Darwin Group launches three new electric scooters in India

The new products- Darwin D-5, Darwin D-7 and Darwin D-14, were introduced to the Indian market by World Amateur Boxing Champion Mary Kom at an event in New Delhi earlier this week.

(L-R) Raja Roy Choudhury, CEO, DPGC Group, Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom, Indian boxer, and Saurabh Mohan Saxena, Director & Head Automobile Business, DPGC Group at the launch of the new Darwin electric scooters.

HIGHLIGHTSThe new products- Darwin D-5, Darwin D-7 and Darwin D-14, were introduced to the Indian market.The manufacturing plant, located in Delhi-NCR, adopts eco-friendly and sustainable manufacturing practices.With a single charge, these three Darwin electric two-wheelers can go up to 70-120km with before halting to charge up.

Conglomerate Darwin Platform Group of Companies (DPGC) introduced not one, not two, but three new electric scooters for the Indian market at a starting price of Rs 68,000 and goes up to Rs 77,000 (ex-showroom, India) for the high-end electric scooter. The new products- Darwin D-5, Darwin D-7, and Darwin D-14, were introduced to the Indian market by World Amateur Boxing Champion Mary Kom at an event in New Delhi earlier this week. The manufacturing plant, located in Delhi-NCR, adopts eco-friendly and sustainable manufacturing practices, providing an integrated ecosystem for manufacturing and testing, vehicle assembly, and vehicle end of line testing.

Darwin electric scooters prices (ex-showroom, India)

Darwin D-5- Rs 68,000

Darwin D-7- Rs 73,000

Darwin D-14- Rs 77,000

Raja Roy Choudhury, CEO, DPGC Group said, “ The global automotive industry is in a transition phase and shifting towards electric mobility and in India, this transition has started to pick up the pace. Darwin EVAT aims to contribute more to this electric revolution. Our EV segment was born with the idea of “Class Leading Products” that also promotes Green Revolution an Eco-friendly Initiative.”

With a single charge, these three Darwin electric two-wheelers can go up to 70-120km before halting to charge up. (Image credit: Dipayan Dutta)

Targeted at the younger generation, the new Darwin electric scooters feature a muscular design, mileage efficiency, keyless entry, regenerative braking, speed control gear, battery swapping, large LED display, high-quality suspension, USB mobile charger port, and hazard switch among other features that make it a value for money proposition. Darwin Group says its electric scooters come with the longest working life and highest mileage efficiency. With a single charge, these three Darwin electric two-wheelers can go up to 70-120km before halting to charge up.

The company also said that it would invest nearly Rs 450 crore in the transformation of its electric scooters on par with Japanese standards with a comprehensive approach, ranging from research and development to production of green vehicles, which also includes strategic collaborations and partnerships. The Group has also got an international quality certification with Quality Austria Central Asia.

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