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Convert Two Wheeler Into Hybrid

Bangalore-based Green Tiger Mobility is the World’s 1st company to convert two-wheeler vehicles to run on both petrol & electric modes (Dual Powertrain). It has received ARAI & RTO approval to convert all major brands of scooters up to 125cc.

Green Tiger retrofits existing scooters (and motorcycles) to Dual Powertrain vehicles. The converted vehicles have both (existing) ICE powertrain and electric kit inside them. The rider can choose between the Electric & Petrol modes. The electric mode has a range of up to 60 km and a top speed of 60kmph. So finally now you can Convert Two Wheeler Into a Dual Powertrain.

Green Tiger Hybrid Scooters

Vehicles converted by Green Tiger are different from typical Dual Powertrain 2-wheelers as the ICE and Electric engines are independent of each other. If the vehicle breaks down in any 1 mode, the rider can easily switch to the other mode and continue the journey.


Dual Mode

The dual-mode function is very beneficial for people who ride a lot daily. Riding in electric mode with petrol as backup solves range anxiety which is a challenge with electric vehicles.

Electric Kit

The electric kit inside consists of various components as seen in the below image, of which the major components include a removable battery that can be charged at home, an IP67 Rated Hub Motor which is water & dust proof, and a VCU device that includes IoT & Sim which makes the vehicle smart and secure.


Current Plans 

The company is currently converting 7 major brands of scooters, namely Honda Activa & Dio, Hero Maestro & Pleasure, TVS Wego & Jupiter, and Suzuki Access registered on or after 2012. Motorcycle conversion is in the testing stage and will launch later this year.


The Dual Powertrain conversion is priced at ₹65,000 + tax which covers the cost of the electric kit, Battery, and the entire conversion process. The rider can save up to ₹65,000 every year on petrol costs if they run 35 km/day.


Additional Features

The converted vehicle can be tracked & managed remotely using a Mobile app, on both modes. Smart benefits include Theft-protection which locks the vehicle and triggers an alarm in case of theft and the Fall Alert which sends messages to emergency contacts in the event of accidents, among other benefits.


Green Tiger has launched its vehicle conversion in Bengaluru, and Karnataka, and will expand in the rest of India with time. Those interested in vehicle conversion can either visit GT’s experience center in JP Nagar, Bengaluru, visit their website, or simply fill in this inquiry form.


About Green Tiger Mobility

Green Tiger Mobility is a Bengaluru Based EV/Dual Powertrain Startup. It has developed all EV components in-house with 6 patents. 

GT is financially supported by ARAI, DHI (Ministry of Heavy Industries), and MeitY (Ministry of Electronics & IT). It is further supported by BITS Pilani, IIM Bangalore, and NASSCOM. 

Green Tiger’s Dual Powertrain (DPT) solution is 1st in the world to be certified by any regulator (ARAI certified under AIS123). Green Tiger Mobility is a team of 40+ people and growing.


Q.1 What is the price for the conversion of a Petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain?

Ans.  The Dual Powertrain vehicle conversion is priced at ₹65,000 + tax which covers the cost of the electric kit, Battery, and the entire conversion process. The rider can save up to ₹65,000 every year on petrol costs if they run 35 km/day.

Q.2 Can I convert my petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain myself?

Ans. Converting a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle is a complex process that requires specialized knowledge and expertise. It is recommended that you seek the assistance of a professional mechanic or conversion specialist.

Q.3 How long does it take to convert a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle?

Ans. The length of time it takes to convert a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle depends on several factors, including the make and model of the vehicle and the skill level of the mechanic. Generally, it can take several weeks to complete the conversion process.

Q.4 What are the benefits of converting a Dual Powertrain vehicle to a petrol vehicle?

Ans. The main benefit of converting a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle is improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions, which can save money on fuel costs and reduce your carbon footprint. Additionally, Dual Powertrain components may require less maintenance and repairs over time.

Q.5 What is involved in the process of converting a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle?

Ans. The process of converting a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle typically involves removing the petrol components and replacing them with Dual Powertrain components like batteries, motors, and charging equipment. This process can be complicated and may require modifications to other parts of the vehicle.

Q.6 Is it legal to convert a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle?

Ans. The legality of converting a petrol vehicle to a Dual Powertrain vehicle can vary depending on your location. It is important to research the laws and regulations in your area before attempting to convert your vehicle.

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Varnika Jain
Varnika is an aware and proud citizen of India. She is working towards nation-building and sustainability. Therefore, she has decided to enjoy the advanced business of Electric Vehicles. She is headed to get the news out of cutting-edge versatility, completely mindful that solitary EVs are inevitable in India.


  1. Dumb creatures how can you justify 65000. I mean come on you need to price it around 25 – 30 k. 65 k will get you new ebike.

  2. Don’t waste money on conversion of old bike. For such high price 65k+. Instead buy new ebike extra at the budget that fits you

  3. You people don’t really understand the advantages of hybrid than any petrol or pure electric vehicles.
    This green tiger will run you continuously non stop either with petrol or battery backup. Non other can have this great features.
    Even expensive e scooter have limitations of range per charge.
    Tiger mobility overcome this

    Sheik Abdullah

  4. For nearly abt 65k+ …add 20k more u get a ola s1 air with the range of 85 km per charge…
    Green tiger….conversion in to hybrid that to only a range of 60 km….waste of money….

  5. What do you mean by AREA? Don’t u know that Motor Vehicle Act is applicable through out the country? Please do ur homework properly before giving this type of rubbish answers.

  6. 65000 plus tax is too much cost. Because company doesn’t have to spent anything on scooter body they just have to attach some parts to run with battery. And another thing after conversion I think scooter weight will be more than an electric scooter it may be cause for low range in single charge and low load capacity also. I don’t know will they consider?

  7. Those who can afford or can convert their own dad’s scooter or willing to keep it as a sentiment is worth the price affordable NO PROBLEM
    I want my fascino to be converted to HYBRID COST PLZ

  8. The very idea of electric vehicle is waste of public money it benefits only the manufacturer,both are fooling the public and benefiting the corporate.

  9. The biggest plus will be you will never have range anxiety like with pure EVs. I liked the concept. On the flip side. I have few concerns.
    1. Will I loose bootspace?
    2. Reliability after conversion.
    3. Safety concerns regarding home charging of battery.
    4. Battery life and wear overtime.
    5. Rise in weight of the scooter.

  10. Any conversion to EV should think of kits in the range of 20K to 35K max. Then you have the value for conversion from petrol to electric…otherwise I would easily sell my existing for 20 to 25K and put additional to buy new one…with all the discounts and for another 15 yrs tension free


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