Greta Electric Scooters has released a teaser video of its new electric scooter. Transition to electric vehicles is the new disruption in the automotive industry. With a promise to magnify this disruption, Greta Electric Scooters, from Gujarat, is doing the rounds on social media. The brand will soon launch a new electric scooter.
Sharing in the official social media accounts of the Greta Electric Scooters and the Founder, Raj Mehta, has tweeted along with a teaser video that – “Something new in the anvil! We are really excited about this. Are you?? Follow this space for more updates”.
Greta Electric Scooter
The tweet confirms that the company is going to introduce new scooter the market. The unknown model highlighted in the video depicted the arrival of its most anticipated product. The company says that the new launch will add another feather to the brand’s already existing portfolio.
Being in the market for the past three years, Greta Electric Scooter has already introduced four models in the market.
Greta Electric Scooters offer best-in-class comfort and superior performance with mileage in the range of 100 km per charge. All four models come with DRL, EBS, reverse mode, ATA System, smart shift, Digital instrument cluster display, keyless start, disc brakes and anti-theft alarm. Greta Electric Scooters come in attractive colors, light designer consoles with extra-large storage space.
Meanwhile earlier this year, Cyborg unveiled GT 120 Electric Sports Bike in India. It is available in two color variants – Black and Dark Purple. The GT 120 comes with a 4.68 kWH Lithium-ion battery that can churn out a top speed of 125km/h with a range 180km. The bike offers features such as Geo locate/Geo fencing, battery status, USB charging, Bluetooth, Key less ignition (Remote control) and Digital cluster.
The battery is Fixed Due to its Size and Weight, weather proof and touch-safe. It provides a back-up of 4 – 5 hours with 100% charging and comes with 15 amp Fast Home Charger. The bike delivers acceleration of 0-40 km/h in 2.5 seconds. It features three riding modes – Eco, Normal and Sport – each suiting to the riding style and needs of the rider.