New Electric 2-Wheelers in India- Exciting launches in 2024

Electric 2-Wheelers: An Introduction

India, known for its bustling streets and diverse landscapes, has long been a hub for 2-wheeler transportation. However, as the world moves towards sustainable alternatives, India is gearing up for a monumental shift in its transportation landscape with the anticipated launch of electric 2-wheelers in 2024. Let’s look at some of the electric 2-wheelers expected to be available in 2024.

Gogoro Crossover

Ola Motorcycles

Vespa Elettrica

Ultraviolette F99

Svitch CSR 762

LML Star

Evoke Urban Classic

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Gogoro Crossover Electric 2-Wheeler

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Expected Launch Date: Q2 2024

Gogoro CrossOver is a made-in-India (manufactured in Maharashtra) electric scooter from Gogoro, a Taiwan-based electric two-wheeler manufacturer and battery-swapping infrastructure company. The CrossOver  comes with a 2.5 kW direct drive electric motor and can reach above the speeds of 60 kmph. The scooter claims a range of 111 km.

Battery: 2.5 kWh

Charging: NA- Battery Swapping

Learn more about Gogoro Crossover here.

 

Ola Motorcycles

electric 2-wheelers ola adventure

Expected Launch Date: November 2024

Ola motorcycles were teased ahead on the Indian Independence Day on 14th August 2023. There are multiple models which are planned to be launched in 2024- Ola Adventure, Cruiser, Roadster, and Diamondhead.

Battery: TBA

Charging: TBA

Learn more about Ola Motorcycles here.

 

Vespa Elettrica Electric 2-Wheeler

electric 2-wheelers vespa elettric

Expected Launch Date: June 2024

Vespa had showcased Elettrica at the Auto Expo 2020 and is now gearing up to launch the product in the Indian market. This electric 2-wheeler from the Piaggio group comes in three models, their top speeds are restricted to 25 kmph, 45 kmph and 70 kmph.

Battery: 4.3 kWh

Charging: TBA

Learn more about Vespa Elettrica here.

 

Ultraviolette F99

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Expected Launch Date: Early 2025

Ultraviolette F99 is the second electric Motorcycle being launched in the Indian Market after F77. Ultraviolette F99 comes packed with a 90 kW (120 hp) engine to hit a top speed of 265 kmph and an impressive 0 – 1oo kmph in 3 seconds.

Battery: 4.3 kWh

Charging: TBA

Learn more about Ultraviolette F99 here.

 

Svitch CSR 762

electric 2-wheelers svitch csr 762

Expected Launch Date: March 2024

The Svitch CSR 762 will be powered by a 3 kW PMS Electric Motor with rated top-speed of 110 kmph and a claimed range of 160 km.

Battery: 3.6 kWh

Charging: TBA

Learn more about Svitch CSR 762 here.

 

LML Star

electric 2-wheelers lml star

Expected Launch Date: March 2024

LML (Lohia Machinery Limited) is bringing back the erstwhile Star in an electric avatar. LML Star will compete with Vida V1 Pro, Bajaj Chetak, Ather 450X.

Battery: 4 kWh

Charging: TBA

Learn more about LML Star here.

 

Evoke Urban Classic

electric 2-wheelers evoke urban classic

Expected Launch Date: Q2 2024

Chinese automaker Evoke Motorcycles is gearing up to launch its Urban Classic electric motorcycle in India. Urban Classic comes with a claimed range of 250 km and a top speed of 140 kmph.

Battery: 7.6 kWh

AC Charging: TBA

Learn more about Evoke Urban Classic here.

 

Conclusion

As India gears up for the launch of electric two-wheelers in 2024, the stage is set for a transformative shift in the country’s transportation landscape. With major players investing in innovation and infrastructure, electric mobility is poised to become the new norm, offering a sustainable and efficient alternative to traditional petrol-powered vehicles.

From reducing carbon emissions to creating economic opportunities, the benefits of electrifying India’s two-wheeler market are vast and far-reaching. However, addressing challenges such as charging infrastructure and battery affordability will be crucial in realising the full potential of electric mobility in India.

As consumers eagerly await the arrival of electric two-wheelers, one thing is clear – the future of transportation in India is electric, and the journey towards a cleaner, greener future has only just begun.

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