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Triton EV unveils the design of Hydrogen Fuel scooters.
Triton EV will start taking orders for the Hydrogen fuel scooters by the end of this month.
EV maker Triton EV unveiled the design of its Hydrogen Fuel Scooters on the occasion of India’s 76th Independence Day. The company also announced that it would start taking the bookings for hydrogen-powered Scooters and Three-Wheelers by the end of this month.
In July 2022, Triton EV announced that it would make hydrogen-powered two and three-wheelers in India. It is the first auto manufacturer in India to enter the hydrogen-run two and three-wheeler segment.
The scooter will be powered by hydrogen cells and offer a range of up to 175 km.
Triton EV will manufacture these two and three-wheelers at its Bhuj, Gujarat manufacturing plant. A few months ago, Triton EV acquired the 3.7 million square foot manufacturing plant in Bhuj, Gujarat, from AMW.
Triton EV has also established its largest R&D center in Kheda, Anand District, near Ahmedabad, Gujarat. This R&D facility is Triton EV’s global center of entire R&D activities.
Mr. Himanshu Patel, Founder and MD of Triton Electric Vehicle, said: “The scooter designs which we are unleashing today are made after rigorous Research and Development work and also as per the Indian traffic conditions. In addition to the styles, our scooter designs are made to ensure the safety of the passengers. These designs are even safe for kids as well. However, the style quotation is also kept very high considering the fact that young consumers are interested to go for new age mobility for controlling the carbon footprint.”
“We understand the utility of Hydrogen-Fuel for Indian roads. We at Triton EV are aggressively working towards producing best-in-class, safe, and clean-fuel run vehicles that will ensure a safe environment along with the safety of roads as well for the passengers and consumers. At Triton EV, we believe in spending quality time in R&D before coming up with some products which will ultimately enter the Indian Roads.”
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