These Made in Pakistan Electric Bikes Are Cheaper Than Usual Motorcycles

We finally have a local manufacturer for Electronic Bikes in Pakistan. They have successfully produced fully operational e-bikes while opting for only locally available resources.

Jolta International, a firm based out of Bahria Town Rawalpindi, recently showcased three e-bikes in Gwadar.

Jolta is launching three commercial variants of electronic bikes in Pakistan, the E70, E100 and E125. While many details are yet to be finalized, Jolta told ProPakistani that the base model, i.e. E70 will be retailed in Pakistan for an estimated Rs. 35,000.

Sporting a shape that is found in conventional motorcycles, Jolta’s e-bikes are claimed as environmentally friendly, fuel-free, smoke-free, noiseless, and pollution free.

Jolta said that its e-bikes are highly cost effective and are tailored specifically for the Pakistani audience.

Here are some additional details about the e-bikes:

  • E70
    • Charge Time: 5 Hours
    • Travel in one charge: 50KM
    • Electricity cost for one charge: Rs 15 (1.7 units)
    • Top Speed: 50km/hour
    • Price: Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000 (not finalized yet)
  • E100
    • Charge Time: 6 Hours
    • Travel in one charge: 70KM
    • Electricity cost for one charge: Rs 20 (2.5 units)
    • Top Speed: 60km/hour
    • Price: Not finalized yet
  • E125
    • Charge Time: 7-8 Hours
    • Travel in one charge: 120KM
    • Electricity cost for one charge: Rs 32 (4 units)
    • Top Speed: 80km/hour
    • Price: Not finalized yet

These e-bikes come with motorized engines, i.e. without any piston or fuel emissions.

Here are the complete specifications:


Jolta International, while speaking with ProPakistani, said that it is all set to commercially roll-out its e-bikes in Pakistan. Without telling a deadline, the company said that Pakistani consumers can expect Jolta e-bikes to be in stores within the next couple of months. It also noted that all the features and specifications are expected to be refined and enhanced with time.

Company has already secured a deal for delivery of 2,500 e-bikes for Gwadar Free Zone Company to make it a pollution free and emission free region.

Jolta International Signing a Contract with Gwader Free Zone Company

Company said that it has plans to invest $10 million in Pakistan in two phases by setting up an assembly unit followed by a manufacturing unit.

Jolta said that it also intends to produce e-cars and and shuttle buses down the line.

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