DAO EVTech has announced in EVEXPO 2019 which is taking place in New Delhi from 20th to 22nd December that they will be entering India in 2020 with their electric two-wheeles and will launch their first product. DAO EVTech is participating in this exhibition and showcasing their products for the first time.
While talking about the upcoming product, Lana Zou, COO (Chief Operating Officer) said, “We are aware that soon many challenges are coming our way like infrastructure issues, people’s perception about e-vehicles and rests. And trust me, we are prepared to face any of them. I’m sure that our product’s designs will change the view of the audience at the very first look. We are making Internet Empowered Vehicles by developing and taking the new technologies into India for the first time. Our warranty program will be the best on the market which comes from our rigorous product development and manufacturing process. Most important, we are making a global team, local services for after-sales support. We are providing convenient, durable and technologically advanced eco-friendly products.”
According to reports, DAO EVTech has decided to start from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states because of the rich country market reflected by the Rice Bowl of India and affluent middle class created from global outsourcing service. Michael Liu said, “After gaining 25 years of work experience in the global electric motorcycles industry, we decided to enter the Indian market with three objectives. First, we want to ride into a green future with Indian customers because, at the early stage of urbanization of India, urbanization only 27%, Delhi and other major cities have to become very polluted cities in the world. We can not imagine how we can ride into the future once the urbanization rate gets to 50% and above. At that time, pollution will be much worse. We need to act NOW! We answer that changing riding habits and vehicles. Second, we believe that Indian customer deserves the best, 60% of country GDP generated from the outsourcing industry, consumers are well educated and explore to the best practices of the world, therefore, we are stretching to the world, taking the manufacturing expertise from China and customer services, dealer management experience from the U.S to India. Third, India is only one major global economy with an average age below 30, therefore, to encourage and foster entrepreneurs is our mission. We will develop dealer from young professional and train, develop them into great successful entrepreneurs.”