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BGauss is manufacturing its scooters at Chakan plant near Pune.
BGauss is manufacturing its scooters at Chakan plant near Pune.

BGauss to launch two 'Made-in-India' electric scooters later this year

  • BGauss' upcoming e-scooters will be 100% Made-in-India, it claims.

Electric vehicle manufacturer BGauss on Thursday announced that it will bring two new electric scooters to India in the fourth quarter of 2021. With the introduction of the new EVs, RR Global owned company will have a portfolio of a total of four products. Currently, it retails the B8 and A2 electric scooters that made their debut in India in October 2020.

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BGauss says that its upcoming electric scooters will come with hi-tech features and will be 100% ‘Made-in-India’ at the company's production site located in Chakan near Pune.

The upcoming scooters will be designed from the ground up and will be based on a new architecture and technology. Though the EV maker is yet to share details of specifications and technology used in the new e-scooters, it has assured that its new products will use the best of features, range, design, safety, security and power.

Speaking on the products, Hemant Kabra, Managing Director, BGauss said that the company has received a positive response for B8 since its introduction in October 2020. "This further gives us the confidence to add two new products to our existing portfolio of electric scooters to cater to the growing demands of the e-vehicle enthusiasts in the country by offering an all-encompassing solution that seamlessly blends technology with affordable, zero-emission, eco-friendly and superior riding experience," he further said.

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BGauss, like other EV makers in India, is working on the expansion of its reach in the country, with an aim to launch its flagship stores in all Tier-I and Tier-II cities. Currently, the company has 13 retail touchpoints in India, but it hopes to launch 100 showrooms in India by 2022.

  • First Published Date : 29 Jul 2021, 08:58 PM IST