Tokyo's Terra Motors Decided the World's First Mass Production of Electric 3-Wheelers in Asia

Terra Motors decided the world's first mass production of Electric 3-wheelers that can be charged by AC power. They aim at starting the mass-production of 10,000-sets scale par year in 2013, and their main markets are Asian countries.

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Tokyo's Terra Motors

Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) April 26, 2013

Terra Motors decided the world's first mass production of Electric 3-wheelers which can be charged by AC power. Terra Motors' prototype is completed this April, and they plan to produce 10,000 sets of electric 3-wheelers in 2013.

In Asian countries, 3-wheeler market has expanded rapidly, because it is cheap and freight is large, compare to cars. For example, in India, the number of three-wheelers is increasing twice by these five-years. And the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh also shows the same transition.

It is thought that electric-ization of the three-wheel taxi in Asia progresses rapidly, because of aggravation of air pollution, the high price and constant shortage of gasoline. For example, in India, gasoline cost has increased also 2.5 times by these ten-years, so the demand to the cut in fuel consumption by electric-izing is serious. By replacing a three-wheel taxi to electric one, the annual income of taxi driver can be raised by about 3 times. They plan to establish branch office in India in this summer, and aim at world top share acquisition in 2014.

About Terra Motors
Terra Motors Corporation has the largest market share of electric motorcycle in Japan

Company Name    Terra Motors Corporation
Foundation    April 2010
CEO & Founder    Toru Tokushige
Office    34-5,Udagawa-cho,Shibuya-ku,Tokyo 150-0042, Japan
Factory    Vietnam / Philippines
Paid in Capital    6.621 million yen
Business Design, Manufacturing, Selling and Service for electric vehicle
Share Holders    (exp.)
Nobuyuki Idei(Former President of Sony)
Kenji Yamamoto(Former Vice President of Apple)
Koichiro Tsujino(Former Presient of Google Japan)
Masaru Murai(Former president of Compaq Computer Co.,Ltd.)


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