Hydra launches India’s fastest electric motorcycle with top speed of 165 kmph

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NEW DELHI: Hydra Electric OTC: (HYEL), a Dubai-based e-bike manufacturer, has launched India’s fastest electric motorcycle – HYDRA eSX.

Looking at the growing demand for e-bikes in India, the company has developed eSX superbike keeping in mind India’s road conditions.

With a top speed of 165 kmph, eSX claims the spot as India’s fastest electric motorcycle. It comes with a maximum range of 210 km on a single charge. In addition, it can achieve 0-100km/h acceleration in just 2.9 seconds.

Incorporated in 2021, Hydra is an automobile manufacturing start-up headquartered in Dubai. The company specialises in the modeling and development of electric vehicles as per the industry demand.

The company was founded by the serial entrepreneur Fahad Hafiz. Hafiz, the founder and CEO of Hydra, has extensive experience across various sectors, including investment, travel, automotives, cryptocurrency, fintech, and oil and gas, among many others. He laid the foundation for Hydra Electric to capitalise on the growing interest in EVs in the global market.

Talking about the launch, Hafiz said, “We are really excited to launch the HYDRA eSX superbike in the Indian market. We are also proud to announce that eSX is the fastest e-bike in India. With this e-bike, we are aiming to provide Indian bike enthusiasts with a whole kind of high-speed experience”.

“Moreover, the e-bike is designed and manufactured exclusively for Indian roads. So, if you are a speed demon, HYDRA eSX will definitely win your confidence”, he added.

The company is in talks with various market markers to launch an IPO upon reaching 1,000 bike sales. Post-IPO, it will be entering the heavy vehicles market with cutting-edge technology under development.

In recent years, there has been a significant rise in the demand for e-bikes in India. In fact, e-bikes are becoming increasingly popular in metros like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, and Bengaluru. As a result, more and more e-bike manufacturers are entering the Indian market. (ANI/PNN)

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