Ampere rolls out 50,000th electric scooter
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Ampere rolls out 50,000th electric scooter from Ranipet production site.

Ampere, the electric scooter subsidiary of Greaves Mobility, has rolled out its 50,000th electric scooter from the company’s EV mega-site in Ranipet, Tamil Nadu. This is a remarkable milestone for the company.

Ampere believes that the shift of consumers towards sustainable and affordable electric mobility, growing product awareness, increased fuel prices, and heightened cognizance about environmental issues has helped them reach this milestone.

The Ranipet manufacturing facility of Ampere was inaugurated in December 2021. The workforce at the Ranipet factory consists of more than 70% women.

Currently, Ampere has a portfolio of three electric scooters- Magnus EX, Magnus, and Reo Plus. Ampere has a 10% market share in the electric two-wheeler segment. In FY’22 Ampere sold 24,648 electric scooters. Last month in May 2022, the sales figure of Ampere was 5,836, and it was in third place in the electric two-wheeler retail sales list, just below Ola Electric and Okinawa.

Speaking on this milestone, Sanjay Behl, CEO & Executive Director of Greaves Electric Mobility, said: Our EV mega-site was developed with the intent of accelerating the ecologically-virtuous cycle that our planet deserves, and it is incredible that we have reached the 50,000 mark. Owing to the increased customer awareness, preference for green mobility, and a host of incentives offered by different states, we have hit the inflection point for EVs to take off and are optimistic about mass EV adoption in the country. We are extremely proud of the workforce at our Ranipet facility - which consists of over 70% women - for their enormous contribution in achieving this great milestone through their hard work and dedication.

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