Triton Electric Vehicle is set to enter hydrogen-run two-wheeler and three-wheeler segments also. It will manufacture hydrogen-run two-wheeler and three-wheeler EVs at its Bhuj facility, Gujarat, where it plans to start the production of EV trucks this year itself.
The company is already in discussion with a few Indian states for setting up a well-equipped EV car manufacturing base in India with all the advanced technologies and state-of-the-art infrastructure.
With the latest announcement, it has become the first auto manufacturer in India to foray into the hydrogen-run two-wheeler and three-wheeler segments. It will also be exporting these two-wheelers and three-wheelers from India.
Triton has already established its comprehensive Research and Development (R&D) Center facility in the Anand District of Gujarat, where it will develop two-wheelers and three-wheelers, in addition to EV trucks, EV cars, and special-purpose vehicles.
The R&D facility is strategically located near Ahmedabad and Triton’s EV manufacturing hub in Bhuj, Gujarat, ensuring faster decision-making.
“Hydrogen-powered vehicles are being considered the new-age mobility mantra. Since our priority is to drive the new age mobility, hydrogen-fuel-run vehicles are natural advancements for Triton EV,” said Himanshu B Patel, founder and MD of Triton EV.
Triton EV is involved in the energy storage system business ranging from transportable small battery packs to a 10 MWh battery storage unit for customers in the USA and abroad for applications like energy generation, load management, EV charging stations, etc. It is also involved in manufacturing electric vehicles using battery technologies developed by them.
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If you have used a three wheeler in India… you will see it is most vulnerable to accidents… and riding with Hydrogen on-board… is like rudibg a bomb… 👎👎👎👎👎
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