LML unveils Star, Orion, Moonshot electric two-wheeler concepts

    LML plans to launch its products in the second half of 2023; Moonshot has two power modes, 70kph top speed.

    Published On Sep 30, 2022 02:36:00 PM


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    LML has taken the wraps off three new electric two-wheeler concepts: the Star e-scooter, the Moonshot pedal-assisted e-bike and the Orion e-bicycle. The company plans to launch these products in the Indian market by the second half of 2023.

    • The Star will be a maxi-style electric scooter
    • The Moonshot e-bike gets a portable battery
    • Orion e-bicycle gets haptic feedback and GPS 

    New LML electric two-wheelers: details

    While not many details have been revealed about the upcoming LML two-wheelers, few details make these products stand out.

    The LML Moonshot is a pedal-assisted e-bike, and is a rather quirky looking little thing. It gets supermoto-typical styling with a flat bench-style seat and a beak-y front fender. The battery, which LML says is portable, is housed at the front of the belly section, and the motor seems to be integrated at the rear wheel hub. The e-bike gets two power modes (Surge and City) with a top speed of 70kph.

    Mechanicals are quite substantial, considering the performance levels on offer, with an upside-down front fork and disc brakes at both ends. Everything is held together by a tubular steel frame, and the Moonshot gets alloy wheels at both ends.

    Not a whole lot is known about the LML Star e-scooter, but we do learn some details from the image that LML has shared. What’s obvious is that it will sport a maxi-style design language, but come with a flat floorboard. In terms of mechanicals, we see a mid-mounted motor that sends power to the rear wheel via a belt drive system. On the chassis front, the Star will roll on alloy wheels at both ends, and suspension will comprise a telescopic fork and monoshock. A front disc brake is visible, and though not very clear, there seems to be a disc brake at the rear as well.

    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 packaging flexibility offered by the scooter format should also allow the Star to feature a larger battery pack than the other two concepts here.

    Finally, 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.

    Would you pick LML’s electric offerings over more established products in the market? Let us know in the comments section below.

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