Mumbai: Shema Electric, a young make-in-India EV manufacturer in Odisha, showcased an attractive range of its electric bikes at EV India Expo 2021. The brand was lauded by many viewers after its launch of SES Tough (high speed) and SES Hobby (low speed) on the stage of famous EV Expo 2021. Attendees also praised the full range of their products available in low-speed variants – SES Zoom, SES Bold, SES Eagle and SES Tough – for their up-to-date technology and stylish design.
SES Tough (High Speed): The brand has come up with a high speed bike for BTB type. The maximum speed of this versatile electric bike will be 60 km per hour and it can reach a speed of 150 km / h with a weight of 150 kg. The SES Tuff is powered by a dual 60V30AH lithium detachable battery.
SES Hobby: The second product of this brand is 100 per cent Indian-made e-scooter SES Hobby. It has a top speed of 25 km / h and travels 100 km on a single charge. Attendees appreciated this product with its attractive style and high quality technology. The SES Hobby has a 60V and 30Ah detachable battery. It takes 4 hours to fully charge. The brand currently has 05 products in the low-speed e-scooter variant and a high-speed Fame-II variant.
Speaking on the launch of this new product, Yogesh Kumar Lath, Founder and COO of Shema Electric, said, “The EV market is new in India and the country has set very big goals in this regard. To achieve this, it is imperative that all stakeholders actively participate in the overall development. We are positively producing EV bikes keeping in mind the expectations and needs of the customers. We will continue to innovate and advance these products and expand our outreach on the other hand. By the end of this financial year, we will be launching 2-3 new high speed products in the market and we will have more than 100 distributors across India.
Shema Electric currently has 7575 distributors and the brand has a presence in 13 states. We aim to go deeper in the next 6 months in Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Kerala and Karnataka, Gujarat which are the major markets in India.