EV startup Gemopai is offering cashback offers of upto Rs 12,000 on its electric scooters. In order to make eco-friendly scooters more accessible to a wider range of audience, auto companies and government bodies are offering attractive incentives. The ultimate aim is the mass adoption of EVs. Two-wheeler, as well as four-wheeler companies, are transitioning toward electric mobility in full vigour. With such enticing offers, people often end up taking the leap. Let us take a look at the details of this latest case.
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Gemopai Electric Scooters Offer Cashback
As per the press release by the EV startup, the cashback offer commenced on January 22, 2024. With this offer, the three models on sale will be Rs 12,000 cheaper. At the moment, Gemopai sells Ryder, Astrid Lite, and Ryder Supermax. The prices prior to cashback were Rs 1,11,195, Rs 79,999 and Rs 70,850, respectively. Post Rs 12,000 cashback, the attractive prices become Rs 99,195, Rs 69,999 and Rs 59,850, respectively. This is a great offer for all those who are looking to purchase an inexpensive electric scooter. These figures are very close to regular scooters.
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On this occasion, Amit Raj Singh, MD and Founder of Gemopai commented, “We are excited to bring forth this exceptional offer as a testament to our commitment to making electric mobility accessible and affordable for everyone. Gemopai’s mission is to contribute to a greener future, and with these exciting offers, we aim to encourage more people to make the switch to electric vehicles.” This is a clear indication that the company values the green mobility revolution and wants to democratize the space with such attractive products at reasonable prices.
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The demand for electric vehicles is at an all-time high not just in India, but across the globe. We are still at a nascent stage of the transformation. Still, the signs are looking very encouraging. In India, numerous EV startups have emerged in recent times. Even Gemopai was established in 2017. Hence, we see that the growth of the EV space and new startups is quite substantial in a short span. Going forward, this trend is likely to continue.