After a three-day successful event, the Pakistan Auto Parts Show has now concluded. The event was held from the 29th through the 31st July and saw thousands of visitors. There were well over 100 stalls and companies
. With their range of petrol and electric two-wheelers as well as three-wheelers, New Asia was present. New Asia also offered test rides on locally built scooters. A stall displayed hanging motorbikes as well as an electric-blue scooter on a rotating platform.
New Asia was founded in 2002 and began by manufacturing body parts and accessories to the Vespa Piaggio. This iconic scooter is a mainstay on the roads of Pakistan. The company then expanded into the assembly of local parts for motorbikes 75, 100 and 125cc, which was also supplied to major corporations at that time.
New Asia launched its own line CNG rickshaws in 2009 to a favorable response from the public. After this success, New Asia began producing cargo loaders and motorbikes. New Asia has been a trusted name over the years due to their quality and durability.
New Asia will introduce its Ramza series scooters. They are entirely made from local parts, keeping true to the “Made in Pakistan” theme.
According to Mr. Asad Rizvi, GM Sales and Marketing, the company spent three years researching and developing the scooters. The scooters are available in petrol or electric versions. They look very much like modern Vespas.
The company’s chairman named the logo Ramza. It is similar to the Vespa logo. The company claims that it is available in many colors, including sky blue, vivid pink and electric blue.
Specs at A Glance:
- Engine: 100cc
- Motor: 1500W
- Battery: 72v 26ah
- Range: 80km per charge
- Charging time: 4-5 Hours
- Storage box underneath the seat
- Transmission by automatic
- 90% of the components are locally made
- All spare parts are available in Pakistan
Rizvi believes that the future is electric. He says more EVs should come to Pakistan. Rizvi also stated that Pakistan is in desperate need of rickshaw and electric bikes, which New Asia is currently attending.
What do you think about New Asia’s decision to buy them? Are you going to buy them? What color caught your attention?