SynopsisIndia’s electric vehicle industry may be geared for take-off, but challenges remain in critical technologies and charging infrastructure. EV startups and automakers say these hurdles can be overcome and production scaled up in a market that is set to explode.Ather Energy says it has made a breakthrough in costs critical to succeed in India’s highly cost-conscious automobile market.

The Bengaluru-based electric two-wheeler startup’s innovation in cutting costs will also help it build a platform upon which it can spawn multiple models at different price points to serve different customers.

Ather, which is backed by India’s largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp, plans to scale up manufacturing BYET Bureau Apr 10, 2021, 11:30 PM ISTGIFT ARTICLEFONT SIZEAbcSmallAbcMediumAbcLargeSAVECOMMENTSign in to read the full articleYou’ve got this Prime Story as a Free Gift₹399/monthMonthly
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