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Indian Market Hit by Three Enigma Electric Scooters

The Taiwanese electric auto manufacturer, Enigma Auto launched its latest three electric scooters Intense, Muscular and Creasent in New Delhi. In New Delhi showroom, the scooters are priced between Rs.28500 and Rs.31900(both are on the road price).

Enigma Electric

Petrol prices are jetting up. How long petrol vehicles are affordable? And how long petrol will be burned?

"With rising fuel prices, the demand for electric mobility solutions is rising day by day. We are expecting to sell 20,000 units of these three two-wheeler models in the first year," said Enigma Auto Chief Executive Officer, Arun Kumar Upadhyay.

Enigma Electric

At present, 50% of the components are being imported from Taiwan. And the manufacturing procedures are done in a local factory in Delhi. The company builds 100 units per day and will increase it by 500 units with the establishment of a new plant by investing Rs.30 crore at Bhiwadi in Rajasthan.

"We are setting up a new plant at Bhiwadi in Rajasthan at an investment of Rs 30 crore. The plant will have an installed capacity to roll out 500 units every day," added Upadhyay.

In further future, the company is also planning to get branded by launching electric vehicles in three and four wheeler segment in the market.

The three new variants named Intense, Muscular and Creasent take 6-8 hours to get fully charged. The company assures a maximum speed of 25km/h, which is so pathetic since even bicycles do a better velocity. A fully charged scooter can move upto 50 kms. As it's an electric machine, no formalities such as licence, helmet and registration are required. The scooters are available in four colours - red, white, brown and black.

Last updated on 21-06-2012. Published on 21-06-2012. Written by .
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