Italian motor vehicle-maker Piaggio 2-wheelers plans to launch e-vehicles in India

Piaggio was now studying the market and infrastructure like charging facility which was needed for e-vehicles

Press Trust of India July 24, 2018 15:23:07 IST
Italian motor vehicle-maker Piaggio 2-wheelers plans to launch e-vehicles in India

Coimbatore: Italian motor vehicle-maker Piaggio is set to launch e-vehicles in India.

Italian motor vehiclemaker Piaggio 2wheelers plans to launch evehicles in India

Piaggio Baramati factory. Representational image.

Announcing this to newsmen here on Monday, Piaggio 2-wheelers India-business head, Ashish Yakhmi said, "We're ready with the technology for two-wheelers and four-wheelers as well, but we're waiting for regulations to introduce the vehicles in the country."

The company was now studying the market and infrastructure like charging facility which was needed for e-vehicles, he said.

The official of the company was here to inaugurate a new showroom and the launch of two-wheelers Vespa and Sporty Fun Aprilia.

He said the company planned to increase the number of dealers by 100. At present, there were 200 dealers.

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