The Kinetic Luna, with its design, created a sensation in the market in the 1990s. Although it was discontinued more than two decades ago, lucky individuals can still spot one or two Luna mopeds on the road. Manufactured by Kinetic in partnership with Honda, this two-wheeler is still remembered in most households. Now, Kinetic focuses on producing electric scooters and two-wheelers.

Kinetic Green’s founder and CEO, Sulajja Firodia Motwani, has confirmed the return of the Luna in its electric avatar. The electric Luna is set to be launched in India by March 2024. Kinetic has already obtained the necessary government approvals and has even secured approval for the FAME project by the central government. Following the launch of the Zulu e-scooter, Kinetic Green is preparing for the launch of another new model in India.

The management of the company stated, “We are receiving positive feedback from our customers, which has encouraged us. We are striving to bring back the lost charm of the Luna.” However, this is not the end for Kinetic. The company has prepared its roadmap for the next five years. Motwani hopes that the introduction of various electric vehicles by Kinetic Green in the next five years will create a buzz in the Indian market.

At present, the company is working on a high-performance scooter with a longer wheelbase, capable of reaching speeds of 80 to 90 kilometers per hour. Additionally, an L5 named passenger vehicle is also in the works. Kinetic Green aims to sell 1 million electric vehicles by the fiscal year 2030, which will generate a business of Rs 10,000 crores for the company. Motwani clarified that their focus is not only on electric mopeds and scooters but also on electric motorcycles.

With the re-launch of the electric Luna and the development of other electric vehicles, Kinetic Green is set to revolutionize the Indian automobile market in the coming years.


– Kinetic Luna, which was a popular two-wheeler in the 1990s, is making a comeback in an electric avatar.
– The electric version of Kinetic Luna will be launched in India by March 2024.
– The company has received the necessary government approvals and is preparing to launch a new model after the Zulu e-scooter.
– The management is hopeful of a positive response from buyers and is focused on bringing back the joy of using Luna.
– The company has plans to sell 1 million electric vehicles by the financial year 2030, with a focus on e-mopeds, e-scooters, and e-motorcycles.
– A high-performance scooter and a passenger vehicle named L5 are also in the works.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.