Four of the world’s biggest two- and three-wheeler manufacturers have joined hands to design a universal swappable battery system for future EVs.
Israeli urban mobility startup Moovit has more than 800 million users and services in 3,100 cities across 102 countries.
Ride-sharing e-bikes, cycles startup Yulu expands to Delhi; to be available in all stations in NCR by 2020
Yulu was launched in Bengaluru and is now available in Mumbai, Pune, Bhubaneswar besides Delhi
Hero Electric plans to raise funds for accelerated expansion of electric vehicles, says MD Naveen Munjal
Hero Electric is looking at an investment of around Rs 700 crore in the next three years to ramp up production capacity of its electric scooters
India sold more than 21 million motorbikes and scooters in the year to 31 March, making it one of the world's biggest two-wheeler markets
Rajiv Bajaj says that electric scooters or motorcycles would be an attractive space to be in.
Youths between 16 and 18 years of age may soon be allowed to ride electric scooters, move aimed at creating niche market
At present, 16-18-year-olds are legally allowed to drive electric vehicles with an engine capacity of up to 50cc, but no such vehicles are available in India.
Uber CEO thinks that it will only be a short-term hit as more users will take shorter journeys.
Be prepared for a better connected and smarter Vespa's in the coming year.