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Lohia OMA Star electric scooter launch price INR 40,850

Lohia Auto Industries has introduced OMA Star electric scooter. This e-bike, which is priced at INR 40,850 is both economical and eco-friendly. It comes with attractive styling and best in class performance.

Sporting a 250W electric motor that can be fully charged in a matter of 6 to 8 hours, OMA Star promises a range of 60 km and top speed of 25 kmph.

OMA Star electric scooter is presented in white, red, black and grey color options. It gets a digital speedometer, under seat storage facility and telescopic suspension. Coming in with high ground clearance and sitting on alloy wheels, the OMA Star is ideally suited for Indian road conditions.

Besides being attractive in looks, the new OMA Star promises high savings and low maintenance besides zero emissions. It being an electric drive offers noise free travel and addresses the environmental concerns of the country. OMA Star is produced at the company plant in Kashipur, Uttrakhand while the company has set up sales, service and spares networks across the country.

Lohia Auto Industries, established in 2008, are well versed with the manufacture of clean and green intercity vehicles and has carved a niche for itself in the electric scooter segment in the country. To date, the company has introduced five models OMA, OMA star, DX, FAME and GENIUS besides the e-Riskhaw ‘HUMRAHI’ and NARAIN. Lohia‚Äôs HAMSAFAR three wheeler is powered by diesel/CNG and caters to the demands of passenger and cargo segments in the country, while it is also makes its way to export markets


MAX. SPEED (KM/HR) 25km/hr**
Seating Capacity 2 Persons
Motor Type & Outputbldc 250 watts
Motor Input Voltage (V)48V
Battery Type Maintenance Free, VRLA
Battery Capacity 20AH
Charging Time 6-8 Hrs
Wheel Diameter 16×3 inches
Front Brake Drum (DIA)80mm
Dimensions (In MM) 1800x650x1030
Front Fork Telescopic
Speed Meter Digital Display
Registration & License Not Required
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