GoGreen BOV has launched four new electric scooters in Indian market. The manufacturer claims a range of 120 km for its Kavach scooter, which is the highest for any electric scooter on sale. The new ranges of electric bikes consist of Kohra, Kimaya, Kavach and Sunnoti

The Kohra electric scooter has been specifically designed keeping in mind the needs of school going children. It has been priced at INR 38,000 and has a claimed range of 60 km.

The Kimaya is targeted at the consumers who are looking at a two-wheeler for short distance commute and has a range of 60 km. It has weight carrying capacity of 160 kg and has been priced at INR 47,000.

The Kavach is an electric scooter that has been designed for long distance commuting and has a range of 120 km. The Kavach also is the only electric scooter in the country to boast a range of 120 km and will retail for INR 53,000.

Sunnoti has been been developed for the delivery segment. It is a multipurpose electric vehicle that can be converted to carry loads or a family of two. The Sunnoti electric scooter is offered in two variants, the one with 60 km range at INR 44,000 and the 100 km range variant priced at INR 59,500.

The CEO of GoGreen BOV said the following,

"When we started 4 years back, there used to be virtually no market for electric bikes in India. A lot of players in the industry could not sustain themselves mainly because their product was not made for Indian conditions and mindset. We were able to gain a foothold in the market by designing India's first e-bike with a range of 120 Km per charge. Since inception we have sold over about 14000 vehicles."

The four new scooters launched will be available in shades of orange, red, green, purple and grey. Currently GoGreen BOV has presence in four states across India and plans to expand to other states and city in the near future.

Battery For Electric Vehicles

The company sources the battery for its vehicles from South Korea and both the firms have planned to setup a manufacturing plant on the outskirts of Bangalore. For this purpose they are planning to invest INR 59 crore, which GoGreen BOV claims is the highest investment for any electric vehicle in India.