Electric Mobility, an automotive solution providing startup, is gearing up to
launch at least 5 e-vehicle solutions by the end of this financial year. HOP
has launched two new models -- HOP Leo, priced at Rs. 72,500 onwards and HOP
LYF, priced at Rs. 65,500 onwards. The company is planning to launch an
e-vehicles boast of a high range of up to 125 km on a single charge. The72V
architecture, high performance motor ensures that the vehicle can climb any
slope with loading capacity of 180 kg for both HOP LEO and LYF. It has a boot
space of 19.5 litres and connecting features (Internet, GPS, Mobile App), etc.
40,000 square feet manufacturing unit in Jaipur, Rajasthan is equipped to produce
50,000 vehicles per year, expandable up to 1 lakh units. By the year 2022, the
brand is planning to set up a new manufacturing unit in South India, which will
have the capacity to produce a minimum of 5 lakh units per year.
New product HOP LEO
(Rs. 72,500 onwards) - The electric-scooter HOP Leo is offered in
three variants -- Leo Basic, Leo and Leo Extended. The product can gear up a
top speed up to 60 km per hour. With a dual 2X Li-ion battery, the scooter is
capable of going up to 125 km range on a single charge. The electric motor of Leo
Extended can produce mechanical power up to 2700W in a single go.
New product HOP LYF
(Rs. 65,500 onwards)- The three variants of HOP LYF consist of LYF
Basic, LYF and LYF Extended. Like HOP Leo, the LYF model offers a 125 km range
per charge with a dual 2X Li-ion battery. The e-scooter comes with a top speed
up to 50 km per hour. The electric motor of LYF Extended can produce mechanical
power up to 2000W.
premium features of HOP Leo and HOP LYF include park assist, reverse gear up to
5kmph, side stand sensor, three ride modes with reserve mode, LED console, dual
disc brakes, USB charging, remote key, anti-theft alarm and anti-theft wheel
lock. HOP Electric Mobility is also allowing its customers to add on additional
accessories such as internet and GPS connectivity. These electric two-wheelers
are absolutely cost-effective as the price starts from just Rs 65,500/-.
company is also planning to launch an e-bike, HOP OXO 100, which is slated to
offer a 100km range on a single charge. The e-bike will provide a top speed of 100
km per hour with a motor power of 7200W.
and Founder of HOP Electric Mobility Ketan Mehta, said, “Since most millennials
and now Gen Z individuals are now preferring sustainable yet convenient modes
of transportation, these new product offerings will revolutionize the Indian
e-mobility space. After months of R&D, our experts have furnished these two
models with premium features and commendable battery range.” He further added,
“We foresee hyper growth in the e-mobility space and are looking forward to
adding more products in our portfolio.”
further its vision of propelling electric mobility adoption in India, the
company is also planning to build charging stations starting from Jaipur and
then further expanding it in other cities and states. The customers will be
able to replace their discharged batteries with a fully charged battery within
30 seconds only. The HOP electric vehicles cover 70 km on a single charge with
an economical cost of just under 20 paise per km.
HOP Energy Network-
HOP Electric Mobility is also planning to come up with a Hop Energy Network. It
will have built-in battery swapping cum charging stations where the customer
will be able to replace their discharged battery with a fully charged battery
in just 30 seconds. In January 2021, Hop’s pilot network with 5 Swapping
stations and 50 Batteries started operation in Jaipur.
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