Greta Electric Scooter today announced the setting up of a new manufacturing unit at Faridabad. The move is aimed at expanding its footprint in the North Indian market and in response to the growing demand for electric vehicles.
The proximity of the National Capital Region (NCR) and access to the Northern Belt has made Faridabad a preferred destination. The move will help reduce both the cost and time to bring products to the region’s markets The new facility has the capacity to produce 30,000 units annually. It will make all models of Greta electric scooters. With the new facility, the EV maker says it will be able to reach its dealerships across the region in 15-20 days.
Raj Mehta, founder of Greta Electric Scooter, said, “I am very excited about the new manufacturing facility in Faridabad. This is another step towards becoming more accessible to our customers. It marks our relentless commitment to a green world, with a journey that does not harm the environment. We plan to launch an educational campaign to get more people on the EV route, our small contribution to zero-emissions pledged by the Government of India by 2030. We want to see local talent to fill our expansion driven vacancies. Free. ”
Currently, the company sells four models (specify model names) in the Indian market, with a demand range of 100 km per charge. All four models have DRL, EBS, reverse mode, ATA system, smart shift, a digital instrument cluster display, keyless start, disc brakes and anti-theft alarm.