Another E-Scooters Catches Fire, Alarms Concern In India
In Tamil Nadu's Hosur, an Okinawa e-scooter caught fire when Satish Kumar noticed and jumped on time, saving his life. This is not the only incident, in the past India reported over a dozen of such cases, killing people. Okinawa, which was blamed even decided to recall 3215 of its scooters to fix the issue. Furthermore, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari also assured to penalize companies with fault.
Tags: E-scooter, E-scooters catching fire, Okinawa, Union Transport and Highway Minister, E-vehicle
Courtesy: The News Minute
Okinawa Launches Electric 2-Wheeler 'Dual' For Delivery Businesses
E-vehicle manufacturer Okinawa Autotech has launched a new electric two-wheeler, specifically targetting the delivery businesses. Named Dual, the customisable two-wheeler comes with a 200-kg loading capacity and can deliver gas cylinders, water cans, groceries, medicines, and other heavy and daily items. Priced at Rs 58,998, the B2B vehicle can run for 130 km on a single-charge with a 48W 55Ah detachable Li-ion battery. Dual also offers two… read-more
Tags: Electric Vehicle, B2B, Delivery, Dual, Okinawa
Courtesy: The Financial Express