The Komaki Venice electric scooter will be available in a variety of colour schemes.
The 72v40ah battery pack, ample seating space, and an extra storage box are all included in this high-speed electric scooter.
Komaki Electric Vehicles, an electric vehicle manufacturer, unveiled its new high-speed electric scooter Venice on Wednesday. The electric scooter will be the company’s fifth high-speed model in the country, and it will come in nine colour schemes. The vehicle, which adheres to the company’s eco-friendly theme, will soon hit Indian roads.
Komaki Venice, with its trendy aesthetic features and a look that is a mix of iconic and ultra-modern styling, will appeal to people of all ages. The electric scooter is equipped with a 72v40ah battery pack, ample seating space, and an additional storage box to ensure that storage is not an issue when travelling long distances.
A repair switch, regenerative braking system, reverse switch, and Bluetooth connectivity are among the features of the high-speed Komaki electric scooter.
According to Komaki, the vehicle was designed with the need to commute in mind as well as the desire to enjoy driving.
Aside from Venice, Komaki has also unveiled Ranger, its much-anticipated electric cruiser motorcycle. A four-kilowatt battery pack and a 5,000-watt motor power the country’s first electric cruiser bike. The EV is said to have a range of around 250 kilometres on a single charge. As a result, the Komaki Ranger is India’s longest-range electric two-wheeler. The EV company also claims that this cruiser bike will be capable of handling a variety of terrains and weather conditions.
With the introduction of both of these models – the Komaki Ranger and the Komaki Venice – the EV manufacturer will have a total of five high-speed registration models in its portfolio, as well as a total of sixteen models available to customers in the country.
“Both the Komaki Ranger and the Komaki Venice offer excellent mileage, modern technology, and are environmentally friendly, which is exactly what our Indian roads require,” said Gunjan Malhotra, the company’s Director.