First-ever EV conversion Kit approved by RTO in India. Currently, the conversion Kit is only limited to Hero Splendor by GoGoa1.
- First Ever EV conversion Kit approved by RTO for motorcycle
- The information regarding the matter uploaded on YouTube Channel GoGoa1
- It is currently limited to Hero bestselling Splendor model from 1997 onwards
As many mainstream manufacturers in the Indian market are moving towards electrification and zero-emission vehicles, almost every month new EVs are making their way to market. Regardless of two-wheeler and four-wheeler every company Working on developing their best EV for India. The electric two-wheeler segment has also developed as it expanded with a range of new launches in the last few weeks like Ola electric scooter, Simple one, eBikeGo Rugged electric bike, and so on. We are also seeing many global and Indian companies develop conversions Kit for existing IC-powered automobiles. A conversion kit is priced at Rs 90,606 out of which Rs 50,000 for battery and Rs 5606 for a charger. GoGoa1 will be setting up centers for conversion across India.
EV conversion kits are also a very good and brilliant way to moving towards greener power sources, as this Tech allows customers to transform their traditional petrol and diesel vehicles into zero-emission electric ones. It is also a good way for customers to installing a budget-friendly conversion Kit apart from buying a new costlier electric vehicle. Such EV conversion kit has been approved by Indian RTO as well. First, ever EV conversion kit approved by RTO for motorcycle. The information has been taken and uploaded on YouTube Channel GoGoa1 regarding the matter. Upon installing the registration number remains the same, but the number plate color changes to green.
As of now, it is currently limited to Hero bestselling Splendor model year 1997 onwards. There are two levels of approval – one for components and the other for the particular model. The conversion kit contains a 2.0 KW Hub mounted motor rated at 92% efficiency which belts out steady torque of 63 Nm and peak torque of 127 Nm. The top speed is rated at 70 Kmph with two people on board and has a claimed range of 151 km in a single charge. The bike after conversion has a Kerb weight of 102 Kg lowered from 122 Kg. A regenerative braking system is also added here, which charges the battery downhill. Both the wheel fitted with drum brakes; comes with Kit.