Okinawa Autotech has introduced the inauguration of its very first-ever overseas R&D centre in Italy, Europe. The new R&D Centre will be run in a joint-venture amongst Okinawa and Tacita, an Italian two-wheeler manufacturing company that would make electric motorcycles. The R&D Centre will be headed by Pierpaolo Rigo, Co-founder, Tacita and operate in tandem with Okinawa’s regional R&D staff.

Jeetender Sharma, MD & Founder, of Okinawa Autotech said, “As a foremost producer of electrical autos in India, the firm is focused on strengthening the EV ecosystem. The enterprise has invested Rupees Five Billion alongside with our crucial stakeholders to the advancement of new products and solutions, manufacturing facilities, network expansion and model setting up around the previous five yrs. Location up the worldwide R&D centre showcases our ambition to deliver the best technologies from the total environment to our Indian customers. The centre will be operating on producing futuristic systems for following-gen electrical motor vehicles. We appreciate the assistance been given from our associate Tacita in acquiring our very first substantial-pace electrical cruiser motorbike for the Indian and international sector. We are fired up to convey this item to India to support us further reinforce our presence in electrical two-wheeler market.”

Along with the inauguration announcement, Okinawa has also announced that the initial merchandise, the world-wide R&D group will be operating on, is an electrical cruiser motorcycle. Okinawa suggests that it will be unveiled in India in the coming months and will be equipped with the most recent technology, with good performance. Okinawa will make investments up to 25 million Euros in the new R&D Centre in excess of a interval of three decades, in direction of progress of new products and solutions and a manufacturer-new electric powered powertrain that will be utilized in Okinawa’s subsequent-era vehicles.

The new R&D centre will hire just about 50 experts from India and across the world. Okinawa and Tacita will also have an staff exchange system, which will assist nurture the skillset of the staff.