Home Two wheelers oi-Promeet Ghosh By Promeet Ghosh Published: Friday, April 16, 2021, 14:03 [IST] Okinawa Autotech has announced a strategic partnership with Welectric. Welectric is a company engaged in the business of providing electric two-wheelers on lease rental to various corporations and individuals. With this partnership, Okinawa and Welectric will collaborate to focus on working with companies involved in last-mile delivery operations across the country. Commenting on the partnership, Jeetender Sharma, MD & Founder, Okinawa Autotech, states "We are thrilled to partner with Welectric, a digital enabler in the sales, finance, maintenance, and aftermarket services for electric two-wheelers. With the rise of ecommerce and last-mile deliveries fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become imperative for businesses in the delivery segment to consistently innovate, reduce operational costs, and increase efficiency, … [Read more...] about Okinawa Partners With Welectric To Supply Electric Two-Wheelers For Last-Mile Delivery: Read More!
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The RAV4-sized EV premieres April 19. For only a concept, Toyota sure has been teasing the new battery-powered SUV extensively in the last months. That said, the vehicle debuting on Monday at the Shanghai show isn't one of those concepts that we'll see once and then forget all about it. Expected to inaugurate the company's "Beyond Zero" lineup of all things zero emissions, the RAV4-sized EV is back in a new teaser to denote it's not a production vehicle. The futuristic steering wheel takes a similar yoke-like approach as the Lexus LF-Z Electrified concept we'll be seeing in China next week as well. Tesla certainly didn't invent this design with the latest Model S Refresh, but the Palo Alto-based company is bold enough to install it on a production vehicle (where the legislation allows it). Gallery: Toyota electric SUV on e-TNGA platform 9 Photos Since this … [Read more...] about Toyota Beyond Zero Electric SUV Teases Yoke Steering Wheel
Is this what the adventure bikes of the future are going to look like? Electric motorcycles and scooters are becoming more and more ubiquitous as the years go by. With the major advancements in battery technology and fast-charging technology, many skeptics of the electric movement have had a change of heart, thanks to more affordable tech, longer lasting batteries, and overall environmental sustainability. At present, however, the electric two-wheeler segment is dominated by lightweight scooters and motorcycles. That said, there have been a few full-fledged electric motorcycles capable of going the distance. Bikes like Zero 's fleet of electric machines, and of course, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire have proven that it is indeed possible to have a generally reliable, full-sized electric motorcycle. And while these bikes have had their fair share of growing pains, there's no denying that technology moves in no other direction than forward, so we're sure to see bigger and … [Read more...] about Check out this brilliant BMW electric adventure concept
The British carmaker might also migrate all mainstream models to a single flexible platform in preparation for electrification of their entire model range While Jaguar is in a hole these days – mostly of its own making – the company is looking at an electrified future to turn the tides. The company posted a series of quarterly losses with the latest revealed on February 7th with £273 million in the latest three-month period. To add insult to injury, there was an additional whopping asset write-down, of £3.1 billion. In turn, the immediate aftermath produced a rippling effect across the board. The shares in its parent company, Tata Motors, which is the carmaking arm of the Indian conglomerate, collapsed by 18 percent and have now fallen by 60 percent in the past year. To make matters even more compelling, Jaguar Land Rover accounts for about 80 percent of the total sales and all of its profits for the Indian company, making us believe a big change is coming behind the scenes. … [Read more...] about Jaguar considers all-electric future following I-Pace success
Kindly Share This Story: By Chris Ochayi & Davies Iheamnachor The Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, has apologised to Nigerians over the recent erratic power supply in the country, saying no fewer than power generating plants had broken down in the last few weeks In a statement signed yesterday by his spokesman, Aaron Artimas, the minister said the breakdown of the plants was responsible for the poor power supply situation in the country. He noted further that seven other thermal plants were battling with low gas shortages but assured that there were ongoing efforts to restore power to the affected areas in the country. The statement read: “I sincerely regret the recent power outages across the nation and the difficulties it has brought with it, and wish to assure my fellow Nigerians that everyone involved is working assiduously to restore the national grid to its previous historical levels and exceed that. “The problem is caused by the … [Read more...] about 8 power plants down, as power minister apologises for erratic electric supply