The Ampere electric scooters are now available in Nepal. Greaves Cotton has started the first dealership in Nepal. The e-scooter company has been a popular choice in India. And in this pandemic launching the brand in Nepal is a smart move.
Due to COVID-19, people are willing to consume less fuel that harms the environment and go for something Eco friendly. Likewise, the company claims that people will direct towards using e-scooters as a personal vehicle. Covid-19 has affected people in many ways. At this time using an electric vehicle is a small step but can make a big impression in saving the environment.
Devshworup, the channel partner of Ampere Electric’s Nepal said, “We are delighted to partner with Ampere Electric for the first EV dealership in Nepal, their expertise and experience in the EV space with innovative e-scooters models will help us to pave a way for sustainable solutions.
Government’s support on New or Clean Energy Vehicles (NEV) has made this partnership possible and together we will create a win-win situation for customers as well as the environment.”
He then added, “We are strictly following the norms as prescribed by the authorities and hence will deliver the vehicle post the lockdown. However, we are accepting online bookings.”
The reports say that there will be five different models of Ampere scooters available in Nepal. However, the official launch will start with Ampere Zeal and Ampere Reo. Both the scooters will have Li-Ion batteries and said to replace NIU Scooters. Moreover, the price of e-scooters has not been out yet. But the price of Zeal is expected to be around two lakh and Reo to be over one lakh.
Here are some of the details about the e-scooters.
|Range||70 – 75 km/charge|
|Motor Power||1200 W|
|Charging Time||5-6 hours|
|Battery Capacity||60 V, 30 Ah|
|Range||55 – 60 km/charge|
|Motor Power||250 W|
|Charging Time||5 – 6 Hours|
|Battery Capacity||48 V, 24 Ah|
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