“The shift to EV will come faster and in a more profound way, fueled by the technology improvement and realization of the adverse impact of the pollution from the gasoline mobility products in India”
In India, the automobile industry is one of the key sectors driving economic growth. More than 25 million vehicles (all segments) were produced in Financial year of 2017, reporting a jump of 5.41% from the previous year. However, it is also one of the biggest contributors of pollution, which incidentally keeps the country’s capital choked & places the people’s health at risk.
As India hurtles towards a noxious future, the Indian government is now racing to switch to all-electric vehicles by 2030. While the report by UBS might be an overly optimistic take on what the future of electric vehicles will look like, one cannot overlook the massive progress the industry has made in the last decade or so.
In India, despite a multitude of challenges and obstacles, SVM’s Prana is steadily gaining traction, thanks in part to government initiatives and peoples support.
Now, Prana have several positive impacts on our lives, environment, and wallet (checkout the impacts at www.srivarumotors.com/product/ ). First off, Prana have an overwhelming amount of benefits on our daily lives and travel. With “less noise, and less vibration from the powertrain,” we can enjoy a quieter and more comfortable ride. Prana utilize an electric powertrain. This feature allows for a multitude of benefits. For instance, braking is greatly improved. Instead of Prana having traditional brake pads that need to be replaced every so often, they use their battery to instead reverse the energy going through the wheels, slowing down the motorcycle with ease. This process, called regenerative braking, at the same time feeds energy back into the battery from the inertia of the wheels coming to a stop. Furthermore, the electric powertrain also offers smoother, and quicker, acceleration. With this technology, it is a simple “on and off” switch with the engine while accelerating. Once the fingers touch the throttle, the motorcycle makes use of the entirety of the battery power, rather than slowly revving up the cylinders as in a conventional gasoline-powered motorcycle. So, even with just these two features, users of EVs are already enjoying significant benefits of driving an electric-powered motorcycle.
Finally, a more obvious, yet important benefit of the electric powertrain is the dampened noise. Prana has no-noise making engine rather PRANA has motor; think like the ceiling fan inside house vs the diesel generator’s sound, PRANA powered by series of lithium-ion batteries that send energy to multiple different places within the e-motorcycle. Due to that, there is no loud exhaust or engine noises, thus significantly reducing noise during the travel.
In light of this burgeoning potential, we at SVM wanted to create a comprehensive series that not only traces the history and scope of the global EV market but also delves into the challenges, opportunities and the future electric vehicles hold in India. This gives more confident to the customers and governments in relying on SVM and Prana. Moreover, the future battery technology such as solid-state batteries are in plan so we can even produce the batteries in India (rather print batteries in India).
So undoubtfully PRANAs – Are here to stay – because they are an opportunity of the 21st century, to build a better Indian Sub-continent.
by < CUSTOMER AWARENESS TEAM >