On September 29, 2022, Lohia Machines Ltd (LML)will introduce the concept version of three electric two-wheelers to celebrate the brand's Golden Jubilee. LML's comeback to the market and introduction into the EV sector will be marked by this international event.
At the occasion, the firm will provide information about the next electric models, including information about their features, designs, technologies, functioning, and other aspects.
Along with revealing its new appearance, LML will also outline its plan for enhancing the urban mobility sector. The business has stated that the three two-wheeler concept cars would undergo extensive testing before being introduced to the worldwide EV market.
The date of LML's comeback is getting closer, and we are excited about it, says Dr. Yogesh Bhatia, Managing Director (MD) & Chief Executive officer (CEO) of LML Electric. On September 29, we plan to reveal the concepts for our first three electric cars. At this time, we will provide all pertinent information about the products as well as our goals for the current electrification age.
"Since LML has been so secretive about the electric two-wheelers that will be presented on September 29, there are currently no firm product specifics available. With best-in-class technology and features, our next goods are packed, and we are convinced that they will increase the already increasing trust and passion of global customers toward EVs," Bhatia continued.
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