Indian company Eeve will soon launch new electric scooter, will run 130 km in single charge

The Indian electric automobile industry is slowly picking up. Along with homegrown automobile giants like Bajaj, TVS and Hero, many start-ups are also jumping into this market and one such start-up is Eeve India. The company is already selling some of its electric scooters in the market and now a media report claims that Eeve’s new electric scooter has received approval from the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI). This means that we are going to get a new electric two-wheeler competitor in the country.

A report by the Indian automobile news website Carandbike claimed that Soul, the new electric scooter from electric automobile start-up Eeve, has received the approval of ARAI. The start-up already has some electric scooters, which are also being sold in the market. Currently, the company has six electric scooters named Xeniaa, 4U, Wind, Your, Atreo and Ahava in its portfolio.

Talking about Eeve Soul electric scooter, the report says that this electric scooter will be equipped with strong power and good driving range. The company’s co-founder and director, Harsh Vardhan Didwania, says that the company will grow rapidly in the Indian electric two-wheeler segment in the coming few years.

The company says they have received all the approvals from the Automotive Research Association of India, but the second wave of the Corona epidemic has disrupted the supply chain, delaying production. Didwaniya says that production will start well once the situation improves and it is expected that this scooter will be launched in June.

The report states that the upcoming EeVe Soul electric scooter will be able to hold a top speed of 70 kilometers per hour and its range will be 130 kilometers.

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