To compete with TVS and OLA, Darwin launches three electric scooters, find out the price and features

 – EV & Moto

To compete with TVS and OLA, Darwin launches three electric scooters, find out the price and features – EV & Moto

To compete with TVS and OLA, Darwin launches three electric scooters, find out the price and features

The number of electric vehicles in India is steadily increasing and Darwin Platform Group of Companies has introduced three new electric scooters. The company has launched Darwin D5, Darwin D7 and Darwin D14 electric scooters in the country this week. These three new electric scooters have been brought to the buyers of the new era and these scooters have been launched by the world amateur boxing champion MC Mary Kom. Darwin D5, D7, and D14 join the long and ever-growing list of electric two-wheelers already on sale in India.

Also read: Battery charging tension over, booking of Made in India scooters at Rs 499

What is the value of all three of Darwin’s scooters?
The Darwin D5 is priced at Rs 68,000 in India. So the price of Darwin D7 is Rs. 73,000 and Darwin D14 is priced at Rs. Is 77,000. The company claims that all these scooters can run 70-120 km on a single charge.

Darwin D5, D7 and D14 details
Darwin intends to catch up with the young crowd, as evidenced by the sharp and sharp style of the electric scooter. All three electric two-wheelers come with a number of powerful features – keyless entry, regenerative braking, LED display, USB mobile charging port, hazard switch. Darwin electric scooters pack all this into a sleek looking design that enhances their appeal.

Also read: Maruti’s new Breza SUV will be launched under this name, with brand new exteriors will get a brand new interior

How to pre-book Darwin D5, D7 and D14

All three electric scooters can be pre-booked from the company’s official website. To pre-book Darwin 5, Darwin 7 and Darwin 14, customers pay Rs. 491, Rs. 590 and Rs. 950 will have to pay. The CEO of DPGC Group, Dr. Speaking on the occasion of the launch of electric scooters, Raja Roy Chaudhary said that the global automotive industry is moving towards electric mobility. Electric vehicles are gaining momentum in India. Darwin aims to contribute to making the EVAT environmentally friendly.

.

—-*Disclaimer*—–

IThis is an unedited and autogenerated supporting article of a syndicated news feed. To provide genuine or authentic news only intended to inform and update you about Electric Vehicles, Affiliate & Blog products, investment tips updates etc. We do our best to modify or edit original content by NixaTube team members to make you better and more reliable. But if you want to read this article from the original source of the article then you can read from here.

Rate this post

Platforms

Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar Avatar

My Cart Close (×)

Your cart is empty
Browse Shop