The Indian electric two-wheeler market has grown rapidly in recent times. Battery-swapping technology can play a big role in avoiding range anxiety.
The Bounce Infinity E1 is one of the least expensive (Rs. 89,999) electric scooters in India. The 1.9KWhr lithium-ion battery with an IP67 grade takes 4 to 5 hours to be fully charged.
The Taiwan-based electric scooter manufacturer company Gororo probably has the best battery-swapping network around the world. Both Versions come with a Top Speed of 87 km/h.
Recently Honda Global has revealed that they will launch two electric scooters in India by 2024. One of them will come with a fixed battery and the other will come with a swappable battery.
Recently, the company’s first electric scooter Suzuki e-Burgman is being tested in the Jonan area of Tokyo. The company is planning to launch it soon in the Indian markets as well.
A New Delhi-based electric scooter startup Baaz Bikes introduced its first electric scooter in India at 35,000/- without battery (ex-showroom price, Delhi) for gig delivery riders.
Some of them are already available in the Indian market while some of the famous automobile companies are ready to enter the Indian market.