It’s time to feel nostalgic! LML – the old historical scooter brand that once captivated the market with their ICE scooters and bikes, is now preparing to enter the market with an electric vehicle.
LML is all set to launch its vehicle under the name LML Electric in Kanpur Uttar Pradesh. We expect LML to offer a retro style design in its first product. LML aims to fully satisfy its customers. Currently, it is working on the planning and strategy of launching its new product. At the same time, it analyzes the mood of the electricity market.
In the 80s and 90s, Lohia Machinery Limited (LML) teamed up with the Italian company Piaggio Vespa and had a number of iconic scooters in its range, including the Select, Supremo, Vespa NV3, Star and Sensation. The company has raised about Rs. 1,000 crore over the next three to five years for its EV operations. It plans to set up 1,000 dealerships across India.
Yogesh Patia, Managing Director and CEO, said, “We are very excited to be back and our upcoming products will be the latest in technology and design. We will soon be launching electric bikes and electric scooters. We are trying.
PluginIndia tag Is it time to revive some other old skeletons, inspired by the great reception that Sedak received for Java? LML is a popular 90s brand that was JV with Vespa. The peak of the Vespa was associated with Bajaj. Vespa still plays a major role in scooters today – performing well on three-wheelers. If they introduce their Electrica, they will need to do some serious weight management to get a decent range. Speaking of three-wheelers, there is already a brand called Lohia Auto, which has nothing to do with LML – but confuses customers. Coincidentally it has a model called Oma. The analogy is SPJIMR and SP Jain – two schools with the same name, but the DNA is different.
Yogesh Patia, LML Electric Advertiser – basically a consumer electronics guy. He has previously been involved in EVs – owning a delivery vehicle called the Detel EV, which is one of the cheapest EVs in India – 42,000. But they previously operated as a pure e-commerce model, not sure how that model worked. None of these vehicles have been seen on the road so far