Kinetic Green launches 125km-range Zing e-scooter at Rs 85,000

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 07 Sep 2022

Kinetic Green Energy and Power Solutions, which has a strong presence in electric three-wheelers,  today expanded its electric two-wheeler range with the new Zing High Speed Scooter. The eco-friendly scooter is priced at Rs 85,000, ex-showroom including FAME subsidy.

The Zing HSS, which is targeted at young riders and comes with features like multi-speed mode and part failure indicator, is equipped with a 3.4 KwH advanced lithium-ion battery that provides a range of 125km per charge. Other highlights include a three-step adjustable suspension and regenerative braking system. The Zing HSS, as per Kinetic, has a top speed of 60kmph and has been well tested ahead of its market launch.

Sulajja Firodia Motwani, founder and CEO, Kinetic Green said, “The launch of Zing is a testament to our commitment of offering world-class EV technology. The company has aggressive plans to expand the portfolio with multiple offerings in high-speed scooters and our revolutionary e-Luna is on the way for FY2023. Kinetic Green is committed to deliver a lot of excitement in the electric two-wheeler space in the coming years.”

Kinetic Green had entered the e-two-wheeler market in 2021 with two models and has thus far sold over 30,000 units. The Zing HSS will be sold from 300 exclusive Kinetic Green dealers in India.

Kinetic Green, a Firodia Group company, produces a wide range of battery-operated vehicles such as electric scooters, electric three-wheelers (cargo and passenger) and electric golf-carts and buggies in partnership with Tonino Lamborghini of Italy.  It has till now designed, manufactured and cumulatively sold over 50,000 EVs and grossed sales of over Rs 500 crore. 

Kinetic Green was the first in India to develop an ARAI approved electric three-wheeler and also the first to offer lithium-ion battery technology on a three-wheeler in the country.

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