Hero Electric Is India’s #1 Electric Scooter Brand; But Ola’s Growth Is Stunning, Can It Beat Hero Electric?
Latest figures indicate that the ola Electric is inching closer to the top spot among Indian electric two-wheeler manufacturers.
Ola Electric emerged in second spot with 9,123 units registered in March.
On the other hand, Hero Electric remains the top EV manufacturer in the two-wheeler segment by registering 13,022 units last month.
Considering the increasing popularity of electric two-wheelers in the country, let’s have a quick look at the top five electric two-wheeler manufacturers during March.
With more than 10,000 units sales for the first time, Hero Electric remains the top brand in March.
To be specific, the electric vehicle maker registered 13,022 electric scooters across India in March.
The manufacturer has almost doubled the numbers as it registered 7,356 units of electric two-wheelers in February, which is a massive jump.
This way, Hero Electric grabs more than 30 percent share in the electric two-wheeler segment in the country.
This electric scooter brand is emerging as one of India’s top electric two-wheeler manufacturers.
Ola Electric continues to score big in terms of sales despite the recent fire incidents in which an S1 Pro was charred.
Interestingly, this is the only brand that has no physical showroom or dealer.
Still, Ola has registered 9,123 units in March, again the figures are more than double of 3,904 units it delivered in the previous month.
Anytime, it can beat Hero Electric in numbers as they are close in competition.
With the rise of Ola Electric, it has pushed the second largest manufacturer Okinawa Autotech to the third position.
The EV maker ended March with 8,284 units delivered to its customers.
Further hoping to end this year on a high with an aim to sell 50,000 units of Okhi-90 every year and an overall sales of 2 lakh units in the ongoing fiscal.
During March, Ampere Vehicles, which manufactures EV models like Reo, Reo Elite, Magnus EX, Magnus Pro and Zeal, dropped to number four.
The brand had delivered 6,338 units last month, which is a rise from 4,303 units sold in February this year.
Ather Energy seems to be lagging behind the other electric two-wheeler manufacturers in terms of sales by delivering 2,591 units in March.
Although, there is a decent rise in terms of sales compared to February, when the EV maker sold 2,229 units.