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Pakistan Made Electric Bikes which are cheaper than Usual Motorcycles

Amna Ansar Mar 18, 2017
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Pakistan is now having its own local manufacturer for Electronic bikes. The local manufacturing company, Jolta International has made a unique invention in the form of electric bikes.

Jolta International is Bahria Town Rawalpindi’s firm which has manufactured electric bikes and showcased three of them recently in Gawadar.

Three e-bikes showcased by Jolta are E70, E100, and E125. Out of which E70 will be retailed at an estimated price of Rs 35,000.

These e-bikes are having unique features including smoke-free, fuel-free, noise less and pollution free.

Jolta e-bikes are highly reasonable and are manufactured specifically for the Pakistani nation.

E70 has a charge time of 5 hours and can run for 50KM on fully charged battery. For 1.7 units of battery recharge, it only costs electricity of Rs 15. The price of E70 is from Rs 35,000-Rs 40,000.

E100 requires 6 hours for charging its battery and it can run for 70KM once fully charged. For 2.5 units of battery recharge, it only costs electricity of Rs 20 and its price is not specified yet.

E125 requires 7-8 hours for charging its battery and it can run for 120 KM on fully charged battery. For 4 units of battery recharge, it only costs electricity of Rs 32 and its price is not specified yet.

The engines of the bikes are motorized so they don’t require any fuel. Jolta bikes are expected to be in the market within next couple of months.

According to officials, the company has plans to invest $10 million in Pakistan in two phases.

Jolta also plans to invent e-cars and shuttle buses.

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