Local Technology company has brought electric kits for locally assembled motorbikes 70cc and 125cc which will be cost effective and easy to use.
Recently the federal cabinet gave approval of the policy related to electric vehicle in Pakistan. The policy is aimed at convert at least 30% vehicles to electricity in a cause to make Pakistan as an environment friendly country.
Cofounder Jolta Electric Raheel Iqbal said while talking to media that “It is a ready made solution designed for the local two wheelers and can be used in second hand as well as new bikes”
He pointed out that the company had been working on the product for the past three years and now it became the first technology company in Pakistan that produced locally designed ebikes, which would run on electrical energy. These bikes will not have parts like lever, oil chain and gear.
Company informed about AUJ Technologies, which produces all parts of ebikes locally including battery systems and chargers. However, the components for manufacturing the engine are currently being imported.
At the same time they producing electric cycles and aims to introduce kits for rickshaws and cars as well.
The company management welcome the recently announced electric vehicle policy and said they have target to gain a huge share in the electric vehicle market by 2030. According to estimates, there are 20 million motorbikes running on roads in Pakistan, of which the share of 70cc segment is around 80% and that is our target market.
The official claims that monthly expense of a bike owner will be less then Rs1,000 however, the speed will matter in keeping the cost down. The battery charging will take around seven hours.
The price of an electric kit is Rs55,000 for 70cc and Rs85,000 for 125cc bikes.