Mumbai: GT-Force, an eco-friendly electric vehicle company, unveiled three electric two-wheelers, GT Drive, GT Drive Pro and Electric Motorcycle Prototype. This start-up EV manufacturer has introduced an attractive range of high quality EV products that exemplify attractive styles and great technology.
GT Drive , The GT Force, which previously introduced the GT Drive, has rebranded the high-speed type brand in that category. It has a top speed of 60 kmph and can cover a distance of 150 kms on a single charge. This product is available in lithium-iron batteries. It comes with three drive modes – Economy, Standard and Turbo. The scooter also has a cruise control system.
GT Drive Pro – This low speed type e-scooter is designed to serve short distance travel. This product is designed to cater to the needs of family, women and children. It can easily cover a distance of 75 kms on a single charge and 25 kmph is its maximum speed. This product is available in both lead acid and lithium ion battery versions.
Mukesh Taneja, co-founder and CEO of GT-Force, said that there is a common misconception that EVs cannot cater to long distance needs or provide adequate facilities. The reason for this is that they have not experienced these products till date. So we are working hard to make these products available in every corner of the country. Our team is working hard to expand the network to reach a wider customer base.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajesh Saitya, Co-Founder and COO, GT-Force, said, “India is slowly moving from ECE to EV. We are fulfilling our role by providing quality and affordable products to our customers. Our goal is to meet broad national ambitions and to do so, it is imperative to introduce EV technology to all consumers. We are expanding our product range step by step and tackling the challenges of one-on-one customer travel. Our low speed vehicles can easily cater to the daily travel needs of children, women and families. Once eveys become available, people will start choosing them. But once the technology is introduced and they feel comfortable, they will be able to make the decision to change the EV from ECE with the right information.
The brand has also unveiled its first electric motorcycle prototype for an audience at the Expo. It is expected to be launched in the second half of 2022.
GT-Force has already expanded its network of distributors to 80 cities across the country and more than 100 distributors. It currently has special presence in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan. It aims to have at least 150 distributors by the end of the current financial year. There are currently 7 products available in the market for the brand’s latest product.