Again in 1999, an agreement was signed with Daelim Motor Company of South Korea to manufacture 4-stroke motorcycles. In 2000 the company was recognized by the Indian Ministry of Science and Technology for remarkable success in introducing new models/upgrades of scooters in the market with more fuel-efficient engines, new electrical systems, latest emission norms, upgraded technology, better styling etc., and that year entered the motorcycle market with upper end lifestyle bikes in 100cc, using 3-valve technology.
Freedom, LML's first deluxe commuter motorcycle in 110cc, was launched in 2002. The next year Spirit of Freedom (range expansion through colours) was launched. In 2004 the company introduced the LML Graptor, marking its entry into the 150cc lifestyle segment. It was the first indigenously designed bike from Ugoli,
As of July 2006, the company is under financial constraint. New finance has been invested by Credit Suisse and other institutions and the factory re opened in March 08 to manufacture geared Vespa style scooters, primarily for export only.
§ LML STAR 125 DLX
§ LML STELLA 150
§ LML BELLA DONNA 150 RV
§ LML NV