Around 90 per cent of the overall sales were contributed by the low-speed scooters (max speed of about 25kmph) that des no require registration with the transport authorities.
The TVS iQube Electric marks the company's foray into the electric scooter segment and can achieve a top speed of 78 kmph with a range of 75 km in one full charge.
The brand will work in conjunction with the government to attract existing and potential players to invest in the state as part of their e-mobility vision.
BSES will identify strategic locations for battery swapping and charging stations while Ola Electric will manage and operate them via cloud-based software.
Bajaj Auto-backed Yulu plans to increase its fleet size to 1,00,000 electric two-wheelers by December 2020.
For its pan-India expansion, Evolet has allocated a budget of Rs 150 crore for its two-wheeler division and Rs 300 crore for the E-Bus division.
Powered by lithium-ion batteries, T6X, the electric motorcycle, can attain a top speed of 100 kmph, and runs 100 km on a single charge.
The first concept e-vehicle revealed by Avan Motors will be powered by a 72 V 22Ah lithium-Ion battery and will deliver a range of 80-200 km per charge.
The company recently teased a darkened front fascia of the two bikes named the Two and Two+ showing a similar silhouette as the Emflux one, minus the fairing and wind deflector.
Automakers operating in the two-wheeler and three-wheeler space have been up in arms about the decision that is a potential threat to their investments in the near future.
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari also said that the NITI Aayog has proposed that three-wheelers sold in the country should also be electric ones, but only after March 31, 2023.
Honda joined Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto and TVS Motor Co in opposing the Niti Aayog's proposal to completely ban two-wheelers by 2025.
The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has also advised the government to follow a well laid-out roadmap and a practical time frame for the rollout of electric vehicles (EVs) in the country.
KTM and Bajaj's upcoming platform will support 48-volt powertrain and will be shared by both the brands for various models.
Through the study, Yamaha is also planning to assess if EVs could completely replace models that are run on internal combustion engines.