The company also unveiled its new logo and brand identity.
Matter, a technology start-up, has said it will unveil its first electric motorcycle in November 2022. The company revealed the first glimpse of the upcoming e-motorcycle in a teaser video.
The announcement was made during the first TechDay organised by the company and hosted by Mohal Lalbhai, Founder and Group CEO, Matter and Kumar Prasad Telikepalli, Founder and Group CTO, Matter
The demonstration took place at the Capital Incubation Insights Everything (CIIE.Co), IIM Ahmedabad campus.
The company also unveiled its new logo and brand identity. The new logo, the company said, embodies core values, growing strength, progress, and a desire to build a future that is both technologically and ecologically responsible. The M in the logo represents the path between the 4 arms that is - technology that mesmerises, innovation to simplify lives, impeccable design, and the shield that stands for good energy, no matter what.
Mohal Lalbhai, Founder and Group CEO, Matter “For electric vehicles to become mainstream, it is pivotal that we think new, decode the need progression, and leverage technology for product development. Our upcoming electric motorcycle is a product that is built on core technologies, developed in-house, that will usher in an era of new age mobility, connected experiences, and will shape the future for a sustainable and inventive India."
Kumar Prasad Telikepalli, Founder and Group CTO, Matter, said, “Technology and innovation are the primary drivers of the future and are altering the mobility sector. Matter has made significant technological advancements in the EV ecosystem with a strong emphasis on safety, security, reliability, and performance.”
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