Okinawa Launches Okhi90 E2W At INR 1.22 Lakh Ex-Showroom India

Mobility Outlook Bureau
25 Mar 2022
09:00 AM
1 Min Read

The new scooter features a 72V platform powered by a 72V 50 AH removable lithium-ion battery and propelled by a 3.8 kW motor.


Leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer, Okinawa Autotech, has launched its e-scooter, Okhi90, at INR 121,866 ex-showroom, India, post FAME II subsidies.

Claimed to have invested around INR 40 crore in the project, the new scooter features a 72V platform powered by a 72V 50 AH removable lithium-ion battery and propelled by a 3.8 kW motor.

The company claims a top speed of 90 kmph with a range of 160 kms in a single charge in sports mode while it can cover 200 kms in eco mode.

The e2W features a LED headlight, built-in navigation, digital gauge cluster with battery info, speed alerts, calls and notification alerts, Bluetooth connectivity, mobile charging USB-port, Luggage box light,geo-fencing, and secure security parking, among others.

Available in Glossy Wine Red, Glossy Pearl White, Glossy Ash Grey, and Glossy Jewellery Blue, the vehicle also comes with Okinawa Connect App, allowing functions like find My Scooter and theft alarm. In addition, the scooter will also get OTA updates.

The company predicts sales of 50,000 units of the new product in FY23, with the company’s total sales rising to 2.5 lakh units in the same time. At present, around 70% of the company’s sales come from the Praise family.

Jeetender Sharma, MD and Co-founder, Okinawa Autotech, said that based on the same 72V platform, the company aims to launch its maiden e-bike, the Okhi100, by Q3FY23. At present, the product is in the virtual testing stage, he confirmed.

In terms of touchpoints, the company claimed to have 450 dealerships across the country. Recently it also started with its experience centre, Galaxy stores. Currently, it has seven of these stores located in Delhi, Dehradun, Jaipur, Bhuvneshwar, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Bangalore. The MD confirmed that in FY23, the company plans to expand these stores to 30 new cities, including Tier- 2/3 towns.


The company recently started production at its second plant in Alwar, Rajasthan. The INR 100 crore plant has a manufacturing capability of producing three lakh units per annum. 

However, in view of the rising EV demand in India, the company plans to add another mega factory in Karauli, Rajasthan, which will see an investment of INR 500 crore. Unlike the other two facilities, this factory aims to work as an ecosystem, with the suppliers for the brand also manufacturing on the same campus. 

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