The third day of the 19th edition of the EV Expo, held at Pragati Maidan, proved to be a resounding success as it drew in a substantial crowd of attendees. The event served as a platform to showcase the latest advancements in electric vehicles (EVs) and cutting-edge EV technology while presenting lucrative business opportunities for industry professionals.
The Expo featured a range of electric vehicles, including e-bicycles, e-scooters, e-bikes, e-rickshaws, loaders, carts, and even e-bus vehicles. Attendees had the opportunity to explore and experience these vehicles firsthand, gaining insights into their performance, features, and environmental benefits. The diverse array of EVs on display catered to various needs and preferences, further highlighting the popularity and versatility of electric transportation.
In addition to the vehicles, the Expo provided a platform for exhibitors to showcase an abundance of EV accessories, parts, and services. From innovative charging solutions to state-of-the-art batteries, attendees had the chance to explore and learn about the latest products that enhance the EV experience. The presence of charging stations and related infrastructure further emphasized the importance of a robust charging network in promoting the widespread adoption of EVs.
The event also served as a hub for networking and business opportunities. Industry professionals, entrepreneurs, and investors gathered to explore potential collaborations, partnerships, and investment prospects. The Expo facilitated meaningful interactions between key stakeholders, fostering a conducive environment for the growth and development of the EV industry.
Day 3 Highlights: Top Featured Line Up, Business Opportunities and Innovations
The third day of the Expo concluded with grand fanfare as manufacturers spared no effort in showcasing extraordinary innovations to electric vehicle enthusiasts. The exhibition venue was filled with excitement as attendees eagerly delved into the latest advancements in electric vehicle technology.
Prominent manufacturers presented their state-of-the-art electric innovations and technology, with each display surpassing the previous one in impressiveness.
Business Opportunity from Terra Motors
Terra Motors, a Japanese company, introduced a lineup of Terra Chargers ranging from 3.3 KW AC to 240 KW DC Chargers. The company offers two models and provides options for both capex and Opex modes of purchase. These chargers cater to various vehicles, including 2-wheelers, 3-wheelers, 4-wheelers, and e-buses serving personal and commercial purposes. Additionally, entrepreneurs can establish their own charging facility with the company’s financial and technical assistance.
Conversion Kits for Petrol 2-wheelers
At the Event, Trump EV Parts introduced conversion kits that transform conventional petrol scooters into electric ones. This conversion involves replacing the existing engine with a Powertrain system comprising a BLDC Hub Motor (ranging from 1000W to 1200W), a Controller (available in 48/60/72V options), a Converter (with either a 10Amp or 15Amp capacity), and other essential components responsible for generating and transmitting power to facilitate smooth wheel movement.
EKO Tejas: Eco-friendly Style with Muscle and Sports E-bikes
During the Expo, EKO Tejas, a company based in Andhra Pradesh, unveiled an Indian-manufactured Muscle bike called E-DYROTH. This bike has a 72Volts 64 AH LFP battery and a 4KW BLDC motor, providing 120 to 130 km range. It can reach a top speed of 100 Km and features dual disk brakes for enhanced safety. Additionally, it incorporates a passcode-enabled lock mechanism, mobile connectivity, and an on-screen navigation display. The company offers E-DYROTH at an approximate price of Rs 1,50,000/- (Ex-showroom).
Royal Blaze EV Sports Bike
Royal EV unveiled the Royal Blaze EV Sports bike at the Expo. This made-in-India E-bike is yet to launch. The impressive EV has a 72 Volts 60AH, LFP battery, and a powerful 2KW motor. It boasts a remarkable range of 150 kilometers and features a touch display with mobile and GPS connectivity. The owner can conveniently access battery and vehicle information through the company app. Also, the bike offers a remote on-off feature for added convenience. With a top speed of 80-85 kilometers per hour, this bike will provide an exhilarating riding experience. Priced at 1.2 Lakh ex-showroom, it offers value.
CY Myutec Presents 2 E-Bikes
CY Myutec, a Korean brand with offices in Chennai, unveiled its latest offerings, the DEUX 5 and DEUX 7 bikes. The DEUX 7 model boasts impressive specifications, including a powerful 6.8KW motor, a 40V 30AH dual battery system, and a remarkable range of 110 km. With a 100 km top speed, this bike has GPS tracking, Bluetooth connectivity, and a convenient battery-swapping feature. Additionally, the DEUX 7 features a water-cooled motor for enhanced performance. Offering for Rs. 3-4 lakh on-road approximately, this bike is a compelling package for motorcycle enthusiasts.
RIVALDO Electric, located in Narela, introduced two electric scooters at the event. These scooters come in both low-speed and high-speed variants. The low-speed model is Sigma, while the high-speed model is CSII. Depending on the battery capacity, the range of these scooters varies from 72 to 100 units.
Passenger and Cargo Mobility Goes Hi-tech
SAERA KETO EV presented its upcoming line of high-speed electric 3-wheelers designed for passenger and cargo mobility. These vehicles are proudly manufactured in India, incorporating European design elements through a technology transfer from BYD Auto, the largest electric vehicle manufacturer in the world. SAERA KETO EV operates two state-of-the-art plants in Hyderabad and Bawal in Haryana. These 3-wheelers boast an exceptional wheelbase and feature 13″ tires, ensuring superior performance. The passenger variant offers a range of 142 miles per charge, while the cargo variant provides a range of 169 miles. Even better, these vehicles can be fast-charged in less than 1 hour. Equipped with an in-built GPS, they offer tracking and controlling capabilities. Furthermore, the VCU technology enables computerized diagnostics for enhanced efficiency and convenience.
Overall, the third day of the 19th edition of the EV Expo at Pragati Maidan proved to be a dynamic and engaging culmination of a grand 3-day EV event. Attendees could witness the rapid advancements in EV technology, explore a wide range of electric vehicles, and discover the vast array of products and services that support the EV ecosystem. The event undoubtedly played a significant role in promoting the adoption of electric vehicles and driving the industry forward.