Oben EV, a Bengaluru-based electric mobility start-up, has launched its first electric motorcycle for the Indian market. The company's first product has been named 'Oben Rorr' and it is claimed that this electric motorcycle can travel up to 200 kilometers on a single charge in optimum conditions. This revolutionary high-speed electric motorcycle will be officially introduced in India next month, with customer deliveries beginning in the second quarter of 2022.
Oben EV hasn't revealed anything about its electric bike. However, we do know that this high-speed electric motorcycle will have a top speed of 100 kmph and can sprint from 0 to 40 kmph in 3 seconds. Furthermore, the business says that it can travel up to 200 kilometers on a single charge in optimal conditions, with a charging period of 2 hours.
The new Oben Rorr electric motorcycle will be available in three models. The pricing of this electric motorcycle has not yet been released by the firm, but it is expected to be in the Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh range. Oben Rorr will be available in India by next month, with customer deliveries beginning in the second quarter of this year. Furthermore, during the next two years, the company intends to release a new product every six months.
Dinkar Agrawal, Co-Founder of Oben Electric, commented on the company's funding, saying, We have raised a total of $2.5 million through Venture capital (VC) funding, which is the highest seed round raised by an E2W startup. This allows us to innovate while keeping consumer safety and delight in mind. Our goal is to make it possible for Indian consumers to switch from Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to Electric Vehicle (EV). With our specialized products, we hope to become a global player in the coming years.
Oben Electric Co-Founder Madhumita Agrawal remarked, Oben Electric is equipped with multi-level testing, durability, safety, and connectivity to fill a white spot in the category. We have assembled a core team of professionals who specialize in all aspects of the E2W life cycle.
This has allowed us to move beyond car assembly and genuinely create a product from the ground up for the Indian consumer. We are thrilled to have reached this point in our journey and are optimistic that our initial product will be well appreciated by the Indian customer.
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