Hero Electric has inaugurated three new dealerships in the city of Bangalore – VRS Motors, Jaideep Motors and Pulse Electrochem – all 3S (sales, service and spare) equipped outlets.
According to Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric, Bangalore is an important market for the company, from a geographical and business standpoint and says the brand will venture even into the most interior parts of India, apart from big towns and cities. The expansion drive will see Hero Electric dealerships touch the 1,000 mark by the end of the year.
The company is planning to ramp up production of its scooters to 500,000 units/annum, but the focus remains on low-cost & low-speed models.
9 March 2020 –
Hero Electric has inaugurated its new showroom, e-Galaxy Motors, in Pune, taking the total number of the company’s dealership network to 630 outlets. The new showroom is a 3S facility and will be part of the largest EV OEM in India.
We are committed to delivering the best EV products in the two-wheeler category across India. Our dealer network is highly important to us as they create awareness around electric mobility and its benefits. We are glad to have e-Galaxy Motors as our partner in Pune area and look forward to having a long-term relationship. We are an ambitious brand and will continue to strengthen our dealer network year by year and be present in the most interior parts of the country.Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric
Hero Electric is preparing to launch a whole new range of electric vehicles. Hero Electric showcased three new electric vehicles at the Auto Expo 2020 – AE-47 electric motorcycle, AE-3 electric trike, AE-29 electric scooter. All the three vehicles target different segments. The company will be launching three products this year and the AE-47 electric motorcycle will be launched in early 2021.
In an interaction with ElectricVehicleWeb.in at the Auto Expo 2020, Mr Gill said that AE-47 will be targeted at a younger crowd who want to try something new. He added that the motorcycle will not be made available all across the country but only where it will make sense. Only 40 to 50 dealerships will be allotted to sell the AE-47 motorcycle, and we believe Bangalore would be part of that list.