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Ampere flags off 50,000th electric scooter from Tamil Nadu plant – News

Greaves Electric’s electric mobility company Ampere has achieved the milestone of manufacturing 50,000 electric scooters at the new plant. The company itself has given information to achieve this goal. Ampere has three electric scooters in its portfolio, which include the Magnus, Magnus EX and Reo Plus. Ampere has released its 50,000th electric scooter off the assembly line after the company’s EV megasite was built in Ranipet (Tamil Nadu). The company says that the achievement of producing 50,000 electric vehicles at this facility is a testament to the customers’ belief in Ampere and its products.

Ampere press release Through this, the company informed about the completion of production of 50,000 electric scooters at the Tamil Nadu Megasite plant. This megasite was launched sometime back. The company has further informed that Ampere is preparing to achieve India’s goal of increasing the number of electric vehicles in the country by 30% by 2030. The company says that the production of 50,000 electric scooters in the megasite is proof of their successful progress towards this big goal.

At present, Greaves Electric Mobility (GEM) manufactures electric two-wheelers under the brand name of Ampere Vehicles and three-wheeler vehicles (e-autos and e-rickshaws) under the mobility brands ELE and Teja. The company claims that they have more than 1.5 lakh customers across the country.

As we mentioned, Ampere owns three top electric scooters – Reo Plus, Magnus, and Magnus EX. Their ex-showroom price (inclusive of GST and FAME II subsidy) is Rs 61,999, Rs 65,999 and Rs 75,749 respectively. Whereas Reo Plus and Magnus have a single charge range of 65 km and 80 km respectively. At the same time, the single charge range of the Magnus Plus electric scooter is said to be 100 km.

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