Komaki, a more than 30 years old bearing and driveshaft manufacturing company forayed into the electric mobility manufacturing business in 2016. Since then the brand has delivered 9 low-speed electric two-wheelers and now launched 3 more electric two-wheelers but in the high-speed segment. The brand has now launched the Komaki TN95, Komaki SE and Komiaki M5 in India.
The Komaki TN95 and the Komaki SE are high-speed electric scooters. The former is targeted towards Indian families as well as last mile-deliveries which require a box for storage which provided as standard. The TN95 claims to be India’s biggest scooter yet the brand boasts that it is nimble and effortlessly navigates Indian roads. The Komaki TN95 is powered by a detachable Lithium-ion battery that can return a range of 100-150 km on a single charge. The e-scooter comes with reverse park and assist, a coloured instruments display, cruise control, self-diagnostic switch, regenerative braking etc.
The Komaki SE has been designed with an attractive design and features keeping in mind riders of all age groups. The e-scooter is offered in four colour options – solid blue, garnet red, jet black and metallic gold. The SE also features a full-colour display, self-diagnosis, cruise control, reverse assist etc. The e-scooter claims to deliver a range of 100-120 km on a single charge.
The Komaki M5 is an electric motorcycle that comes with a striking new streetfighter design and comes with convenient features such as a detachable lithium-ion battery pack that returns a range of around 100-120 km on a single charge. The new Komaki M5 is offered in two colour options – Gold and Silver. The motorcycle features a muscular design with a red-painted steel trellis frame, sharp LED headlamps, chiselled tank, sharp side panels, a high mounted tail with luggage mounts, upside-down front suspension and disc brakes on both the front and rear. The motorcycle also features digital colour instrumentation and other latest equipment that sets the e-two-wheeler benchmark quite high.