BREAKING: LML Resurrected In India With The Unveil Of Three Distinct Electric Two-wheelers

  • Sep 29, 2022
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India launch to take place in the second half of 2023

LML EVs Unveil

LML has re-entered the two-wheeler market in India with three distinct electric two-wheelers – LML Orion, Moonshot and Star. The iconic brand that was famous for its scooters in the 20th century will be launching the new EVs in the second half of 2023.

LML Star

LML Star Unveiled

LML has resurrected the ‘Star’ moniker in an electrified version. The new LML Star gets a really futuristic, edgy body design which slightly resembles the styling of a maxi scooter. The most interesting bit of the e-scooter is that it gets a display panel on its fascia that can show a custom text message. 

It features decent hardware too including a telescopic fork and what appears to be a monoshock setup with an aluminium swingarm. For braking, it gets discs at both ends. Other specifications of the e-scooter are still under the wraps.

LML Moonshot

LML Moonshot

The LML Moonshot is an e-bike that gets quite the dirtbike design language with a fuel tank that is slim and high. It also gets a long single-piece saddle, high-rise beak-like fenders and a bare frame.

In terms of underpinnings, it features a premium USD fork and a monoshock suspension setup. And for braking, It gets discs at both ends.

While its appearance suggests a performance-oriented dirtbike, but the existence of pedals and the teased 70kmph top speed says otherwise.

LML Orion

LML Orion

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The LML Orion is an electric bicycle which has a rather intriguing design language which looks like a hybrid between a sports cycle and a regular one. Apart from that, the e-bicycle gets haptic feedback technology along with an inbuilt GPS system for onboard navigation.

Summing up, once launched the LML Star is expected to carry a price tag of around Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom) and will go up against the likes of the Bajaj Chetak and TVS iQube Electric. The Moonshot, too, is likely to bear a price tag of around Rs 1 lakh and is a class apart, having no direct rivals. Lastly, the LML Orion can be expected to be priced at around Rs 40,000.

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