TVS iQube electric scooter launched in Delhi1 min read . Updated: 04 Feb 2021, 04:01 PM IST
TVS iQube e-scooter will rival the likes of the new Bajaj Chetak electric.
- It will be available in select TVS dealerships across the National Capital Region.
TVS Motor Company on Thursday announced the launch of its iQube electric scooter in New Delhi. The scooter will be available in select dealerships across the National Capital Region, at an on-road price of ₹1,08,012 (post FAME & Delhi state subsidy).
The TVS iQube Electric was originally launched in Bengaluru exactly a year ago.
The company says that it has 'seen an enthusiastic response from customers despite the pandemic.'
TVS's battery-powered scooter comes equipped with 4.4 kW electric motor which pushes the two-wheeler across the 40 kmph line in just 4.2 seconds. It has a top speed of 78 kmph and goes 75 km in one full battery charge cycle.
Commenting on the launch, Shri. K.N. Radhakrishnan, Director & Chief Executive Officer, TVS Motor Company, said, “TVS Motor Company is driven by Customer-Centric Innovation. As India moves ahead, its mobility solutions would increasingly be total experience-led, and nowhere is this felt sharper than among the youth of India. Our focus on the ‘Green & Connected’ youth of India is embodied in the first of the TVS Electric portfolio."
In terms of features, the scooter comes with company's next-gen TVS SmartXonnect platform and also benefits from an advanced TFT cluster and TVS iQube app. The connectivity app enables multiple features such as Geo-fencing, Navigation Assist, Remote Battery Charge Status, Last park location, Incoming call alerts/SMS alerts among others. It also benefits from innovative features such as Day and Night display, Q-park assist, Multi-select economy and power mode, and Regenerative braking.
“TVS iQube Electric is a blend of an advanced electric drivetrain and the next-gen TVS SmartXonnect platform. After its success in Bengaluru, we are thrilled to bring our iQube to Delhi, and are confident to scale great heights," Radhakrishnan added.