Electric vehicle mobility has been on the rise and this is due to the inflation faced by Petroleum prices that are impacting the trade balance of India.
Top 7 Electric Two-Wheeler companies In India: Nov 22
Ola Electric has topped the electric game for the third time in a row by selling 16,246 of the Ola S1 range of vehicles.
2. Ampere Electric
The second spot was occupied by Ampere Electric vehicles. They recorded sales of 12,232 E2W of their Magnus EX electric scooter.
Okinawa holds the third spot by setting a sales target of 9,038 vehicles they saw a dip in the sales from October data of 14,121 units.
4. Hero Electric
The fourth position is held by Hero Electric, they witnessed a slight rise in the sales of their E2W by recording 9,008 sales in November.
TVS holds the fifth position by recording 8,076 vehicle registration. For their iQube, electric scooter.
6. Ather Energy
Ather Energy comes sixth in the sales of E2W which witnessed a decline of 12% from the October output by selling 7,234 units.
Bajaj witnessed a dip in the sales of electric scooters this month by selling 2,987 units of the Bajaj Chetak.
The following brands that held the last three positions were
Jitendra EV teach
setting a target of 1,782 units, 1,258 units, and 1,213 units respectively.