More than 5.5 million people die prematurely each year due to air pollution with over half of those deaths occurring in China and India, two of the world’s fastest-growing economies. Air pollution caused by gas exhaust from gasoline vehicles has become a serious problem causing many to cover their faces with masks while riding on the street.
The REVolution from traditional gasoline-powered vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs) has been a gradual process for some – and an exciting leap for others. With increasing innovation and environmental awareness, EVs have never been more safer, sleeker, or exciting to drive.
Boasting features like immediate torque, silent ride, and premium performance, EVs also have lower fuel and maintenance costs. And consumers ultimately garner social pride and responsibility from creating a better, healthier planet. For all of these reasons and more, EVs have caught the attention of commuters. We at Gayam Motor Works (GMW) launched India’s first electric three-wheeler powered by Li-Ion battery in 2015. With our proprietary battery swapping technology, refueling time can be reduced from hours (of charging) to less than a minute (by swapping).
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To make future of transportation smart and electric
To accelerate the growth of sustainable transport by bringing compelling electric vehicles to market.
Gayam Motor Works (GMW) has been established in 2010 by Gayam Brothers with a vision to make the future of transportation smart and electric.
GMW gets certified by ICAT (International Center for Automotive Technology). ICAT’s mission is to assist industry in adopting cutting edge technology in component and vehicle development and to adopt world class work practices in technology services and innovation.
GMW is a continuation of the contribution being made by predecessors of Gayam brothers to the automobile manufacturing industry for the past 28 years. Gayam brothers took up their father’s bus body building unit to pursue their vision for electric vehicles and started GMW in 2010. The company has a track record of exporting vehicles to more than 15 emerging countries.