Electric two-wheeler manufacturer Okinawa Autotech launched its e-scooter, the Ridge in the Indian market. The electric scooter is priced at Rs 43,702 ex-showroom (Delhi).
The electric scooter will be manufactured at company's production facility located in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan. Okinawa's electric scooter can hit a top speed of more than 55km/h.
The Ridge e-scooter can be charged in six to eight hours in normal mode and the scooter has a range of 200km, which is ideal for the urban commute. Whereas in the fast mode, the battery can be charged in one or two hours.
Okinawa's vehicles are equipped with state-of-the-art technology that provides the best of performance and sustainability. The scooter is equipped with an anti-theft alarm, speedometer, central locking smart controller (with EABS) and Eco and Power riding modes.
According to Okinawa, the scooter will appeal to the riders from the ages of 18-60 years. The scooter is available in eye-catching colour combinations of red, green-gold, red-white and white. Alloy wheels, tubeless tyres and telescopic suspension further empower the vehicle to handle any kind of terrain.
The Ridge e-scooter has a loading capacity of 50 kg and under-the-seat storage, Ridge has also outperformed any other e-bike/scooter in its category in terms of visual effectiveness combined with utility.
Commenting on the beginning of their operations, MD Okinawa Scooters, Jeetender Sharma said, "Being an Indian company, our vision is to be a leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer by offering a solution to the daily commuting needs of the average person."
He further said, "We have prepared a detailed state-wise expansion plan and will be following up the ‘Ridge' with other scooters which have unique features such as accident detection, app-enabled vehicle maintenance, and smart controller-based road positioning."
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