Autotech electric two-wheeler manufacturer has surpassed 100,000 domestic sales
of its high-speed and low-speed models. The sales momentum this year has
primarily been driven by the hugely popular and locally manufactured iPraise+
and Praise Pro which commanded a nearly 60-70 per cent share of the yearly
order to meet the growing demand for its scooters, the company expanded its
dealerships to over 400 catering to metro cities as well as Tier 2, Tier 3 and
rural markets in India. In November, the company launched Okinawa Galaxy - a
state-of-the-art experience centre in Uttarakhand. At Okinawa Galaxy, customers
can experience the products and the story behind its making.
futuristic tech experience centre is a lively, perceptible and interactive
space, where the customers get to experience the brand from its very inception.
It has plans to open 50 more Galaxy Stores pan India in the coming year.
has lined up a total investment of Rs 500 crore through the next three years.
In the first phase, a sum of Rs 250 crore will be invested in the first year
and gradually increased over the coming years. Okinawa is the first and only
electric two-wheeler maker to have its own assembly line for motors and
controls. With this, its localisation will be near 100 per cent barring battery
cells, which will continue to be imported. Okinawa is all set to launch its all
New High Speed Scooter next year in the
first Quarter of the year .
Sharma, MD and Founder of Okinawa Autotech, remarked of the milestone
achievement, "… We've had only one strategy from the start: raise
awareness and debunk all kinds of myths around EVs. We will continue to cater
to the requirements of the purists, while also fulfilling the aspirations of a
new base of the youth who have a very different approach with two-wheelers. We
remain committed in our endeavour to serve our consumers with exciting new
launches and curated experiences.” Okinawa has retained its position as the
second most selling E2W in India.
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