eBikeGo, the largest electric two-wheeler mobility platform in India, has bought the rights to make Torrot’s “Muvi” electric vehicles in India. This means that eBikeGo can make these vehicles. Continue reading to learn more about the eBikeGo Muvi electric scooter.
This electric vehicle will be manufactured by eBikeGo and sold in India and around the world. eBikeGo intends to capture 5% of the two-wheeler electric vehicle manufacturing market, according to the company.
eBikeGo Torrot Muvi electric scooter
Now, let’s talk about the Muvi, which is an IoT and AI-enabled electric vehicle with smart features that can be easily connected, operated, and monitored via a smartphone. It has battery swapping capabilities, making it simple for users to swap their batteries at swap stations.
The electric vehicle is light, weighing only 83 kilograms, and capable of a range of up to 100 kilometers in Eco mode, with a top speed of 60 kilometers per hour. The Muvi is widely accepted by 14 well-known e-commerce and shared mobility enterprises, and it provides all of the benefits of an electric vehicle.
“We are extremely pleased to have received the license to manufacture Muvi, one of the leading electric vehicles in India from the renowned international automotive company Torrot. Muvi, being a technologically advanced vehicle and already operating in 12 countries. It does not require any homologation to supply. These markets are paving the road for eBikeGo’s global footprint,” said Dr. Irfan Khan, the company’s founder, and CEO.
Every year, roughly 25 million two-wheelers are sold in India, with electric vehicles accounting for only 0.3 percent, he said. This proportion has been under intense scrutiny for the past six years.
“This will immensely assist us in broadening our horizons and better positioning ourselves as the country’s front-runner in e-mobility adoption,” he adds. Torrot has spent a significant amount of money on research and development since 2015 and has developed and sold 30,000 units across Europe.
eBikeGo has completed its first acquisition for $2 million in tech company Kustard Technologies, with the goal of developing fleet management systems to provide updated technology to delivery companies like Amazon, Flipkart, and Big Basket.
It had announced the launch of its ‘Rugged’ electric scooter in August. The scooter was designed and manufactured entirely in India, making it eligible for FAME II subsidies. The International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) has also evaluated and certified it.