Godawari Electric Motors inaugurates a new showroom in Delhi

Santosh Tyres & Wheels is a new incumbent in India’s electric vehicle market.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 27 Apr 2023 Views icon2848 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Godawari Electric Motors inaugurates a new showroom in Delhi

Godawari Electric Motors, manufacturer of the Eblu range of products, inaugurated its new showroom - Santosh Tyres & Wheels in Shahdara, New Delhi. This is the company’s second showroom in the Delhi-NCR region. The first showroom was inaugurated in Gurugram. 

Santosh Tyres & Wheels is a new incumbent in India’s electric vehicle market.

Hyder Khan, CEO, Godawari Electric Motors, said that their partnership with Santosh Tyres & Wheels enables them to reach out to a wide customer base and hasten the EV three-wheeler adoption in the region.

The showroom includes a service facility to cater to all after-sales needs of customers, and the dealership exhibits 20 years of being in business within the transportation industry, supplying vehicles such as loaders, two- wheelers and three-wheelers in the region.

The showroom will showcase the recently launched e-auto (L5M) Eblu Rozee and e-bicycle range Eblu Spin.

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