Pune EV startup launches India’s first e-cycle with dual suspension, price starts at Rs 50,000
Pune-based e-cycle startup, EMotorad (EM), has launched India’s first e-cycle with dual suspension
Pune-based e-cycle startup, EMotorad (EM), has launched India’s first e-cycle with dual suspension. The company has launched its flagship products—EMX and Doodle. They plan to launch three more products by December and February by the name of EM- Cosmos, T-Rex, and T-rex Pro.
The company led by young EV enthusiasts has already sold the first batch of cycles across India.
The company claims it to be India’s first dual suspension e-cycle that gives long battery life with Samsung Batteries. It comes packed with dual disk brakes, has a 45km + Range (70+ km with paddle assistance) and gives up to 21-speed options of the top in class brand Shimano. The company also offers lifetime warranty on frames. The prices starts from Rs 50,000 onwards.
Founded by Rajeeb Gangopadhyay, the company aims to bring across top quality electric cycles at a price that won’t burn a hole in your pocket. The core idea behind developing these e-cycles is to make available top specifications and features that are a luxury for the common man currently. Most bikes have a short-term life when it comes to battery, motor, bike frame when they are brought into the affordable price range. EM, on the other hand, is bringing luxury and comfort at affordable pricing with the best in the class products when it comes to any specific part right from the spokes to the battery or motor.
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EV is the future of mobility and with the Indian market yet to reach anywhere close to its fullest potential, the rise has begun and many upcoming EV startups have been developing smart mobility solutions for the GenNext.
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