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Hero Electric partners with NIDEC Japan to make electric scooters

16 November 2022, 05:57 PM Suvil Susvirkar
Hero Electric partners with NIDEC Japan to make electric scooters

- Hero Electric’s city speed range to use NIDEC Japan’s engine

- First products to be rolled out in February 2023

- More products to use NIDEC Japan’s electric motor

Hero Electric has announced that it has partnered with NIDEC Japan. The Indian electric two-wheeler maker will use NIDEC’s electric motors on its city speed range of electric scooters. These new products, which would use the Japanese brand’s electric motor, are expected to roll out in February 2023.

The two brands entered into a partnership over two years ago and began co-developing electric vehicles for its entire range, starting with its city speed range. Speaking about this partnership, Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric, said that the partnership with NIDEC Japan was forged to help alleviate the company’s growing supply chain issues. This partnership will help Hero Electric to develop Power Train Components across the Indian brand’s product range progressively.

In more updates, Hero Electric has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Rajasthan Government to set up its mega electric vehicle manufacturing hub with an annual production capacity of two million units. The company aims to achieve the 1,500 touchpoints target over the next few years to make electric two-wheelers accessible.

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