Gemopai Electric, a joint venture between Goreen E-Mobility and Opai Electric, has launched Miso, a mini=electric scooter at Rs 44,000 (ex-showroom).
The company claims the e-scooter has a travel range of up to 75km per charge and charges up to 90 percent in two hours. The Miso comes with a 3-year free service package. Gemopai says it is offering Miso with an inaugural discount of Rs 2,000/- for all pre-bookings.
The company says Miso is locally manufactured in India, with the exception of the battery, as the cells are imported. The mini=scooter can be bought across India, through its 60 dealership stores from this month onwards.
Amit Raj Singh, co-founder, Gemopai Electric said, “With the pandemic disrupting life and businesses in general, many practices, habits and things are evolving, including the way people move around. As we battle the crises and balance life and business continuity while staying safe, micromobility presents one of the safest and resilient ways to navigate everyday commuting. Miso is the ultimate solution for the young adult who needs a no-hassle ride to their destination or for a daily commuter who needs to reach office, without getting stuck in traffic. With the current ongoing safety concerns because of the pandemic, Miso’s single seat helps choose an affordable and safe ride.”
The Miso e-scooter is available in two variants – with a luggage carrier and without – and four colour options – Fiery Red, Deep Sky Blue, Luscious Green and Sunset Orange. The luggage carrier can hold load up to 120kg. Miso does not require a license or RTO permit and has a max speed of 25kph, with a long travel suspension.
The scooter comes with a Hexa headlight for navigating in low light conditions and a LED Battery Indicator for the 48V, 1 KW detachable lithium-ion battery.