Right now, HOP has three vehicles ready to go, two electric scooters and an electric motorcycle, and in the long term, the brand plans to launch at least ten new products over the next three years, has he declared.
The two new models of electric scooters with a range of up to 125 km, LEO and LYF, are priced at Rs 72,500 and Rs 65,500, respectively, and come with features such as Internet, GPS, mobile application , 72 V architecture and high performance motor for climbing. any slope with a load capacity of 180 kg, among others, the company said in a statement.
To meet the growing demand for electric vehicle solutions, HOP Electric Mobility is preparing to launch at least five electric vehicle solutions by the end of this fiscal year, the company said in the statement, adding the OXO 100 electric bicycle, which is expected to offer a range of 100 km on a single charge, will offer a top speed of 100 km per hour with an engine power of 7,200 W.
Ketan Mehta, Founder and CEO of HOP Electric Mobility, said: “As most millennials and now Gen Z individuals now prefer sustainable yet convenient modes of transportation, these new product offerings will revolutionize the space. Indian electric mobility. After months of R&D, our experts have equipped these two models with top-of-the-line features and commendable battery life. ”
“We anticipate hyper-growth in the electric mobility space and look forward to adding more products to our portfolio,” he added.
Stating that the company also plans to build charging stations out of Jaipur and then expand it further into other cities and states, she said plans are also underway to offer a power grid, which will have an integrated battery exchange stations where the customer will be able to replace their discharged battery with a fully charged battery in just 30 seconds.
Hop’s energy grid began to take shape as the testing continued. In January 2021, Hop’s pilot network with five exchange stations and 50 batteries started operating in Jaipur, he said.
HOP electric vehicles travel 70 km on a single charge with an economic cost of just under 20 paise per km, the company said.
HOP’s 40,000 square foot manufacturing unit in Jaipur is equipped to produce 50,000 vehicles per year, scalable up to 1 lakh. By 2022, the brand plans to establish a new manufacturing unit in South India, which will have the capacity to produce at least 5 lakh units per year.
Launched in three variants – HOP Leo basic, LEO and LEO Extended, the electric scooter can reach a top speed of 60 km per hour. With a 2X dual Li-ion battery, the scooter is able to cover up to 125 km of range on a single charge.
Similarly, the LYF model, also available in three variants of LYF basic, LYF and LYF Extended, offers a range of 125 km per charge with a dual 2X Li-ion battery. The e-scooter comes with a top speed of up to 50 km per hour.
Other high-end features of HOP LEO and HOP LYF include park assist, reverse up to 5 km / h, side stand sensor, three driving modes with reserve mode, LED console, brakes dual-disc, USB charging, remote control, wheel lock, the company said.
HOP Electric Mobility also allows its customers to add additional accessories such as Internet connectivity and GPS, he added.