The EV startup Komaki has come up with a new electric scooter, Komaki LY Pro, an electric vehicle with removable dual batteries which can be charged within five hours.
Komaki LY Pro’s special feature
The Komaki has launched its e-scooter Komaki LY Pro yesterday at an ex-showroom price of ₹ 1,37,500 in India and is now available in the market. The firm declared that the dual batteries of 62V32AH are its unique feature. The batteries can be removed and recharged from 0 to 100 percent in 4 hours 55 minutes simultaneously.
Amenities of the Komaki LY Pro
The e-scooter has various amenities available on its TFT screen display, which include onboard navigation, a music system, Bluetooth, and calling capabilities. Komaki LY Pro’s brand-new scootering experience provides three gear settings: Eco Mode, Sports Mode, and Turbo Mode.
In addition, the Pro electric vehicle has a peak speed of 58 to 62 kilometres per hour. The cutting-edge anti-skid technology is incorporated in the e-bike to prevent skidding of vehicles on hills. Moreover, the scooters have 12-inch tubeless tyres. The purpose of this type of tyres is to ensure enhanced safety.
Led front winkers, 3000 Watt hub motors, 38 AMP controllers, parking aid/cruise control, and reverse assist are the further features of the new generation EVs.
“The new age electric vehicles of Komaki are the perfect choice for an effortless economic ride for commuters who prefer smoother, premium commute experiences with rugged and stylish expressions,” said the Director of Komaki Electric Division, Gunjan Malhotra.
He also added, “We have emerged as one of the leading players in the green and clean mobility domain by building repute and customer trust through the manufacturing of EVs which are of high quality, high performance, safe, rigid design, low maintenance, and long life.”
Malhotra said in a statement, “The addition of Komaki LY Pro in our range of electric vehicles will further catapult the country’s pursuit to achieve the sustainable development goals by replacing the internal combustion engine (ICE) powered vehicles,” during the press release.
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