Talking about the LML Star electric scooter, it has been given a modern and futuristic design. At the front, it gets LED projector headlights at the top of the apron and LED DRLs at the bottom. LED turn indicators have been given in the scooter. Apart from this, this scooter has been given a full digital display unit, which shows many types of information including charging, battery and speed.
The scooter has a gray colored foot board, while the dark gray seat gets red highlights. Red accent has also been given on the pillion grab rail of the scooter. Overall, this scooter has been introduced in a sporty style. It is expected that the company will try to attract young customers with this scooter. As of now, the company has not shared any technical details about this scooter.
The LML Moonshot crossover is an electric dirt-bike. The company has also introduced it in the concept model itself. Some of the key features of this model include portable battery, pedal assist, riding mode and a fly-by-wire throttle. The range of this bike can be increased with Pedal Assist, while when the charge is over, it can also be driven by just rotating the pedal.
Also, the company claims that the Moonshot can go up to 70 kmph. However, the company has not disclosed the technical details about this dirt bike as well.
The company also introduced the LML Orion electric bike, which uses a hydroformed 606 alloy frame. Apart from this, it also gets an IP67-rated battery and an inbuilt GPS with predictive route sensor.
Speaking on the launch of Electric Vehicles, Yogesh Bhatia, Managing Director, LML said, “Our journey for the past few years has been long and arduous, but what has emerged is not just an engineering marvel but a range of products, which The product goes beyond promise and delivers ‘feeling’. It can only be experienced and cannot be expressed. It is truly a re-imagining and rebirth of LML.”
LML has partnered with German electric two-wheeler company eROCKIT to develop the technology and design of its electric vehicles. The German manufacturer is providing technical support and platform for LML’s products in India. LML has assured that these products will be brand new and will not be rebadged eRockit.
According to the news, the company will start the delivery of its electric vehicles from January 2023. The company’s electric scooter will compete with Ola S1 Pro, Ather 450X and Simple One electric scooter. At the same time, the electric dirt-bike can compete with the recently launched Motovolt Urban E-bike.