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Ampere Electric Vehicles accelerates its presence in India

Ampere Electric Vehicles, a wholly-owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton, is accelerating its presence in India with the announcement of opening two new EV dealerships in Delhi-NCR. These new showrooms will strengthen Ampere Electric’s presence in the city. Speaking on this occasion, P Sanjeev, Chief Operating Officer, Ampere Electric Vehicles said, “We are excited to launch two new dealerships in Delhi-NCR. Ampere Electric scooters with a comprehe...

Ampere Electric accelerates EV growth with the launch of Magnus Pro Electric Scooter

Ampere Vehicles Pvt. Ltd., a wholly-owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd., accelerates EV growth with the launch of a new and trendy electric scooter Magnus Pro, designed for discerning commuters in urban and semi-urban regions. The Magnus Pro epitomizes best-in-class performance and comfort with a host of exciting features, making the users live magnified.  With an average range of 75-80 Kms per charge, Magnus Pro comes at an attractive price of INR 73,990/- (Ex-show...

Ampere Electric partners with EV mobility start-up eBikeGO for Performance Electric Scooters

In yet another sequence of bagging orders for B2B last mile mobility, Ampere Electric, the wholly-owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd., today announced business partnership with eBikeGO, India’s leading electric vehicle subscription platform. Redefining the future of last mile deliveries, there has been considerable rise in demand for home deliveries & this partnership perfectly suits last mile logistics delivery support required by e-commerce players. With this...

Ampere Electric appoints Thiruppathy Srinivasan as Chief Technology Officer and Head of Manufacturing

Ampere Electric, a wholly-owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd. has announced that Thiruppathy Srinivasan will be joining as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Head of Manufacturing, with immediate effect. Prior to joining Ampere, he was working with Ather Energy. His expertise lies in technology & organizational strategy, product development and manufacturing operations to enable efficiency in businesses. He is an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio Stat...

Ampere Electric plans investment of INR 700 crores for e-mobility manufacturing plant in Ranipet, signs MoU with Government of Tamil Nadu

Two years after its first acquisition in e-mobility, Ampere Electric, the wholly owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd, announced phased investment potential of INR 700 crore over 10 years to set up a world class e-mobility manufacturing plant in Ranipet, Tamil Nadu.  A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to this effect was signed by the Company, with the Government of Tamil Nadu, today.  At over 1.4 million square feet, the proposed Ranipet manu...

Ampere electric scooters more affordable with FAME II revised subsidy, announces price reduction upto INR 9000

Ampere Vehicles, the e-mobility business of Greaves Cotton Limited, has announced the price cut of upto Rs. 9000 on its electric scooters which is based on the recent FAME II subsidy revision policy by the Government. This price reduction makes Ampere electric scooters more affordable to consumers across the country. Speaking on this, Roy Kurian, COO, E-Mobility Business (2 & 3-Wheeler), Ampere Electric, “With significant subsidy revision in FAME II policy, the scheme m...

Ampere Electric Scooters now priced under INR 50,000 in Gujarat

Ampere Vehicles, the e-mobility business of Greaves Cotton Limited, has announced a significant price cut on its electric scooters in Gujarat post EV Policy 2021 announced by the Gujarat state government and FAME-II subsidy revision by the Central government. With the revision in price cut, even the large scooters from Ampere Electric have become much more affordable and now priced under INR 50,000 in Gujarat. This makes it well within the reach of every single person to possess reliable...

Ampere Electric enhances footprint across the country with 500 touchpoints

Ampere Electric, a wholly owned electric mobility subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd., continues to accelerate its growth with more than 500 customers touch points all across the country, expanding its EV presence even in these turbulent times. Currently Ampere electric offers 350 dealerships in e2W and 165 dealerships from ELE e-rickshaw segment.  Due to fast growing Ampere EV base in both retails, institutional and fleet usage the company has seen significant pull from customers and chann...

‘India Electrified’ with Ampere, achieves milestone of 100,000 EV customers in 400 towns

Ampere Vehicles, the fast growing e-mobility business of Greaves Cotton Limited, has accelerated India’s journey towards EV by creating a new milestone of 100,000 EV customers base in over 400 towns across the country. Over the last few years, Ampere Vehicles has emerged as one of the leading affordable, reliable electric vehicle brands in the mass mobility segment with increased acceptance from customers (both B2B & B2C) and fast growing channel partners. Ampere Vehicles is acce...

Ampere Electric launches new e-scooter Magnus EX

Ampere Electric, the e2w brand under Greaves Electric Mobility, has expanded its popular Magnus range with new addition- Magnus EX. This large family e-scooter epitomizes best-in-class comfort and functionally superior performance with host of improved & innovative features. With an extraordinary mileage of 121 Kms per charge as per ARAI, Magnus EX comes at an attractive price of INR 68,999/- (Ex-showroom Pune price). With additional state Government incentiv...

Different strokes for different folks

In conversation with Nagesh Basavanhalli, Group CEO & MD, Greaves Cotton Ltd., who talks to us about being encouraged by Tamil Nadu's latest industrial policy, Ampere Electric's plans of manufacturing two wheelers for the affordable mobility bracket and their new manufacturing facility. TOS: Tamil Nadu has attracted a lot of investments in the EV space of late. Why has the state become such an attractive destination? NB:  Let me set a context to our journ...