VAHAN 2023 Jan report: Here’s which company sold the most, and the least 2-wheeler EVs

Feb 8, 2023

By: Shradha Aneja

VAHAN announced the January 2023 sales data for EV scooters.

The report shows that few companies saw a decline in sales compared to December 2022, whereas Ola remains at the top with an increase in sales. Read further to know the electric scooter sales in January 2023.

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Ola Electric

Ola has launched three electric scooters- Ola S1 Air, Ola S1, and Ola S1 Pro. Ola reported certain complaints regarding the front suspension failure in May 2022. However, it is important to note that the company reports higher sales numbers for its electric scooters. In January 2023, Ola recorded 18,245 registrations

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TVS electric scooter iQube sold 10,404 units in January 2023. The e-scooter was launched in January 2020, and in April 2022, TVS partnered with Jio-BP to set up charging infrastructure across India.

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Ather Energy

Ather Energy launched its electric scooter Ather 450X in India in September 2018. From 7,652 units in December 2022, Ather reported 9,139 registrations in January 2023.

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Hero Electric

Hero electric scooter sold 8,000 units in December 2022. However, lower than the previous month, the company managed to sell 6,393 units only in January 2023. Also, the company has been witnessing a drop in numbers in the last few months.

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Okinawa Autotech

Following Hero Electric, Okinawa sales have also dropped. While comparing the December 2022, the company sold 875 fewer units i.e, 4,404 in January 2023.

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Ampere Vehicles

Ampere launched three e-scooters- Primus, Magnus EX, and REO Plus. In January 2023, only 4,366 registrations were done. Comparing the December 2022 and January 2023 sales, Ampere sold approximately the same number of units.

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Chetak Technologies Limited

Due to fewer retail outlets in comparison to other companies, Chetak sales for electric scooters were 2,615 in January 2023

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