Impossible Pleases Us, Always

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Aryabhatta Motors has reimagined the engineering behind building a two wheeler, how it is designed and assembled, and how it is managed post assembly in order to solve the inefficiencies and pain points that have plagued the two wheeler automotive industry. Aryabhatta Motors refuses to accept conventional wisdom. Our mindset, technology and approach are laser focused to build a two wheeler in the shortest possible time and at the lowest possible cost.

Aryabhatta Motors, a new direct to consumer automotive brand shall design and sell ready-to-assemble modules that could be assembled by the customer or technician. The scooter modules are shipped and arrive packed that can actually be carried walkup by just one human. It assembles in five minutes with no tools and can be easily disassembled.

First, price–performance ratio needs to improve.

Aryabhatta Motors proposes ready-to-assemble modules that can be assembled together by the customer with no tools which eliminates the need of the factory. Our Modular designs will be done in such a way that you can stack modules on top of one another. This will save on storage and transportation costs

Secondly, charging times.

Developed an Inhouse battery chemistry that can charge from 0% to 90% under 10 minutes.

Thirdly, performance.

System efficiency can be accomplished when subsystems are streamlined to be efficient. Aryabhatta Motor's approach is that we don't place reliance on others to do innovation for our system, as we are cognizant about our system.

  • Battery Cell Chemistry
  • Hubless Motor
  • Thermal Management System
  • Battery Management System
  • Traction Inverter

Appearance and Technology– Eyes are useless when appearance just makes an impression, without making any impact. Technology should be a subtle approach to bridge the Human – Nature Relationship.



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  • Name:
    Vidyadhar Gurram
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      CAD Design , FEA, Motor Design, Electronics Designing Simulation
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