There is good news for the buyers of Electric Two-Wheeler as the government has announced to increase the Subsidy on Electric Vehicles. After that, their prices are also expected to come down.
If you are among those who are planning to buy an Electric Two-Wheeler. After being troubled by the rising petrol prices, then there is good news for you.
As soon the price of Electric Vehicles Two-Wheeler is going to come down. The subsidy scheme launched by the government for electric two-wheelers did not get as good a response as was expected.
So, this time the government has announced to increase the subsidy further to promote the sale of electric two-wheelers.
With faster adoption and manufacturing of electric vehicles has been in India phage (FAME India Phase II). The amendment arose from Rs 10,000 to demand incentive compensation electric Tuwhilrs per kilowatt 15,000 per kilowatt per in.
Equally, the incentive cap applicable on electric two-wheelers has been increased to 40 percent of their cost.
The Bengaluru-based Ather Energy has said that after this decision of the government, the Ather 450X will get an additional subsidy of Rs 14,500.
According to the recently released figures of the Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV), out of the total 10 lakh, electric two-wheelers sold till December 2020. Only three percent of the two-wheelers sold under the scheme.
It has been sold under the FAME India Phase II scheme launched in 2019. Since the launch of the scheme, 31,813 electric two-wheelers have been sold till December 2020.
While the sales of high-speed electric two-wheelers in the January-December period stood at 25,735, which is five percent from the figure of 27,224 in 2019. is less.
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About The Fame 2:-
Fame 2 is an electric two-wheeler that should have a minimum drive range of 80 km. It has a maximum speed of 40 KMPH and an energy consumption of eight units for a full charge.
It is estimated 10 thousand core rupees to be spent on Fame 2, only about five hundred crore rupees have been borne.