February 08, 2023

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eMotion Surge Electric Motorcycle to Launch in 2019

Surge Electric Motorcycle

Tamil Nadu based electric vehicle start-up company eMotion Motors planning to launch their first batch of electric vehicles in October 2019. Currently, they are testing their surge electric motorcycle for on road conditions in India. One of the two-wheeler startup companies in India, Ather Energy, already doing a decent business with its electric scooters. Now, eMotion Motors going to test its luck in the next year.

SURGE Electric Motorcycle From Emotion Motors

Electricvehicles.in talk with eMotion Motors CEO

Currently, eMotion Motors testing their electric motorcycle for Indian Road conditions as well as building their marketing strategy. Talking about FAME II subsidies, Mr. Pranav Singanapalli, the CEO of eMotion motors said that their company is not taking seriously about FAME II contributions for electric vehicles mobility, because they want to launch their electric motorcycle with the initial funding they having. But if the government can provide subsidies they will welcome them.

Surge is India’s first geared electric motorcycle introduced on June 5th, 2018. A group of young engineers from all around India gave birth to Surge electric motorcycle in Tamil Nadu. It is the first electric motorcycle in India with Over 40 New Innovative Features.

Specifications Surge Electric Motorcycle

  • Acceleration of 0-60 km in 4 seconds
  • Top speed – 120 Kmph
  • Maximum range – 200km
  • Fast Charge time: 30 minutes
  • Lithium-Ion Battery with a lifetime of 1 lakh kilometers

Advanced Features of Surge Electric Motorcycle

  1. Anti Theft safety Feature
  2. Smart Phone Integration
  3. GPS Navigation and Vehicle Tracking
  4. Cloud Connectivity for storage backup
  5. Geo-Fencing for vehicle identification
  6. Automatic SOS for emergency
  7. Over the Air Troubleshooting.

eMotion Motors Spirit

It’s great to see the spirit of an Indian EV startup company to promote their electric vehicle with its own potential. The company trusted the product rather than the government subsidies. While many electric manufacturers in India are waiting for FAME II schemes, eMotion Motors took a step beyond traditional belief by trusting their EV product.

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