The Swedish premium lightweight electric motorcycle manufacturer CAKE has announced its entry into the Indian market. The first step is an introduction of 250 bikes from the model Makka, but more models are expected to follow.
CAKE produces electric motorcycles, and mopeds, with a clear mission to inspire a zero-emission society. This is done by offering electric bikes that are built in a modular way, minimising complexity and reducing the number of moving parts.
In 2020 and 2021, CAKE was identified as one of the world’s most innovative companies by Fast Company. In 2021, CAKE was rewarded with Time Magazine’s 100 most important inventions award.
Now, the company founded in Sweden in 2016 is aiming for the world. The entry in India is the sixth in a new market since autumn 2022; Cake has previously signed deals with companies in South Korea, Japan, Greece, Mexico and China. To make the entry into the Indian market, CAKE has partnered with Pepfuels, an ONGC-funded entity, under the brand name CollarEV.
The first bikes are planned to be delivered this August.