Today Express News | Ajay Varma | 02 April 2022 | Following the robust consumer demand for its dynamic range of EV scooters, Okinawa Autotech, a leading Indian Electric two-wheeler manufacturing company, sold a record 17,531 units in retail sales in October 2022. The sales figure includes both high-speed and low-speed electric scooters from Okinawa Autotech.

The strong sales of Okinawa Autotech have been driven by the popular demand for its electric scooters including Praisepro, IPraise+, Okhi-90, Ridge+, LITE, R30 and Dual.

Mr. Jeetender Sharma, MD & Founder, Okinawa Autotech, said, “Achieving the sales of 17,531 units sales of Okinawa electric scooters in October 2022 is not only a benchmark and but also a matter of immense pride for us. This landmark accomplishment is a testament to the tremendous faith that our consumers have in the brand. Our best-in-class technologies and aftersales services have also played a vital role. The customer sentiment has been improving post-pandemic and we are confident to carry forward this sales momentum in the coming months.”

About Okinawa Autotech Pvt. Ltd.

Okinawa Autotech is one of the fastest-growing and most disruptive electric two-wheeler manufacturers in India. It is the first company in the electric two-wheeler segment to have a Joint Venture with an International Brand Tacita to accelerate its growth toward electric Mobility with a view to establishing itself as “DESH KA EV” (the country’s preferred EV), Okinawa Autotech is delivering smart, innovative, stylish, comfortable, and energy-efficient vehicles at affordable prices.

Aiming to put India on the global EV map with its revolutionary products, Okinawa Autotech is the first Indian company to get a FAME II subsidy from the government of India. It’s the first company with a mission to drive the present towards a sustainable future and to further propel the government’s Make in India Initiative. With a widespread network of 500+ dealers across India, Okinawa caters to not only metro cities but goes beyond to reach Tier-2, Tier-3, and rural regions of the country.