Gemopai Miso electric scooter launched for Rs 44,000
Gemopai Electric is a joint venture of Goreen E-Mobility and Opai Electric and it has launched its new electric scooter in India. The company has dubbed the scooter as the country's first social distancing scooter and it costs Rs 44,000 ex-showroom.
The company has commenced pre-bookings for the scooter on the official website. The scooter is manufactured locally except for the battery and the cells. The scooter will be up for grabs across the 60 dealerships of the company from July 2020. The scooter has a range of 75km on a full charge and 90 per cent battery charge can be obtained in just 2 hours.
The scooter is offered in two variants, one of them comes with a luggage carrier and can hold up to 120kg. There are four colour options available- Fiery Red, Deep Sky Blue, Luscious Green and Sunset Orange. The Miso has a top speed of 25kmph, that means you don't need an RTO registration. It comes with a hexa headlight for navigating in low light conditions and a LED Battery Indicator for the 48V, 1 KW detachable Li-ion battery. The company is offering an inaugural discount of Rs 2000 for all pre-bookings. You can book the scooter on the official website. A three-year free service package is also offered for all the customers.
Amit Raj Singh, Gemopai Electric Co-Founder said, "With the pandemic disrupting life and businesses in general, many practices, habits and things are evolving- including the way people move around. As we battle the crises and balance life and business continuity while staying safe, micro-mobility presents one of the safest and resilient way to navigate everyday commuting. Miso is the ultimate solution for the young adult who needs a no-hassle ride to their destination or for a daily commuter who needs to reach their office, without getting stuck in traffic. With the current ongoing safety concerns because of the pandemic, Miso's single-seat helps choose an affordable and safe ride."
Starts Rs 44,000
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