Greta Electric Scooters, a Gujrat-based company, has made its debut in India's fast-growing EV market with the launch of four new electric scooters in India. To be called the Harper, eVespa, Glide, and the Harper ZX, these new electric scooters will offer a powerful motor and a practical package to the buyers. The price of these scooters start from INR 60,000 and goes up to INR 92,000. Here are all the details that you should know about these new electric scooters in India. But before we begin, do not forget to join our 91Wheels Telegram and 91Wheels Whatsapp groups to be a part of interesting automotive discussions.
For starters, these scooters will use a 48-volt or a 60-volt lithium-ion battery pack that will help them with a total range of 70km - 100 km per charge. The brand will be offering four different battery options:
On the features front, the brand is offering these new products with LED DRLs, EBS, reverse mode, ATA system, smart shift, digital instrument console, keyless start in addition to other features like anti-theft alarm. While the Greta Harper, eVespa, and the Harper ZX models will get disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear, the Greta Glide will feature dual-disc setup with hydraulic brakes. In the coming months, the brand will now be focusing on expanding its domestic dealer network across major cities in India.
The four new electric scooters from the brand not only offer an attractive design but in addition to this, are also available in twenty two colour options. The scooters also get designer consoles in addition to extra-large storage spaces. A long features list, supreme practicality, and attractive designs will help these scooters attract a number of buyers who are now looking to switch from conventional ICE scooters and bikes to new and attractive electric two-wheelers.
Speaking about the launch, Mr Raj Mehta, founder and MD, Raj Electromotives and Greta electric scooters said - We are very excited with the enthusiasm of acceptance that Greta electric scooters have found in the market. We have not only seen interest from the domestic market but also the international market. After approval from the Road Transport Ministry of Nepal, we have opened two showrooms there. Currently, the Greta electric scooters line-up is under advanced trials in Europe and we hope to get legal clearance soon. Once that happens, we should soon have Greta running on European roads as well.
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