Customers are spoilt for choice in the electric two-wheeler market, as numerous startups have launched their products in the recent past. The latest entrant in this fast-growing segment is Pune based Rowwet Mobility, which has unveiled five new products including 4 electric scooters and 1 electric motorcycle.
These electric two-wheelers were launched at a special event at JW Marriot in the presence of Pune’s eminent personalities including Shanital Mutha, Vitthal Maniyar and Bharat Desarda. Also present at the event were the company’s directors Rahul Nahata, Vijay Nahata, Pratik Raj, Jitu Lodha, and Rohan Nahata.
Speaking at the event, Rahul Nahata said that Rowwet Mobility electric scooters and bike have been designed keeping in mind the needs of the young generation. The company has also focused on understanding problems faced at the street level. It has integrated special features to resolve such issues. Rowwet Mobility products are future ready, as they utilize advanced technology and are in line with upcoming market trends.
Rahul Nahata further elaborated that the company’s electric scooters and bike will be launched on January 1, 2020. All Rowwet Mobility products meet international standards and will be available in the range of Rs 51k to Rs 1.55 lakh, ex-sh. Customers can choose based on factors such as available budget, speed of the two-wheeler, range, type of battery, special features, etc.
One of the unique aspects of Rowwet Mobility portfolio is that all its scooters and bike will be offered with three battery options – Lithium, Lead-acid and a patented ‘Click’ battery. This will be beneficial for customers, as they won’t be forced to choose the pricier Lithium option. Customers looking for fast charging can choose Click battery option, which can be charged in just 12 minutes. Yes, you heard it right – 12 minutes is all it takes to charge Rowwet’s patented Click battery.
Here’s a quick overview of the 5 electric two-wheelers unveiled by Rowwet Mobility:
Zepop: This will be a great option for folks who are okay with max speed of 25 kmph. Zepop comes with a 48V, 24 Ah battery (Lithium) and is powered by a 250 W motor. Range for all three batteries is 90 km. Key features include dual suspension, trendy boot space with USB charging and mobile holder, easy button press footrest and seamless integrated tail lamp.
Rame: This comes with a 60V, 30 Ah battery (Lithium) and is powered by a 2,000W motor. Top speed is 55 kmph and max range at 45 kmph is 120 km for Lithium, 100 km for Lead-acid and 80 km for Click battery. Key features include spacious boot, retro design and snazzy tail lamp.
Eleq: Housing a 72V, 30 Ah battery (Lithium), Eleq is powered by a 2,000W motor that can deliver max speed of 65 kmph. Range for all three battery options is the same as that of Rame. Key features include stylish head lamp, disk brakes, comfortable seats and unique alloy wheels.
Vegatron: This shares its battery and motor configuration with that of Eleq. Max speed is 65 kmph and range is the same as that of Eleq. Key features include eagle-inspired dual projector lamp, bigger wheels, dual suspension and sport mode.
Trono: This electric bike comes with a 72V 40 Ah battery (Lithium) and is powered by a 3,000W motor that can deliver top speed of 100 kmph. Range at speed of 45 kmph is 100 km for all three types of batteries. Key features include telescopic suspension, projector headlamp with DRL, stylish alloy wheels, dual disc brakes, and comfortable rear seat.
Rowwet Mobility will first launch its products in Maharashtra before expanding operations across India. The company’s first showroom will come up in Pune at Koregaon Park. It will be followed by showrooms in other cities such as Kolhapur, Ahmednagar, Satara, Sangli and Aurangabad. In its first year, Rowwet Mobility has plans to sell 10,000 units.
Pratik Raj Pawar, director of Rowwet Mobility said that after Koregaon Park, the company will add 7 more franchises in Pune. By 2021, the total number of franchises is expected to increase to 200.
Talking about the company’s mission, Rahul Nahata said that Rowwet electric two-wheelers will help reduce pollution and provide a comfortable and hassle-free experience to customers. He added that the company is currently spending a lot of money on Research and Development to create even better products in the future.
Elaborating on production plans, the company’s director Jitendra Lodha said that Rowwet will soon have a production capacity of 1,000 units per month. With demand, Rowwet has plans to increase its production capacity to 10,000 units per month by 2021.