HOP Electric, the Indian electric vehicle manufacturer, announced the start of deliveries for its highly-anticipated OXO electric motorcycle. The anticipated electric naked motorcycle was first announced about a year ago, and now comes into the awaited delivery stage.
The sporty, naked bike has received over 10,000 bookings and over 50,000 expressions of interest in just two months of its launch, according to the company’s press statement. With campaigns and pre-sale demand for the OXO it was much awaited by customers in local market.
The first batch of 2,500 units is set to be delivered in Jaipur, with plans to expand to other states such as Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal in the near future.
However, the OXO’s delivery schedule has been delayed due to changes in the Ministry of Heavy Industries’ FAME II scheme and the implementation of new tests and standards. Despite the delay, HOP Electric is confident that the OXO will be well-received by customers, thanks to its impressive speed and range capabilities.
With a top speed of 75 mph and a range of up to 180 km on a single charge, the OXO is set to be a popular choice for commuters and recreational riders alike.
In addition to its impressive performance, the OXO also boasts a sleek and modern design. Its fully-digital instrument cluster and LED lighting add to the motorcycle’s sporty aesthetic, while its comfortable seating and upright riding position make it suitable for long journeys.
Overall, the HOP OXO looks to be a promising addition to the growing electric motorcycle market in India.