Okaya Group forays into Electric Two Wheeler Segment

Highlights :

  • Okaya Group enters in the electric two-wheeler segment.
  • Okaya E2Ws are available in four colors and come in two variants, AvionIQ series, and ClassIQ series.
  • Okaya has also announced three more manufacturing units in Neemrana.
Okaya Group forays into Electric Two Wheeler Segment

The electric vehicle division of Okaya Power Group, Okaya EV has unveiled a new range of electric two-wheelers (E2Ws) amidst great anticipation and fanfare. ‘Okaya Electric 2 Wheelers’ boasts are equipped with cutting-edge latest technology. On Monday, Okaya announced together with the launch of these E2Ws, Okaya EV has also launched its experience centers in Delhi and Jaipur.

Designed exclusively for Indian road and weather conditions, ‘Okaya Electric 2 Wheelers’ are also equipped with all the required technologies to manage the increasing volatility of Indian power conditions. Okaya’s E2Ws are available in four variants, both in VRLA Lead Acid Battery and Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) Battery. Offered in a multitude of colors from white, red, blue to black, green, brown, and beige, Okaya EV has launched these E2Ws in two variants: AvionIQ series and ClassIQ series.

Okaya EV has already set up a manufacturing plant in Baddi, Himachal Pradesh with its plans of starting another plant in Haryana for the seamless supply of this state-of-the-art E2Ws. Meanwhile, Okaya EV has also announced three more manufacturing plants spread over 34 acres to be launched in Neemrana from 2023 to 2025.

Mr. Anil Gupta, Managing Director, Okaya Power Group said, “Combined with two state-of-the-art research and development centers exclusively for EVs in India and one overseas, OKAYA EV is uniquely placed to bring out E2Ws and bikes of future. Further, to ensure a seamless supply of these E2Ws, we aim to open showrooms as well as distribution and service centers all across the country. Moreover, we have immediate plans to roll out four products under this segment in this financial year and all these products would be fully made in India and add velocity to the Government’s dream of one crore electric scooters on Indian roads by 2025.”

Through E2Ws, Okaya EV has addressed three major problems which are preventing consumers from going electric. The first problem which consumers faces are the lack of the availability of good quality spares and services as most of the electric scooters sold in the country are import-based. Moreover, these vehicles are not suitable for Indian roads hence consumers have to suffer. The second problem is that a lot of startups are selling electric scooters in the country but they lack proper infrastructure, finances, and professional support to handle the supply chain. The third problem is that currently most of the electric scooters manufacturers in India come from their petrol scooter manufacturing background with hardly any expertise in the EV industry.

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Bhoomika Singh

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