The Eider Leora is a retro styled scooter set to take on the Piaggio Vespa and will be priced around Rs. 50,000/- when launched.

Eider Leora Scooter Patent
The Eider Leora is powered by a 124.6cc single-cylinder engine producing around 7.5 PS

An upcoming two-wheeler manufacturer ‘Eider Motors’ came to our attention back in February this year when the automaker’s first dealership opened up in its home state of Telangana. Since then, the nascent automaker has been showcasing a host of products at its showrooms and is slowly expanding its base to other parts of the country including Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. While an official launch date for its operations is not yet in sight, we have learned that Eider Motors has patented the design for its retro-styled scooter Leora in India.

Seen here is the Eider Leora that has been on display at the company’s dealerships since a long time now. Getting a mildly Italian retro feel to its design, the Leora is here to take on the Piaggio Vespa, albeit with a smaller price tag. You get lots of chrome done up all around the scooter along with an old school styled carrier at the back. The scooter rides on alloy wheels and also gets a front disc brake as standard. Power on the Eider Leora comes from a 124.6cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine tuned to produce 7.5 PS of power and is paired to an automatic transmission.

Little is known about the other details of the Eider Leora as of now and we were hoping to get the complete specifications list at the time of launch. Speaking of which, the last time our friends spoke to Eider Motors, the company promised an official launch by mid-June this year. However, we still await communication from the company about its operations. To the extent we are aware of, Eider Motors has a lineup of two scooters and four motorcycles ranging from 107cc to 150cc. The company also showcased a 250cc bike at its dealership in April this year.

Eider Leora
The Eider Leora is expected to be priced around Rs. 50,000/-
Eider Leora Scooter
The products from Eider Motors trace its roots back to China