India’s Top 10 Electric Two-Wheeler Sales Report – Okinawa is No. 1
Electric two-wheeler sales began in the calendar year 2022 with a steady increase but fell in the months of May and June 2022. FADA has released retail sales data from VAHAN for electric two-wheelers sold in India between January and June 2022 – H1 2022. Okinawa Autotech stands to lead the E2W segment. In the first six months of this year, the company recorded total retail sales of 47,121 units.
Ampere Electric’s retail sales have increased steadily over the last six months. Total H1 retail sales were 33,785 units after beginning the year with 4,220 units in January 2022. Hero Electric retail sales were 7,764 units in January 2022, bringing total H1 sales to 44,084 units.
With total retail sales of 41,994 units in H1, Ola Electric’s sales increased steadily from January to April but fell in May and June 2022. In contrast, Ather Energy (15,952 units) and Revolt (8,462 units) have seen a steady increase in retail E2W sales over the last 6 months.
Pure EV was also on the list, with 9,531 units sold in the first quarter. TVS Motor Company’s total E2W retail sales were 8,670 units in H1 2022, with March sales being the highest at 2,269 units.
Bajaj Chetak’s sales increased only in May and June, bringing total H1 sales to 7,394 units. Benling India’s sales have been declining month after month, totalling 5,792 units sold in the first six months of this calendar year. Jeetendra retail sales were 4,217 units from January to June 2022, followed by GoGreen (3,014 units) and Lectrix (1,638 units).
Okaya EV Pvt. Ltd, a relative newcomer to this segment, sold 779 units in the first half of 2022, while Twenty Two Motors also entered the segment in June 2022, selling 751 units. Komaki, MEW, and RGM also added a few units to retail sales, along with others, for a total of 52,548 units.