LML, which had maintained its dominance as the king of the two-wheeler market in the 90s, suddenly disappeared.

As the two-stroke scooter became obsolete and the market for budget motorcycles grew, the LML was left behind.

After discontinuing its flagship model Vespa, LML also tried in the motorcycle market and launched two motorcycles but people did not like them.

To regain its footing in the Indian market, this time LML has collaborated with German electric company Erockit. With this, the company is now preparing to launch a premium e-bike.

Some interesting details about LML Electric's plans for the Indian market have surfaced online

The company plans to launch the motorcycle in January 2023. At that time its distribution will also start

LML may once again face a tough competition from its old rival Bajaj

According to sources, the state-of-the-art plant will be spread over 170 acres of land and will be operational by 2023.