About Us

H-28, Site C, Surajpur Industrial Area, Greater Noida, UP-201306





  • EVMINDA has launched E vehicles specifically designed for the Indian conditions. It is designed developed and produced in India under the “Make in India” program of Government of India and is ICAT approved. We are a fast evolving and expanding start up based in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. It is a part of the GKMINDA Group of Companies. Having worked in the electric vehicle space since 2015, our founding team stepped up to do our bit – to make electric vehicles affordable for all.
  • Presently we have e-scooters, e-Rickshaws, Lithium Ion batteries for e vehicles in our portfolio to cover a diverse range of users from college/tuition- going youth, the people who have local travel for shopping needs, to people commuting to work.
  •  India has made a strong commitment to electric mobility. The country’s EV transition is gaining traction due to demand creation and domestic manufacturing. Simultaneously, the market for electric mobility in India is growing, enabled by policy, compelling and improving economics

The electric vehicle industry in India

The electric vehicle industry in India is picking pace with 100% FDI possible, new manufacturing hubs, and increased push to improving charging infrastructure.
The Government released a two-pronged strategy aimed at both buyers and manufacturers, in which it offers $1.4 billion in subsidies to buyers, while imposing a hike on import tariffs to increase manufacturing of these vehicles by domestic companies. The Government is mainly focusing to electrify public transportation as the subsidies, mainly available for two-wheelers, three-wheelers, and buses. This policy also earmarks $140 million to develop charging infrastructure which should further help the development of the EV industry in India. On 14 December 2018, the government also released a document which outlines the standard and guidelines for EV Charging infrastructure. Beyond the specifications of the charging infrastructure, the guidelines also required a charging station to be present every 25 km along a road/highway.
The National Electric Mobility Mission Plan, 2020 was launched by the Government of India in year 2012 with the aim of improving the national fuel security through the promotion of hybrid and electric vehicles. Auto industry contributes 22% to the manufacturing GDP. From the help of new Manufacturing Policy, contribution of manufacturing in overall economy will increase to 25% by year 2022.