The Kinetic Luna was launched in 1972. It was powered by a 50cc single-cylinder engine.
Kinetic Group plans to resurrect the ‘Luna’ brand. The popular moped is set to return as an all-electric model.
According to media reports, Kinetic has commenced production of the chassis and other assemblies. Components such as the main stand, side stand and swingarm are also ready. Technical details of the E-Luna are still unknown.
The Kinetic E-Luna will be manufactured at the brand’s assembly unit at Ahmednagar. The company has installed a new assembly line comprising of over 30 welding machines, a new paint shop as well as press and fabrication units. The facility is said to have an initial capacity of 5,000 units per month.
The Luna is one of the most iconic mopeds that was launched in 1972 and went out of production in the early 2000s. It was powered by a 50cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine.
Source: ET Auto