With our continuous efforts to shift the EV paradigm we always go an extra mile and we are always the talk of the town. Here's what the major publications have to say
The Indian Auto industry is the fifth largest industry around the world and is aimed to be the third largest by 2030.
After six days of green, both domestic indices ended lower on Thursday. BSE Sensex closed at 51.73 points lower at 58,298.80 while Nifty50 lost 6 points to close at Rs 17,382.
In 2020, earlier than the pandemic shook up the world, particularly the Indian car business, electrical autos had been transferring steadily into the highlight.
According to the founder and CEO of eBikeGo, Dr Irfan Khan, batteries used in electric vehicles require special attention due to high production and complexities related to maintenance to avoid such instances in future.
Electric two-wheeler mobility platform eBikeGo has acquired the rights to manufacture ‘Muvi’ electric vehicles (EVs) of Spanish automotive company Torrot in India
Two-wheeler rental platform for electric vehicles (EVs) eBikeGo on Wednesday said it acquired Kustard Technologies — a UI/UX design studio and app development company — for $2 million.
Electric two-wheeler mobility platform eBikeGo on Thursday said it has acquired the rights to manufacture the smart electric trike ‘Velocipedo’ of a leading Spanish automotive company Torrot in India, in a multi-million dollar deal.
Electric bike startup eBikeGo announced on Monday the completion of USD 5-million fund infusion in the form from a clutch of international and domestic investors and said it is now looking to raise USD 25 million more.
A drastic shift in workplace culture is underway in the wake of Covid-19. With the move to remote and hybrid working.
eBikeGo (www.ebikego.in), India’s largest electric two-wheeler mobility platform has recently received the prestigious recognition of being one of the Great Place to Work by Great Place to Work®, a global authority on workplace culture.