People and governments in various parts of the world are increasingly committed to the concept of environmentally friendly transportation.
Most recently, India-based motorcycle manufacturer One Moto has launched the Electa. With a similar appearance to the legendary Italian scooter brand, One Moto claims the Electa has a range of 150 km in urban environments.
The Electa is powered by a 4 kW hub-mounted Bosch motor and draws power from a 72 V, 45 Ah lithium battery.
The Moto Electa is claimed to be able to cover a distance of 150 km from a single charge, with a maximum speed of 85 km / h and a speed of 0-50 km / h in 3.3 seconds.
Charging takes between 4-5 hours using domestic current and the battery is removable for remote charging.
Electa is powered by One Moto “One App”, which provides features like geo-fencing, bluetooth connectivity, maintenance scheduling and the like.
The Moto Electa has 12-inch wheels with 90/90 tires front and rear. For braking the Moto Electa has a single hydraulic disc.
The claimed weight is 115 kg and the maximum carrying capacity of the Electa is 150 kg.
First shown at the 2021 EV India Expo held over the Christmas weekend, the Electa comes in six color options with a price tag of 199,000 rupees.