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Tata and GS Yuasa launch Velocity Plus Batteries for two wheelers

Tata and GS Yuasa launch Velocity Plus Batteries for two wheelers

Snapshot: Tata and GS Yuasa foray into VRLA batteries for motorcycles and scooters.

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Tata along with the GS Yuasa of Japan has launched an new range of batteries that would cater to the demand in the motorcycles and scooter segment. The 50:50 joint venture between the companies is already manufacturing the four-wheeler batteries and have been fairly successful.

The VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead-Acid) batteries launched by the company will be sold under the name – ‘Tata Green Batteries’. The various capacities (3AH, 3.5AH and 5AH) would be able to cater a very wide range of two-wheelers.

At the launch, Mr Arijit Dutta CEO of Tata Autocomp GY Batteries was present and said: “Recently the industry has seen a shift from conventional to VRLA range of batteries in the two wheeler segment. The Velocity Plus VRLA batteries from Tata Green Batteries are technologically superior, longer lasting, safe and designed keeping the Indian consumer’s demands in mind.”

According to the company, VRLA batteries perform better in all weather conditions in comparison to the conventional batteries and also long lasting.   

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