The market for discussion about Ola electric scooter in India has been seeing a lot of demand for some time now. Amidst all this, bookings for the Ola electric scooter have started across the country.
Features like first-in-segment Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, integrated USB charger with side-stand engine cut-off, bank angle sensor and LED headlamps have been given in this motorcycle. This motorcycle has a good hold among the Indian customers.
At a time when the country's oil prices are skyrocketing, a group of college students in Gujarat attempted to convert a petrol-powered motorcycle to an electric one. They claim that the motorcycle can be powered by both gasoline and electricity.
Nexon vs Brezza: Subcompact SUV (SUV) cars have made rapid inroads into the Indian market in recent years. The reason for this is the great car feel and excellent safety that these cars offer at such a low price.
With a view to accelerating the adoption and manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in India, the Center recently decided to increase the subsidy on electric two-wheelers by amending the FAME II policies, reducing the burden on EV manufacturers.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. began delivering its premium touring bike, the Gold Wing Tour, in India on Tuesday. Honda Motorcycles will distribute the new Gold Wing through its premium retail outlet Honda BigWing Topline, which has locations in Gurugram, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Indore.
Subcompact SUV (SUV) cars have gained a foothold in the Indian market in recent years. The reason for this is the great car feel and excellent safety that these cars offer at such a low price. However, nearly all of the companies in this segment are now present on the market with the best products.
The Maharashtra government unveiled its new Electric Vehicle Policy (EVP) on Tuesday, with a slew of incentives and attractions for customers, with an ambitious target of 10% for all battery electric vehicle (BEV) registrations by 2025.
Mahindra & Mahindra debuted the Bolero Neo in India on Tuesday. The N4 model is priced at Rs 8.48 lakh (ex-showroom). It will be available beginning today at Mahindra dealerships across the country. The Bolero Neo is a redesigned version of the TUV300, which is no longer available.
All prospective buyers who missed the last opportunity to reserve their RV400 can now do so on the company's website. Revolt Motors, an electric vehicle manufacturer, announced on Monday that bookings for its flagship electric motorcycle, the RV400,