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Taiwan-based Gogoro launched its battery swapping ecosystem in India and unveiled its first India-made Smartscooter, the CrossOver GX250. The battery swapping system will be immediately available to B2B customers in Delhi and Goa, while Mumbai and Pune will follow suit in the second quarter of 2024.

  1. Gogoro launches its battery swapping ecosystem in India
  2. CrossOver GX250 available right now; other variants to roll out in 2024
  3. CrossOver GX250 built in Maharashtra

“We are at the cusp of a dramatic change in the global urban transportation landscape, and with its more than 250 million mopeds and motorcycles, India is well positioned to lead the shift to sustainable consumer and B2B transportation,” said founder and CEO of Gogoro Horace Luke. “The Gogoro CrossOver series embodies everything our brand has come to stand for and the new made-in-India CrossOver GX250 is optimised for riders in India with more seating space, greater storage and better ground clearance.”

The CrossOver series is built on a redesigned all-terrain frame that enables increased rigidity and comfort while offering a variety of storage, riding and customisation capabilities. The CrossOver will be available in India in three models – the CrossOver GX250, CrossOver 50 and CrossOver S. The CrossOver GX250 is immediately available today with the CrossOver 50 and CrossOver S shipping later in 2024.

CrossOver GX250

Manufactured in Maharashtra, the CrossOver GX250 is optimised for various road conditions and adopts a newly developed all-terrain frame that provides increased rigidity for improved strength and stability. The new frame also provides 176mm of ground clearance, the highest in Gogoro’s current vehicle line-up.

The CrossOver GX250 utilises a 2.5kW Direct Drive that provides a top speed of 60kph+ and a certified range of 111km. The CrossOver GX250’s new frame design greatly increases the durability of the suspension system and accommodates larger loads while emphasising comfort and stability.

Designed to adapt to various riding scenarios, the CrossOver GX250 provides passenger riding space as well as ample storage options with a new mounting point expansion system that includes 26 locking points. With the ability to leverage four cargo areas including a platform design headlight, foot, seat and rear cargo space, the CrossOver GX250 can easily accommodate most storage needs. To carry more, the rear seat can be flipped up or removed to add cargo storage as needed.

In August, the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) certified the CrossOver GX250 for India. In November, Gogoro became the first foreign two-wheel OEM to be recognised by the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) that entitled the CrossOver GX250 for its EV financing programmes.

“There has been significant demand in India for Gogoro battery swapping, Smartscooters and technologies and we are excited to be launching commercially with a variety of partners,” said Luke. “On average, last mile delivery riders ride more than six-times the distance as consumer riders, so enabling these delivery riders to adopt smart sustainable electric transportation can have an accelerated impact on a city.”

Also see: 

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Gogoro to invest over USD 1.5 billion in Maharashtra

Gogoro to start EV production in India by mid-2023




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