Depicting its prowess in the clean mobility sector, leading electric vehicle manufacturer Saera Electric Auto Pvt Ltd (SEAPL) showcased three categories of advanced EVs at the Telangana EV Expo 2023 on 8- 9-10 February. The indigenous new age range of EVs exhibited by Saera at the expo included the upcoming L5 category of vehicle – both for passengers and cargo, its latest electric Golf Cart, and the L3 category of vehicles.
“All EVs showcased by Saera at the Telangana EV expo are designed with user-friendly features like comfortable seating, stylish and spacious drivers’ cabin, and reliable and robust structure. The response we have received at the Telangana Auto Expo this year is an encouragement for us which will further accelerate our growth in terms of production as well as market penetration by adding more advanced EVs in our product line,” noted the Managing Director of Saera Electric Auto Private Limited Nitin Kapoor.
Saera is showcasing their upcoming models in the L5 category, both for passengers and cargo, have a higher capacity of the battery pack and can reach the top speed of 45 km per hour with high power. The vehicles are designed to ensure laid-back comfort for passengers with cushioned seats and more headroom space. The electric cargo vehicles have suitable space for carrying loads of large and small-scale businesses.
Saera’s electric Golf Cart comes in a monocoque frame, along with bucket seats for maximum comfort, a maintenance-free AC diving system, and cabin lights. The cabin is designed with a luxurious and spacious interior, and the overall construction of the vehicle is undeniably solid and substantial. The LED headlamps and tail lamps with inbuilt indicators and DRL, which is a one-in-market feature, assist in distinguishing this new Electric Golf Cart in the Indian market.
The Telangana EV expo is an annual eco-friendly Electric Vehicle technology expo supported by the state government, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna (PMKVY), Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), and ICAT (International Centre for Automotive Technology). This year, the expo hosted 40 stalls, in which leading players in the industry from across the country showcased pollution-free 2,3 and 4-wheeled e-vehicles including e-Rickshaws, e-Carts, e-bikes, e-scooters, e-bicycles, e-Loaders.