Made in Pakistan competitor electric scooter of “Vespa” presented in Auto Show

After a spectacular 3-day run, the Pakistan Auto Parts Show (PAPS) has come to an end. Thousands of people attended the festival, which was held from July 29 to July 31 and featured well over 100 stalls and businesses. With their assortment of electric and gasoline-powered two- and three-wheelers, New Asia arrived on the scene. Along with hanging motorcycles and an electric-blue scooter on a revolving platform, New Asia was also providing test drives of its locally built scooters.

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New Asia Motorcycles company

When New Asia was first established in 2002, it began by producing body parts and accessories for the Vespa Piaggio, a significant fixture on Pakistani roads. Later, they expanded into building regional parts for 75, 100, and 125cc motorcycles, which were also sold to significant businesses at the time.

The public reacted favorably to New Asia’s CNG rickshaws in 2009 as opposed to those of its rivals. Following this achievement, the business went on to produce freight loaders and motorcycles. Due to its longevity and general polish, New Asia has a reputation as a brand you can trust over time.

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The Ramza scooter

To adhere to the event’s “Made in Pakistan” concept, New Asia is debuting its Ramza series of scooters, which are entirely constructed from locally made parts.

The company “spent three years in research and development” prior to working on the scooters, according to Mr. Asad Ali Rizvi, GM Sales and Marketing. The scooters are essentially contemporary Vespas and are available in both gasoline and electric versions. The Ramza name, named for the company’s chairman, appears on the logo, which is similar to the original Vespa emblem. The paint job, according to the business, is available in a wide range of hues, including electric blue, vibrant pink, and sky blue.

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Rizvi contends that electric vehicles are the way of the future and calls for the introduction of an increasing number of EVs in Pakistan, citing the justified cause of rising gas prices. He adds that New Asia is currently addressing the urgent needs for electric bikes and rickshaws in the nation.


  • Engine: 100cc
  • Motor: 1500W
  • Battery: 72v 26ah
  • Range: 80km per charge
  • Charging time: 4-5 hours
  • Storage box under the seat
  • Automatic transmission
  • 90% locally assembled
  • 100% spare parts availability throughout Pakistan

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