LML Electric Scooters and Motorcycles Launched in India This Year Fnow Features

LML Electric has partnered with eROCKIT, a German EV brand, to produce an E-hyperbike in India.

In September of last year, LML announced its return to the market as an electric vehicle manufacturer. The reincarnated “all-electric” avatar of India’s former Vespa scooter manufacturer is set to debut as many as three new electric two-wheelers later this year.

These three models will be revealed on September 29, 2022, and will include an electric hyperbike, electric scooter, and e-bike. On the same day, the company will unveil its new brand logo. From next year onwards, these products will be launched and delivered.

LML Electric is a manufacturer of electric two-wheelers

The launch of the electric Hyperbike and e-bike is planned for January of next year, with series production of both models starting around the same time. Hyperbike and e-bike deliveries are expected to begin in February or March 2023. The electric scooter, on the other hand, will begin rolling off the assembly line in August or September of next year.

Electric Scooters
Electric Scooters

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The premium and high-performance end of the spectrum will be served by all three models. Aside from these upcoming electric two-wheelers, LML is also working on another high-performance electric motorcycle, which is set to debut in 2024. LML claims that all of its products will include some class-leading features, and the company has already filed patent applications for some of these unique features.

Collaboration with eROCKIT

Yogesh Bhatia, CEO of LML Electric, revealed in an interview with a newspaper that the company has formed a technology partnership with German EV brand eROCKIT. SPM Engineering, its Italian partner, will handle the design aspects of these upcoming battery-powered models.

The joint venture between LML and eROCKIT will focus on producing the electric Hyperbike, which is expected to differ from its German counterpart in terms of specifications. The German-made E-Hyperbike has pedal assist and can reach speeds of up to 90 kmph, with a maximum range of 20 kilometres on a single charge.

LML Electric Scooters
LML Electric Scooters

Specifications for production

The upcoming two-wheelers, according to LML, will be heavily localised to suit Indian conditions. In fact, LML Electric intends to export its vehicles and will manufacture eROCKIT products in India and export them to international markets. While Bhatia did not reveal any details about the upcoming models, he did say that the company will address prospective customers’ range anxiety.

To begin with, there’s a good chance that LML will use battery swapping technology in its products. LML Electric had previously announced a partnership with Saera Electric Auto in January of this year, in which the latter’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Bawal, Haryana will be used to produce the brand’s upcoming electric two-wheelers.

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