LML Preparing to Launch Star Electric Scooter Planning to Open 50 Dealerships

Electric two-wheeler maker LML is gearing up to launch its first electric scooter, the Star. Earlier, the company has announced to open 50 dealerships across the country. LML had informed about the launch of this electric scooter in the second half of this year at the Auto Expo. Booking has started for this.

In these dealerships of the company, the dealer will have the ownership rights and will also be responsible for the operator of the experience center of LML. The company said, “The EV industry has grown rapidly and will definitely continue to grow in the future. The damage caused to the environment can be prevented by electric vehicles.” The company’s electric scooter sports a dual-tone theme of black and white and also gets red accents. It will come with LED Projected Headlamps and LED Daytime Running Lamps. It will also have a 360 degree camera. Its many features differentiate it from the electric scooters already in the market.

It will have a customizable screen as well as wireless charging and ambient lighting. Apart from this, features like tire pressure monitoring, reverse mode will be available. It will get storage under the seat. LML has not given information about the specifications and range of its battery. LML plans to join the big electric two-wheeler companies in the next few years. The company’s products will compete with two-wheelers from companies like Hero Electric, Ola Electric, TVS and Ather. LML has tied up with Germany’s electric two-wheeler company eROCKIT for technology and products. However, LML says that these products will be modified according to Indian conditions.

Involved in big two wheeler companies Hero MotoCorp plans to expand its Electric Vehicles (EV) range over the next 18-24 months. Last year, the company launched its first electric scooter Vida V1 in two variants. The company plans to launch electric two-wheelers in various price segments. Hero MotoCorp can launch these vehicles from the beginning of the next financial year. E-scooters and e-bikes account for about two per cent of the total two-wheeler sales in the country.



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