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The company that bought the Harley-Davidson factory in India plans to launch an electric scooter

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This time, electric rickshaw manufacturer Saera Electric will enter the electric motorcycle market in India. They plan to bring it to market next fiscal year. Notably, in this country, the company has taken ownership of the US luxury motorcycle manufacturer his Harley-Davidson factory in Haryana, Bawal. There they manufacture electric rickshaws.

For reference, the frame and chassis for Saira’s two-wheeled electric vehicle was manufactured last September at its state-of-the-art facility in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan. production base Inauguration. Saera Group said 2.5 billion rupees will be invested in its manufacturing unit in stages.While the company also said it would start producing batteries for electric vehicles locally. But before that, they want to verify the Indian government’s new safety regulations in related areas. This will be implemented by the end of this year.

“We are waiting for better battery safety regulations,” said Nitin Kapur, managing director of the company. We want to comply with the latest rules. “Then we will launch our first electric two-wheeler four months from the next day,” he added.

The company hopes the new electric two-wheeler will help it increase its profit from Tk 550 to Tk 600 kroner in the next financial year. This year’s goal is to earn his 30 billion yen. 14.7 billion in the previous fiscal year. Saera Electric currently manufactures battery-powered rickshaws under the Mayuri brand. In the future, we also have plans to sell electric four-wheeled vehicles for commercial use.

Meanwhile, Saera Electric will soon start producing electric scooters for the LML, which is making a comeback after a long hiatus. Currently, the company’s factory in Bawal has an annual production capacity of Rs 20,000 for two-wheelers and his Rs 30,000 for three-wheelers.







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