- Greta Electric teases a new electric scooter in India
- The teaser shows the LED headlights, taillights and also control buttons
- Greta Electric hasn’t revealed the exact launch date of the scooter in India
Gujarat-based EV manufacturer Greta Electric Scooters has released a teaser video of its upcoming electric vehicle on Twitter. This will add to the company’s existing portfolio of four electric scooters. The EV maker has been in the market for three years.
The teaser shows the scooter from various angles, including the digital instrument cluster, LED headlights, taillights and also control buttons. We also get to see the front and rear styling, the Greta logo and the key section. The short video also takes a dig at petrol vehicles with the quote “Petrol Hua Purani Baat” (petrol is old news).
The entire design and the exact launch date have been kept under wraps at the moment.
Something new in the anvil! We are really excited about this. Are you?? Follow this space for more updates @RajMehtaIndia #electricpower #scooters #electricscooters #scootergang #electricmobility #scooterlife #goelectric #electricvehicles #electricvehicle #escooter #greta_ev pic.twitter.com/0D1WdIPvxz— Greta Electric Scooters (@GRETA_EV) April 11, 2022
Greta Electric scooter teased in India
The teaser from Greta Electric Scooters comes a month after the company launched the Greta Glide electric scooter. Other Greta Electric scooter models include Harper, Evespa and Harper ZX.
Greta’s Glide electric scooter, priced at Rs 80,000, comes with 3.5-inch wide tubeless tyres, a Dual Hydraulic Cell Shocker at the rear for suspension and conventional telescopic forks at the front. The scooter comes with DRLs (daytime running lamp), EBS (electronic braking system), ATA System and Smart Shift between modes. It comes with dual Hydraulic Disc Brakes both on the front and back and a USB port for charging smartphones. It comes with ‘Find My Vehicle’ support as well.The scooter ships with a lighter design and extra-large leg room for a comfortable driving position.
Notably, there have been at least five incidents of electric vehicles catching fire in India since March. The government recently asked Ola Electric to explain the incident wherein the Ola Electric S1 Pro caught fire in Pune.