The company in its statement said that it is collaborating with multiple institutions to finance their vehicle at an approximate EMI of Rs 5000 or less depending on the credit score of the buyer.
“An EMI of Rs 5,000 approx makes KRIDN an immediately viable option for those looking forward to owning our motorcycle. Considering the savings on fuel, service cost, and shorter EMI period, the cost of ownership is definitely lower,” Abhijeet Shah, Chief Operating Officer of One Electric said.
The company said it will introduce a new range of metallic colour options and enable customers to personalising their KRIDN bikes, adding that it is in the process of getting LED headlights by March.
One Electric also said it is on track for zero import production by the end of the year. “We are totally committed to the Make in India cause. We have already developed and started trials for our remaining imported components and are on track for zero import production by the end of the year,” CEO Gaurav Uppal said.
The company is now working to start deliveries in Delhi NCR, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh.