Founded in 2013 by IIT Alumni Tarun Mehta and Swapnil Jain, Ather Energy is a Bengaluru-based EV Startup that is already making it big in the EV 2-wheeler space and is pretty popular amongst the Youth. Backed by Hero MotoCorp, Flipkart Co-founder Sachin Bansal, Singapore-based InnoVen Capital, and Tiger Global, the Bengaluru-based EV Startup is on a mission to revolutionize the commute experience aims to sell more than 1 lakh scooters by the end of 2022. Recently, Gujarat Titans, the Ahmedabad franchise of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has roped in electric scooter manufacturer Ather Energy as principal partner for two years, ahead of its debut season in the league.
It is a Pune-based EV Startup founded by Kapil Shelke that unveiled India’s First Electrical motorcycle, Tork T6X, in September 2016. The startup even went on to win at the Isle of Man TT, which was a race specifically for E-Motorcycles. Tork Motors is ready to launch other variants of its electric motorcycle lineup very soon. The startup has already begun setting up charging infrastructure in Pune.
Founded by Saurav Kumar, Euler Motors manufactures light commercial electric vehicles for intra-city transportation. The company was set up in 2018 after Saurav had sold his share in a previous venture. Showing the true entrepreneurial spirit, Saurav left a 1 crore paying job to focus on sustainable last-mile transport by accelerating the transition from internal combustion engines to new-age electric vehicles. Their prominent products are Commercial EVs and battery Packs for their vehicles.
Established in 2011 by Pranav Singanapalli, Emote Electric is a Coimbatore-based EV Startup that designs, engineers, and develops smart electric vehicles to compete with and displace petrol counterparts. The startup aims to produce High Power Motorcycles, which are touted to be India’s fastest e-bike and that too with gears.
Revolt Motors, the startup founded by Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma, claims to have produced India’s first AI-enabled E-Bike. Democratising clean commute using next-gen mobility solutions, Revolt is currently the only one out of this set of startups that have commercialized their product, and they have already sold out in pre-orders themselves.
Founded by Narayana Subramaniyam in 2014, Ultraviolette Automotive is working with a vision to create and inspire the future of sustainable urban transportation through accelerated innovation. The Bengaluru-based electric two-wheeler startup has been developing an electric motorcycle, Ultraviolett F77 (Sports bike), which is expected to launch in India by the middle of this year.
This Mumbai-based startup was founded by Pratik Gupta and Jean-Luc Abaziou and specializes in the 3-wheel and 2-wheel sectors in India. It unveiled its new flagship product Storm R3, an all-electric personal mobility vehicle recently. The R3 is claimed to have a range of around 200km on a single charge and offers a mileage of Rs 0.40 paise per kilometre, going by the unit charge. They also claim that fully charging the vehicle will take about just three hours, the same as charging a standard mobile phone. The car might cost a ballpark figure of 4.5 lakh, but the company might give incentives for expanding its customer base, going for a budget-friendly option.
Orxa Energies is a high-performance electric vehicle and energy systems startup founded by Ranjita Ravi and Prajwal Sabnis. The EV startup has designed its electric bike, the Mantis, which as per the startup, guarantees a power-packed experience. As per the startup, the Mantis motorcycle will be one of the earliest to enter the Performance Electric Bikes. This performance-amped bike goes from zero to 100 km/h in 8 seconds. The startup also claims that it has a 200 km range. It is expected to be priced between Rs 3 lakh to Rs 4 lakh.
Founded in 2016 by Ex-Jugnoo executives Varun Mittal, Ankit Khatry, and a former Designer at TVS Motors Vinay Raj Somashekar, Emflux Motors is on a mission to empower 10 Million electric two wheeler’s in India by 2027 with its two-pronged market focus 1. Build brand and loyalty by producing a high-performance electric motorcycle 2. Create an ecosystem of partner OEMs for whom the startup will act as the technology and component supplier. The startup has developed its e-bike Emflux One which has a 200km range and accelerates from 0 to 100kmph in 3s, the fastest yet. The bike is claimed to have a top speed of 200 Kmph.