There is a worldwide change underway in terms of mobility. As nations pledge to join the battle against climate change and depletion of fossil fuel reserves, automotive industries, being the prominent factor behind the carbon emission, are strongly urged to adopt green technologies and set about for carbon-neutral electric vehicles.
Leading the segment in India are some of the startups that are ready for “all-electric” mobility such as,
- Ola Electric Mobility
- Yulu Bikes
- Okinawa Scooters
- Tork Motors under the hood of Tata Motors.
- Revolt Intellicorp
Ola Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd.
Ola Electric Mobility aims to develop affordable and convenient electric mobility solutions. In order to achieve their goal, OLA Electric as specified is working with vehicle and battery manufacturers, cities, driver-partners, and the mobility ecosystem to make electric mobility a reality for every citizen.
Yulu bike is a three-year-old startup based in Bengaluru. Yulu bikes started as a bike rental service. The bikes offered by Yulu are smart dockless lithium-ion powered electric vehicles geared with state-of-the-art IoT technology. The Yulu bike displays a unique design with a lightweight body and is particularly aimed for commuting in urban traffic conditions offering a maximum speed of 25 Km/h.
Okinawa Scooters originally named as Okinawa Autotech Pvt. Ltd. as backed with pride is a 100% Indian two-wheeler making company founded in 2015. Although started with fuel-powered vehicles, it took two years of extensive research and development to launch their first electric scooter in 2017.
The growing electric scooter company of India is on a mission and that is to become a no.1 Electric Two-Wheeler Company, and set a benchmark of affordable, environment-friendly technology for the generations to come.
Jeetender Sharma, Founder and MD of Okinawa said: “We are at a stage where a huge step is necessary for the conservation of the environment.” “India is in dire need of a clean fuel mobility revolution and we would like to be the torchbearer of that. Hence our focus remains to provide affordable but world-class electric vehicles with innovative technology to Indian customers,” he added.
Based out of Pune in India, Tork Motors is involved in making high-performance electric vehicles and developing charging infrastructures. The start-up is going to debut their first electric vehicle named Tork T6X, which as told by the company, is a product of 7 years of extensive research and development.
Revolt Intellicorp is a new name, but you will be surprised to learn that the startup is founded by Rahul Sharma who co-founded the popular Indian mobile company, Micromax. The company has already rolled out its two popular electric bikes, namely RV300 and RV400.