E-Vehicle Show and Battery Vehicle Tech Expo showcases and launches new vehicles

E-Vehicle Show and Battery Vehicle Tech Expo is showcasing Indian and international E-Vehicles with latest technologies.

By: | Updated: March 31, 2017 3:33 PM
Around 130 Indian and international companies participated in the event Around 130 Indian and international companies participated in the event

The Personal E-Vehicle Show & Battery Vehicle Tech Expo 2017 (BVTECH Expo 2017) that was recently held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi witnessed the showcase and launch of new electric vehicles for India. At the expo, DD Auto introduced a new electric three-wheeler, the E-Moto.

Karan Gambhir and Kanishraaj Gambhir, Managing Directors of DD Auto said, “DD Auto, the electric mobility company is bringing the future forward. We are showcasing a prototype of a private passenger vehicle called E-Moto which can seat 1 driver and 2 passengers in the comfort and safety of an enclosed cabin. DD Auto is also showcasing, for the first time an environment-friendly 3-wheeler, in the L5 category named Kaptaan, having a capacity of covering 200 kms in a single charge and a maximum speed of 45kmph.”

Another electric vehicle manufacturer, Tri Electric India Pvt. Ltd, also launched their 8, 11 and 14 wheeled 'Electric Campus' vehicles. These vehicles are expected to solve bulk transport solutions for campuses, office complexes, hospitals, factories and tourist spots without having to worry about emissions. OK Play India Ltd. Also entered the Indian electric vehicle market with the introduction of six all-electric two-wheelers in the country. The company is also showcasing its range of e-rickshaws, e-carts, e-loaders and garbage collecting e-vehicles at the expo.

Around 130 Indian and international companies including Hero Electric, DD Auto, OK Play India Ltd., Kiran Udyog, Jangid Motors, Electrica, CY Gold, Tri Electric, YC Electric, Kuku Automotives, DMW Electric Vehicles & Ralson participated in the event. Not only did the expo saw personal electric vehicles, it also witnessed showcase of public transport solutions such as buses and rickshaws along with parts, components as well as accessories.

Anupreet Singh Jaggi, Managing Partner, M7 Creations and Organiser, India E-Vehicle Show & BVTECH Expo 2017 said, ''We are feeling encouraged with enthusiastic response to the eco-friendly electric vehicles and products at the Expo. This expo is also an attempt to create awareness and encourage the use of electric vehicles as a reliable, convenient and most important, zero noise and zero emission mode of transportation among the masses."