor brand and several bioscience-related developments and products, has been granted a license to commercialize this revolutionary technology. This tractor, the CSIR PRIMA ET11, is anticipated to lead to a breakthrough in sustainable agriculture while also satisfying the needs of India’s small and marginal farmers. As a result, this progress will force India to dominate the world’s tractor sector with an innovative perspective. For more EV News Click here Join All India EV Community on LinkedIn [wpforms id=”1683″

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Tata Punch EV: Launching in October, features and specifications revealed

Tata Punch EV: Launching in October, features and specifications revealed

Tata Punch EV: Launching in October, features and specifications revealed In India, Tata Motors is rapidly enhancing its selection of electric vehicles (EVs). Recently, the automaker announced Tata. ev, the new brand name for its EV vertical. The new Nexon EV, set to debut on September 14th, will be the first product launched under this new brand name, according to a recent teaser on social media. According to a recent source, the Tata Punch all-electric model would debut before the upgraded Nexon EV. Since the petrol-powered Punch made its debut in 2021, a battery-powered version of Punch has been in development for a very long time, and its release has been eagerly anticipated. What to expect from Tata Punch EV? The Punch EV is believed to be supported by the ALFA platform, just as its counterpart that runs on fossil fuels, but it will be updated with Tata’s gen-2 EV architecture. The internal combustion engine (ICE) arrangement will essentially be converted to an EV system as a result. With this construction, the front wheels are driven by a permanent magnet synchronous motor and a battery that is liquid-cooled. Also anticipated for the Punch EV is Tata’s Ziptron powertrain, which already powers the Tigor, Tiago, and Nexon EV models. Punch EV is anticipated to be sold with two battery sizes and a variety of charging methods, similar to other EVs in the automaker’s lineup. Although its range is unknown, we anticipate the future all-electric micro SUV will have a driving range of more than 300 kilometers. Tata Punch EV: Predicted features and design According to recent sources, the Punch EV would be Tata’s first all-electric vehicle with a charging outlet positioned on the front bumper.  The all-electric Punch is likely to get a distinctive alloy wheel design and some standard EV-specific stylistic tweaks to make it stand out from its twin, even though the design is anticipated to be comparable to the ICE version. With the exception of a few changes like blue accents on the dashboard and center console and a new two-spoke steering wheel that debuted on the recently released facelifted Nexon, the interior layout will likely stay the same. The larger 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display found in the new Nexon as well as the more expensive Tata variants may be the other significant improvement. For more EV News Click here Join All India EV Community on LinkedIn [wpforms id=”1683″

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Everything you need to know about EV Retrofitting in India

Everything you need to know about EV Retrofitting in India

Everything you need to know about EV Retrofitting in India India began using compressed natural gas (CNG) more than two decades ago to lessen its reliance on fossil fuels like gasoline and diesel and to minimize air pollution. The Supreme Court’s ruling in 1998 prompted the widespread conversion of conventional vehicles such as buses, taxis, and three-wheelers to CNG-powered vehicles. As a result, the market for CNG retrofitting was opened up. In this article we have tried to present all information you need to know about EV retrofitting in India. Today, CNG vehicles are giving way to vehicles driven by electrical batteries, resulting in an increase in the EV retrofitting market. The process of converting a combustion engine car to an electric vehicle is known as retrofitting, and it represents an untapped opportunity for India because electric vehicle production in India will take its fare share of time to scale. Although interest in electric vehicles has grown in recent months following the Covid-19 outbreak, it will take several years for these vehicles to have a significant influence on the market. Imported components, particularly batteries, enhance the cost of electric vehicles and serve as a deterrent to consumers who want to switch to cleaner transportation. Given the high import duty, the only way to adopt electric vehicles in India is to manufacture them there. The launch of new vehicles in India often takes 4-5 years, especially for low-demand vehicles like freight vehicles or even cars, and unless there is a large demand, the viability of manufacturing vehicles in India will not be as big as it is for ICE vehicles. This places India in a unique position where it may be feasible to refit old ICE vehicles or to take new vehicle chassis and retrofit them with electric batteries. That is the approach we follow when it comes to retrofitting. What do you need in EV Retrofitting? Retrofitting is a big market According to an analysis by the Ola Mobility Institute, central government e-mobility targets for 2030 can only be met if incentives go beyond the purchase cost of electric vehicles. The direct and indirect costs of purchasing, operating, and maintaining an electric vehicle are included in the Total Cost of Ownership. With these costs, the cost of ownership for electric vehicles is very high at present, and lack of ev charging infrastructure is cherry on the top. That is why various firms have sprung up to capitalize on the retrofitting trend. List of companies doing EV retrofitting GoGoA1 which is a Mumbai-based EV retrofititng startup, has seen a 60% increase in demand for its retrofitting kits. The company sells India’s first RTO-approved electric motorcycle conversion kit. It specializes not only on OEM/ODM automobiles, and components, but also in electric and solar-powered vehicles and components. By providing hybrid and complete conversion kits, the company primarily focuses on converting existing fuel two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and cars into electric-powered technology. In March 2022, the business aims to provide conversion kits for further two- and three-wheeler models, followed by four-wheelers and commercial vehicles in the following fiscal year. Types of test approved by ARAI for EV Retrofitting ARAI regulates type tests AlS123 – Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 to certify EV retrofitting kits. There are two steps in the type approval procedure: Kit component level approval: All component aggregates being added to the vehicle, including traction motor, battery, and inverter, must be approved at the kit component level. For conversion into a hybrid ev or pure EV, wire harnesses, connections, status of charge indicators, and any additional electronics such as vehicle control units and onboard chargers must first be certified as a kit. Vehicle level approval: The applicant must submit to ARAI for Type approval a refitted electric vehicle that is currently in operation. The Type Approval certificate for the vehicle is approved if both types of tests are completed satisfactorily. The kit producer can then appoint dealers to sell the kits for that specific car. On behalf of the kit manufacturer, the dealer can refit. Advantages of EV Retrofitting Disadvantage of EV Retrofitting Now we believe you have answers to all of your question related to the EV Retrofitting in India. If you have any information which we missed then please share the same with us.

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Cost of EV retrofitting kits in India

Cost of EV retrofitting kits in India

Cost of EV retrofitting kits in India While firms are developing new electric car models, the cost of purchasing a new electric car remains expensive when compared to regular petrol/ diesel vehicles. Companies nowadays provide EV retrofitting kits to transform your present ICE vehicle into an electric vehicle for those who cannot afford a new EV because of the excessive cost. Here we have a list of 5 companies with cost of EV retrofitting kits in India. Retrofitting models are popular because they make it simple to convert an existing car to an electric vehicle at a lesser cost. Car conversion kits are available from a variety of companies. Bosch eAxle kit– Electric Car Retrofitting Kit The Bosch eAxle is a cost-effective option in all of the EV retrofitting kits available in the market. It offers solutions for battery electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles. Its small structure saves space and lowers complexity during installation. What are the specifications of this kit? Output 50-300 kW Torque 1000-5000 NM Driveshaft Weight 90 kg approx. Price: Currently, the company is aiming to work with OEMs to expand its business in India. The price of the eAxle kit has yet to be revealed by the manufacturer. Loop Moto– EV Retrofitting Kit The company manufactures and sells a small electric powertrain. The powertrain includes lithium-ion batteries along with a BMS. It also has a few other components that are needed for converting conventional vehicles to electric vehicles. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Accent, Honda Amaze, Hyundai Verna, Honda Civic, and Honda City have all acquired ARAI certification to convert cars. Let’s talk about the Specifications Range 180 Km Top Speed 80 kmph Motor 15kw: Phase 3 AC motor Charger AC onboard 3.3kw charger Battery type LiFePo4 with Smart BMS Battery Capacity 17.8kWh Gearbox Gearless What is the Price of the Loop Moto EV Retrofitting kit in India? The Loop Moto EV retrofitting kit costs anywhere between Rs. 3 lac and Rs. 5 lakhs. E-Trio– EV Retrofitting Kit Sathya Yalamanchili launched E-Trio in 2016. The primary objective of launching E-Trio was to increase the rate of electric car adoption among existing vehicle owners. E-Trio manufactures conversion kits for converting traditional gasoline vehicles into electric vehicles to expedite electric mobility in India. The ARAI has also approved the company’s efforts to convert existing ICE vehicles to electric vehicles. Maruti Alto, WagonR, and Dzire have all been converted into Electric vehicles by E-trio. The EV-150 and EV-180 conversion kits are available. The company claims that the EV-180 kit can turn a Maruti Alto, WagonR, or Dzire into an electric vehicle that’s too in 48 hours. E-Trio also buys old automobiles off the road and converts them to electric-powered vehicles by replacing all fuel or diesel-associated components with the EV retrofitting kit. In the market, it sells both conversion kits and modified cars. Let’s talk about the Specifications Battery Type Lithium-ion Range 150 km & 180 km What is the Price of E Trio Kit in India? In India, the E-trio electric automobile conversion kit costs around 4 lakh rupees. Bharat Kit- EV Retrofitting Kit Bharat Kits, situated in Hyderabad, is a company that retrofits hatchbacks and sedans. The company sells both conversion kits and retrofitted vehicles. For converting Maruti Alto, WagonR, and Swift Dzire, the company has gained ARAI and ICAT certifications. Let’s talk about the Specifications of the Kit Range 80 km Top Speed 80 kmph Motor 15 kW Voltage 96 V Battery Type LiFePO4 Charging Time 4-5 Hours What is the Price of Bharat Kits in India? In India, a Bharat Electric Car Conversion Kit costs around 5 lakhs. Rexnamo Electro- EV Retrofitting Kit Based in Ghaziabad, Rexnamo Electro gives retrofitted electric-powered automobiles and conversion kits that can last for ten years. The company converts automobiles for around Rs 2,40,000 and Rs 5,70,000. Depending on various factors the conversion rate varies. The company additionally restores and converts antique automobiles like Lancers, Contessa, Volkswagens, Old BMWs, Porsches, and Honda city. What is the Price of Rexnamo Electro Kit in India? A Rexnamo conversion kit for a tiny automobile such as the Indica or Swift costs around Rs 8,56,680. Porsches, Volkswagens, Old BMWs, Honda city, lancers, and Honda city Contessas, among others, can be fully electrified for Rs 32,79,677. Now we believe you have all the information related to cost of EV Retrofitting in India. Click here to know what is EV Retrofitting? meta –

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Best Electric Rickshaw Conversion Kit in India

Best Electric Rickshaw Conversion Kit in India

Best Electric Rickshaw Conversion Kit in India Approximately 8 million auto-rickshaws are on the roads of India, serving as both a major form of transportation for people of all socioeconomic levels and the primary source of daily revenue for millions of drivers. India cannot replace all of its autorickshaws with electric ones but surely can convert them. In this blog, we will see all companies providing electric rickshaw conversion kits. In a country like India, electric conversion kits are being accepted by the market as fuel prices continue to soar. Retrofitting or installing an electric conversion kit is the process of adapting an outdated system with modern technologies. All automobiles will eventually be powered by electricity, therefore conversion kits and retrofitting services will be highly sought after. Not everyone can afford new electric automobiles because of their higher price. Conversion kits come into play in this situation. Auto-rickshaws are the primary form of public transportation in India, hence turning them into e-rickshaws is becoming necessary. Although many businesses have introduced their electric rickshaws, due to their higher initial costs, not every rickshaw driver can afford to purchase one. Remodeling the current ICE rickshaw is now necessary for this circumstance. The converted electric rickshaw will have an identical layout and number of seats as the standard vehicle. The sole difference will be that it is typically more energy-efficient, needs less maintenance, and costs you far less to operate than a three-wheeler with a petrol engine. Cost of Electric Rickshaw Conversion in India? A new ICE autorickshaw ranges in price from Rs 2 to Rs 2.5 lakh, depending on the type. Additionally, it only costs about one-fifth of the original rickshaw’s cost to convert it to an electric rickshaw. A brand-new electric rickshaw would set you back roughly 3.5 lakhs. An electric rickshaw can reduce its operating expenses by 40% to 50%, depending on several factors. As a result, owners can recoup the cost of the equipment in around 12 to 15 months. Additionally, converting the current ICE 3-wheeler to an electric 3-wheeler may be done quickly. Top Electric Rickshaw Conversion Kit in India With Price The electric vehicle startup RACEnergy is situated in Hyderabad and produces retrofit kits for auto rickshaws. The development and testing of the conversion kit to transform a traditional three-wheeled rickshaw into an electric rickshaw took the business about two years. This conversion kit will set you back about Rs. 50,000. This model stands out from others because of its low cost. This device uses a battery-swapping operating system. The cost of the battery is therefore not included. Only the energy consumed at the battery swap station is charged to the driver. In Hyderabad, this conversion kit is operational with success. The fact that the rickshaw driver doesn’t have to worry about managing the battery is the primary benefit of battery swapping. The motorist would just use the battery as a service, and the firm would own it. We just pay for the energy we use. Additionally, the lack of a gearbox and clutch enables the driver to drive skillfully and accept more rides than they otherwise would have. A battery monitoring display, efficiency meter, completely digital instrument cluster, and smart alert are included in this E Rickshaw Conversion kit. Specifications and Price Motor Capacity 5000 Range 80-100 km Top speed 45 kmph Transmission Automatic Peak power 6900 W Torque 45 Nm Price Rs. 50,000 A company that produces both new and modified electric cars is called Volta Automotive India Pvt Ltd. These retrofitting models transform current rickshaws powered by IC engines into electric rickshaws. The company offers two retrofitting models, one with a range of 100 km and the other with a range of 150 km. The size of the battery is the only distinction. The kit includes a safety button with SMS and an optional GPS/GPRS system. Specifications and Price Top Speed 50 Kmph Battery 5.4 kWh Battery Types LiFePo4 Battery Capacity 90-100 KM Battery Life 2000 cycles Warranty 12 months Display Digital LCD Display This kit comes in 2 different price range. High torque, a 1200W motor, a 70-amp controller with a 32 tube throttle, and a 33″/35″ rear axle differential with a forwarding-reverse switch are all included in this MotorKit kit. Motor Type 50 48V-1200W Controller 48 V – 70 A Price Rs. 28,000 Gogoa1 e-rickshaw conversion kit includes a 4kW (maximum 5kW) 9Nm 3200rpm 48V BLDC electric motor, a 150A controller, and a throttle. A new model such as the Bajaj RE, Piaggio Ape, TVS Auto, Atul Auto, Maruti 800, Tata Nano, Bajaj Auto, Maruti Zen, Hyundai Santro, Maruti WagonR, and Maruti Alto is most suited for conversion with this kit. Price of this kit: Rs. 70,000 + GST Seeing the number of autorickshaw India have, there is a huge demand for the electric rickshaw conversion kit. If you are looking to venture into this business and want in-depth details about the same, then you can contact us on business@allindiaev.com Click Here For more information related to EV Retrofitting Join the All India EV Community

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