LML Scooter Relaunching in Electric Avatars Including HyperBike; To Open 100 Showrooms Across India
|LML Star e-Scooter|
Indian scooter and motorcycle manufacturer LML has just announced that it would launch a strong network of 100 dealerships across India by FY 2024-25. The company also said that its target is to expand the dealership network in a phased manner. In addition, it has been claimed that the company plans to launch an outlet for the upcoming dealership, Which can be focused on strengthening its customer value and trust.
LML Star comes with photosensitive headlamp, adjustable seat, interactive screen and 360 degree cameras in front & back. No other information is available as of yet.
Besides LML Star Electric Scooter, the company also plans to launch at least two more products in the near future. One of them will be LML Orion and the other electric hyperbike.
HyperBikes are designed mainly for very high speed riding and are heavier than superbikes with engine displacement of more than 1000cc. Hyperbike was the term coined for bikes like — the Suzuki Hayabusa and the Kawasaki ZX14.
The second model from LML will be Moonshot, which is expected to be an electric adventure motorcycle. The automaker has not yet revealed any of it.
Speaking about the company’s dealership expansion strategy, LML MD and CEO Yogesh Bhatia said in a media statement that the e-mobility revolution has received unprecedented support from the Government of India and LML country In many parts, EV is motivated to accelerate adoption. He further said, “ Our team is working extensively to include all dealers with a vision of the future to mainstream EVs in India.”
Talking about the upcoming electric scooter of LML, the company has not yet disclosed its price and other information. However, interested buyers can reserve their electric scooter by visiting the automaker’s official website. The company has claimed that the upcoming LML Star e-scooter will provide an easy travel experience. LML e, lectric scooters are claimed to come with LED lights, 360 degree cameras and haptic feedback. In addition, the company claims that the scooter will come with sporty stance, adjustable seating position, interactive digital display and Balki structure.
Formerly based in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, LML was incorporated as Lohia Machines Private Limited in 1972. The company announced insolvency in 2017 and in August 2020, the LML factory has been dismantled completely, spares, machines and scooters scrapped, toolings partly sold to SIP scooter shop of Germany.
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