vehicle company GT-Force exhibited three electric two-wheelers – GT Drive, GT
Drive Pro, and an electric motorcycle prototype at the EV India Expo 2021 held
at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida.
GT Drive e-scooter unveiled by GT-Force in the high-speed category is an
addition in the GT Drive line up by the
brand. It clocks a top speed of 60 kmph, and has a range of 150kms on a single
charge. The product is available in lithium-ion batteries . It comes with three
drive modes- economy , standard and turbo. The scooter also comes with cruise
GT Drive Pro e-scooter in the slow speed
category is aimed at serving the short- distance travel needs . Understanding
the needs of family, women and children, the product has been designed to sync
with all. It easily covers a distance of 75kms on a single charge, and offers a
top speed of 25 kmph. The product is available with lead acid and Lithium-ion
the brand has also unveiled the prototype of its first electric motorcycle to
the audience at the expo. The motorbike is expected to be launched in the
market in the second half of the calendar year 2022.
Taneja, CO-Founder & CEO, GT-Force affirmed that “ People are having the
misconception that EVs might not be able to meet long distance travel
requirements, or maybe they are inconvenient. All this is just because they
have not really tried the products yet. Therefore, we are working hard towards
making the product available in every nook and corner of the country. The team
has put in all the efforts towards widening the network of distributors to
connect with a larger audience.”
Rajesh Saitya- CO-Founder & COO, GT-Force
said, “India is gradually moving towards EV from ICE. We are playing our role
by offering quality products that are also affordable to the users. The idea is
to join the larger national ambition, and to do that it is imperative that the
end- user gets familiar with the EV technology. We are expanding our product
line in a way that it addresses the travel challenges of people one by one. Our
slow speed products can easily cater to short distance daily travel of
children, women and families. Once the EVs become accessible, people will start
opting for them. It is only after getting familiar and comfortable with the
technology that they will be able to make the informed decision of ICE to EV
GT-Force has already expanded its distributor
network to 80 cities across the country with 100+ dealerships. Currently, it
holds a strong presence in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar
Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan. It aims at expanding its network to 150+
distributors at least by the end of the current financial year. The brand
already has seven products available in the market for end users.
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