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Okinawa discontinuous lead-acid battery based e-scooters

10 December 2020, 04:22 PM Suvil Susvirkar
Okinawa discontinuous lead-acid battery based e-scooters

- Discontinued lead-acid battery based e-scooters

- Target selling around 90,000 units by the fiscal end

- Current line-up includes five products

Okinawa has announced that it has discontinued the lead-acid battery based e-scooters. The company has stopped the manufacturing of the lead-acid variants of e-scooters and it will be focusing on the lithium-ion versions only. Okinawa has sold over 34,000 units of the lead acid-based products in the Indian market. The company targets to sell 90,000 units by the end of the fiscal year.

Speaking about the development, Jeetender Sharma- MD and Founder, Okinawa, said that the products will come equipped with lithium-ion battery packs that would offer better efficiency. Moreover, they will also be detachable to ensure convenience to the users.

The current scooter line-up from Okinawa comes equipped with a detachable lithium-ion battery pack, microprocessor controller, and a permanent magnet BLDC motor. The portfolio comprises of five models – Praise, i-Praise, Ridge Plus, Lite, and R30.

In other updates, Okinawa has now joined hands with the automotive leasing company, OTO Capital to offer online purchasing and leasing options to its customers.

Okinawa Praise

Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 81,262

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