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Indian startup's AI scooter predicts upcoming potholes

Twenty Two Motors sets second funding round to expand distribution

Twenty Two Motors' co-founders Parveen Kharb, right, and Vijay Chandrawat with their Flow smart electric scooter at the startup's headquarters in Manesar in northern India.
Twenty Two Motors' co-founders Parveen Kharb, right, and Vijay Chandrawat with their Flow smart electric scooter at the startup's headquarters in Manesar in northern India. (Photo by Kiran Sharma)

NEW DELHI -- As the Indian government promotes a shift to electric vehicles to cut fuel imports and pollution, several newcomers are emerging to take up the challenge.

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