Twenty Two Motors raises $1.6 million

Gurugram-based Twenty Two Motors has raised $1.6 million in its pre-series A round funding led by Haryana Industries chief executive officer Ishwar Singh.

Farhaan Shabbir, former director of Harley-Davidson, also joined the investment round to further strengthen his belief in the startup company he joined as a founding member, a release said.
Twenty Two Motors was incorporated in August 2016 by Parveen Kharb and Vijay Chandrawat with the aim of making cutting-edge electric vehicle (EV) technology affordable for the current generation.  The company promises to deliver India’s first truly smart scooter to the masses in Q1, 2018, the release added.

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