2022 TVS iQube electric scooter launched: Check prices, specs, features

Customers will be able to choose from three variants of the TVS iQube electric scooter based on range, storage, colours and connectivity features.
By : HT Auto Desk
| Updated on: 18 May 2022, 03:04 PM
While the base and S variants of the TVS iQube electric scooter offers 100 km of range on single charge, the top-of-line ST version offers 140 km of range.
While the base and S variants of the TVS iQube electric scooter offers 100 km of range on single charge, the top-of-line ST version offers 140 km of range.
While the base and S variants of the TVS iQube electric scooter offers 100 km of range on single charge, the top-of-line ST version offers 140 km of range.
While the base and S variants of the TVS iQube electric scooter offers 100 km of range on single charge, the top-of-line ST version offers 140 km of range.

TVS Motor Company on Wednesday launched the 2022 iQube electric scooter at a starting price of 98,564 (on-road, Delhi including FAME and state subsidy). The scooter has been launched in three variants - TVS iQube, iQube S and iQube ST. The price for the S version has been set at 1,08,690 (on-road, Delhi including FAME and state subsidy) while the price for the ST version has not been revealed yet.

Customers can book the iQube and iQube S starting today while the iQube ST can be pre-booked. Deliveries of the scooters will begin immediately. Both iQube and iQube S electric scooters are currently available in existing 33 cities, and will soon be available in 52 additional cities.

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The design of the 2022 iQube model has been inspired by three fundamental principles - choice, comfort and simplicity of operability. Customers will be able to choose from three variants of the electric scooter based on range, storage, colours and connectivity features. A choice between three variants of off-board chargers will be available depending on their needs - 650W, 950W and 1.5kW.

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TVS iQube Range and Top Speed: 

While the base and S variants of the scooter offers 100 km of range on single charge, the top-of-line ST version offers 140 km of range. The range of all three variants is higher as compared to the previous model which offers 75 km of range on single charge. Both iQube and iQube S will get a top speed of 78 km/h while the ST variant will get top speed of 82 km/h. 

TVS iQube: 

The base variant of 2022 TVs iQube gets 5-inch TFT screen with turn-by-turn navigation assist and comes in three colours. It comes with TVS Motor designed battery specification of 3.4 kWh. 

TVS iQube S: 

The iQube S gets the same battery but features a 7-inch TFT screen with an intuitive five-way joystick for interaction, music control, theme personalisation, proactive notifications including vehicle health. It comes in four colours. 

TVS iQube ST: 

Building on these features, the iQube ST is powered by TVS Motor designed 5.1 kWh battery pack. It hosts intelligent ride connectivity with 7-inch TFT touch screen with five-way joystick interactivity, music control, proactive notifications including vehicle health, 4G telematics and OTA updates. The scooter offers infinite theme personalisation, voice assist and TVS iQube Alexa skillset. It will come in four colour choices and two-helmet under-seat storage of 32 litres. 

The company had first launched the electric scooter in the Indian market two years back, taking its first step towards electrification. The two-wheeler maker claims that it has so far crossed three crore kilometres of electric commute on the Indian roads.

First Published Date: 18 May 2022, 02:20 PM IST
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