Electric vehicle maker eBikeGo on Monday informed that it has received over one lakh orders for its rugged electric bike, which was launched in India two months ago. Read the details:
New Delhi: Electric vehicle maker eBikeGo on Monday informed that it has received over one lakh orders for its rugged electric bike, which was launched in India two months ago. This shows that electric vehicles are getting tremendous response in the two-wheeler segment in India. Giving information, eBikeGo has said that the total cost of all its bikes sold so far is about ₹ 1,000 crores.
While eBikeGo touts the Rugged as the ‘most powerful electric bike ever’, it is also working on expanding its presence to more cities across the country. The company has also established 22 dealerships across the country.
eBikeGo expects an increase in bookings for its bikes this festive season due to the ever-increasing petrol prices. Irfan Khan, Founder and CEO, eBikeGo said in a statement that “This is India’s most eco-friendly, intelligent and sustainable electric moto-scooter that will transform the direction of e-mobility in the country and drive innovation in the electric bike category. will push the boundaries.”
The company says it has set a target of 50,000 bookings in the coming months. For Diwali, the Rugged has also been launched in four new color options – Red, Blue, Black and Rugged Special Edition.
Rugged E-Bike Specifications
The Rugged is a Made-in-India product with a 3kW motor at its core. It can run at a maximum speed of 70 kmph. The 2 x 2 kWh battery inside the e-bike can be replaced and charged in about 3.5 hours. The company claims that the Rugged can run about 160 km on a single charge.
Additionally, the body of the e-bike is made up of a steel frame and cradle chassis. It has 30 liters of storage space while there are also 12 smart sensors on the product.
Rugged E-Bike Price
Rugged bikes start at around ₹85,000 and go up to ₹1.05 lakh. These prices are ex-showroom and before subsidy. It is available in two variants G1 and G1+.
first published:Oct. 25, 2021, 5:52 p.m.