Electric, an Odisha based EV startup, displayed its array of electric two
wheelers at EV India Expo 2021. The company unveiled its SES Tuff (High Speed) and SES Hobby (Low
Speed) e-scooters. It also showcased its product range in low speed category-
SES Zoom, SES Bold, SES Eagle and SES Tuff.
SES TUFF (High
Speed): The brand unveiled a high speed 2-wheeler for the B2B
segment. The multi utility electric has a top speed of 60 kmph, offering a
range of 150kms,on a 150 Kilogram loading capacity. SES Tuff is powered by a
dual 60V, 30 Ah Lithium detachable battery.
SES HOBBY: The SES Hobby low speed
e-scooter clocks a top speed of 25 kmph and covers a distance of 100 km on a
single charge. SES Hobby is packed with a 60V and 30 Ah detachable battery. It
takes 4 hours for the full charge.
Currently, the brand houses six products- five
in low speed e-scooter category. It will soon be coming out with a high speed product
under Fame-II category.
Expressing on the new product unveiling,
Yogesh Kumar Lath, Founder & COO, Shema Electric, said, “EV market is new
in India, and the nation has put huge targets for itself. In order to achieve
the same, it is imperative that all the players actively participate towards
its holistic growth. We are aggressively manufacturing EV two-wheelers keeping
in mind the users’ expectations and requirements. We will continue to innovate
and advance the products, while expanding outreach on the other side. By the
end of this financial year, we will launch 2-3 new high speed products in the
market, and have 100+ dealers with us pan India.”
Shema Electric currently has 75 dealers in its
network, boasting a presence across 13 states. We aim at penetrating deeper in
the hottest markets in India-Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Kerala, Karnataka,
Gujarat in the next 6 months.
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