EMotorad Targets Global Market, Launches E-bikes In Japan & Nepal

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EMotorad, a domestic luxury electric bike manufacturer established in 2020, has broadened its international footprint by launching e-bikes in Japan and Nepal. 

The firm is thrilled to display its broad range of EV products on a worldwide scale after launching its products among Indian and UAE consumers, EMotorad said in a statement.

“We have launched our e-bikes in Japan and Nepal,” said Rajib Gangopadhya, founder of EMotorad.

T-Rex and EMX bike models have been presented in Nepal, while Glyder Xplorer and Dolphine models are released in Japan.

Presently, the company manufactures eight bike types, namely-  T-Rex, Doodle, Glyder, Xplorer, Dolphine, Ener-G, and Trible, at its Pune factory, which has a capacity to manufacture over 90,000 bikes annually.

However, the corporation sells only Doodle, Ener-G, Trible and T-Rex bike models in the UAE.

EMotorad stated that it has major objectives for driving e-mobility in Japan and Nepal, adding that the firm is also seeking to offer Doodle in Nepal and EMX in Japan in the future.

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The firm considers Japan as a challenging market to enter but added that it is a good place for the company to display its product line.

Kunal Gupta, co-founder and CEO of EMotorad, stated that the bikes released in Japan were specifically designed with the Far-East Asian country’s demography and client requirements in mind.

“The Japanese market is advanced and futuristic, and it never bargains on quality. Furthermore, all of the models are shorter versions, taking into account the physical features and preferences of Japanese people” said Gupta assuring that all of our quality attributes are up to standard and correspond to the Japanese market.

EMotorad has expanded its network to 65 locations consisting of 170 offline vendors across the country and affirms to deal out over 16,000 e-bikes.

To date, the company has exported 6,300 bikes to the UAE, Japan, and Nepal.

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