LML and Harley Davidson team up to manufacture electric vehicles in India

As we know how the EV market is booming all over the world. In the same way, LML Electric announced yesterday that it has planned to have a good bond with Saera Electric Auto and would manufacture electric scooters at its factory in Bawal, Haryana. LML, located in Kanpur, has announced its return to the Indian two-wheeler market and expects to play a significant part in the fast growing adoption of battery-powered scooters in the country. LML Electric's relationship with Saera Electric Auto is critical on two fronts.

Before the American behemoth packed bags and sailed out, Saera Electric Auto was manufacturing items for Harley Davidson in India. The second is that LML Electric wants to develop a future-ready plant that takes advantage of Saera's existing technology and processes.  The Bawal facility covers 2,17,800 square feet and has a monthly production capacity of 18,000 units.

By 2025, LML wants to be a 100 percent 'Made in India' company. "We foresee an instant need for automakers to reduce their reliance on imports and build infrastructure that is designed and capable of meeting the rapidly growing demand in India and around the world," said LML CEO Yogesh Bhatia in a press statement. "We are confident that this partnership will be a stepping stone in our vision to redefine and re-imagine the future of EV manufacturers to bring the country up to global manufacturing standards."

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