Okinawa Autotech Private Ltd.,
an e-automobile manufacturer, has now launched the Ridge+, an 800-watt, BLDC
Motor (Water-Proof) e-scooter powered by Lithium-ion battery. Ridge+ is
available in two colours – Lucent Orange/ Magna Grey & Mid Night Blue. Ridge+
is available at Rs 64,998 ex-showroom pan India.
With a top speed of 55km/hr,
the e-scooter gives a mileage of 120km/charge. It features best-in-class
loading capacity of 150kg, with comfortable handling. The Ridge+ comes with front
and rear drum brakes, central locking, anti-theft alarm, keyless entry etc. In
a first, it also features E-ABS (Electronic-Assisted Braking System) with
regenerative energy and a Find My Scooter Function that allows you to remotely
locate your scooter.
During the inaugural month of
October, the company aims to roll out 500 units of Ridge+ in a few states,
followed with 1500 units of Ridge+ in November
2018. Thereon, Okinawa seeks to increase the capacity substantially.
Jeetender Sharma, MD, Okinawa
Autotech said, “After the positive response garnered by Ridge and Praise,
Ridge+ is the result of Okinawa’s sustained desire to keep offering Indian
commuters best-in-class EVs which are not only equal, but even better than
their in-class conventional fuel variants. The Ridge+ offers great convenience
by providing the detachable battery which makes the charging at ease. User can
take out the battery & carry to their home or office for charging purpose.
Equipped with a Micro-charger featuring Auto-cut that get the scooter up and
running in 2 hours flat. The high mileage offered by it is a treat for the
explorers amidst our users for whom the roads are not a means towards a destination
but an experience in themselves. Lastly, the unique design and color scheme of
the Ridge+ will definitely make it, along with its proud owner, stand out among
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