Get acquainted with this e-scooter from Bajaj Chetak, Okinawa that came to challenge Ola.


Okinawa is now the second largest manufacturer of electric scooters in the country in terms of sales. But with Hero Electric being at the helm, they are bridging this gap every month. Okinawa’s recent comments make it clear that the company will not fail to become the number one electric two-wheeler manufacturer in the country. Oki90 is the company’s new tool to succeed in achieving that goal.

The company is yet to announce the official name of the electric scooter. That’s why it is being known in the media as Okinawa Okhi 90. The e-scooter will be launched in India on March 24. Various photos of the Okinawa Okhi90 were released during the test ride. Although the electric scooter has been concealed from head to toe, the leaked image gives an idea of ​​some of its features.

The Okinawa Ockhi 90 wheel size is expected to be 14 inches. The seat is also quite long and wide. The rear handle of the scooter will get silver paint and dual springs for the rear suspension. The Okinawa Okhi90’s motor will be in the middle instead of a hub-mounted one. The motor will be powered by a lithium-ion battery, which may support fast charging. The Okinawa Ockhi 90 can have a top speed of 60 kmph and a range of 150-160 kmph. It has connectivity features like geo-fencing, navigation, diagnostics.

The Okinawa Ockhi90 launch price may start at Rs 1-1.20 lakh (ex-showroom). The Ockhi90 will compete with the Ola S1, Simple One, Bajaj Chetak and TVS iQube electric scooters.

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