LML has announced its entry into the electric 2-wheeler segment with three new models – the Moonshot pedal-assisted e-bike, the Star e-scooter and the Orion e-bicycle. The company plans to launch its first product in the Indian market in the second half of 2023. LML has not revealed any technical details of the two-wheelers.
The LML Moonshot is an electric bike with an exposed trellis frame. The bike also has a hexagonal headlamp and a single-piece seat. The Moonshot features an upside fork suspension at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. It rides on alloy wheels and is equipped with disc brakes. The bike also has pedals and is said to reach a top speed of 70 km/h.
LML Star e-scooter sport a maxi-style design language, but come with a flat floorboard. The Star will roll on alloy wheels at both ends, and suspension will comprise a telescopic fork and monoshock. The sharp step on the single-piece seat, the tyre hugger-mounted rear number plate and overall sporty styling hint that LML could place some emphasis on performance with this product.
The Orion is LML’s e-bicycle with an IP67-rated battery pack integrated into its hydroformed alloy frame, supplemented by pedal power. A unique feature here is the in-built GPS for onboard navigation.