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Bengaluru: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highway Nitin Gadkari with Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeduyurappa (2nd L) and TVS Motor Company Chairman Venu Srinivasan (L) during the launch of the TVS iQube electric scooter in Bengaluru, Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020. (PTI Photo/Shailendra Bhojak) (PTI)
Bengaluru: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highway Nitin Gadkari with Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeduyurappa (2nd L) and TVS Motor Company Chairman Venu Srinivasan (L) during the launch of the TVS iQube electric scooter in Bengaluru, Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020. (PTI Photo/Shailendra Bhojak) (PTI)

TVS Motor forays into electric two-wheeler segment, launches e-scooter iQube

  • The company also announced the launch of home charging and public charging support for its customers.

Bengaluru, Jan 25 (PTI) TVS Motor Company on Saturday said it has forayed into electric segment with the launch of an e-scooter, priced at 1.15 lakh.

Equipped with 4.4 kw electric motor, the TVS iQube Electric can achieve a top speed of 78 kmph with a range of 75 kms in one full charge.

The scooter can accelerate from of 0 to 40 kmph in 4.2 seconds.

The model also comes with TVS SmartXonnect platform which encompasses multiple features such as geo-fencing, remote battery charge navigation, among others.

The electric scooter was launched by Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.

"We will be ready with capacity this month for 1,000 vehicles a month to begin with and this month alone we hope to sell in the next few days, over 100 vehicles in Bengaluru," TVS Motor Company Chairman Venu Srinivasan told reporters here.

He said, the vehicle was "entirely made in and by India."

The company also announced the launch of home charging and public charging support for its customers.

Complimenting TVS Motor Company for the launch of e- scooter, Gadkari said the product was export worthy, which would help in creation of more jobs.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.

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