TVS iQube Electric scooter can be booked through TVS Motor Company’s website for a token amount of Rs 5,000.
The TVS iQube Electric is equipped with three lithium-ion battery packs covered in an aluminium case.
- The TVS iQube Electric is priced at Rs 1,10,898 (on-road, Pune).
- The iQube Electric employs a Bosch-sourced hub-mounted 4.4kW BLDC motor.
- The electric scooter can accelerate from 0 to 40kmph in 4.2 seconds.
After Bengaluru and Delhi, TVS Motor Company has launched the iQube Electric scooter in Pune now. The TVS iQube Electric is available at select dealerships in the city at an on-road price of Rs 1,10,898 following FAME II and Maharashtra state subsidies.
The iQube Electric scooter can be booked through TVS Motor Company’s website for a token amount of Rs 5,000. The company has made the entire purchasing process digital and introduced a contactless vehicle delivery service. The customers can avail various finance schemes offered by TVS Credit.
The TVS iQube Electric employs a Bosch-sourced hub-mounted 4.4kW BLDC motor. It can accelerate from 0 to 40kmph in 4.2 seconds and has a claimed top speed of 78kmph. The scooter is equipped with three lithium-ion battery packs covered in an aluminium case. With a combined capacity of 2,250Wh, the Li-ion battery packs enable it to achieve a maximum range of 75km in a single full charge.
The suspension duties in the iQube Electric scooter are performed by a telescopic set up at the front and hydraulic twin shocks at the rear. The 12-inch alloy wheels are shod with tubeless tyres. There is a 220mm disc at the front and a 130mm drum at the rear. The overall weight of the scooter is 118kg, while the ground clearance is 150mm.
The TVS iQube Electric comes with a crystal-clear LED headlamp and LED tail lamp. The all-digital TFT instrument panel looks impressive and displays speed, range, charge level and riding modes, among others. The electric scooter boasts multi-ride modes (economy and power) and regenerative braking. With the Q-park assist feature, it can be moved both forward and backward.
Like most modern electric scooters, the iQube Electric is also a connected model. The next-gen TVS SmartXonnect technology allows the rider to connect the iQube Electric with a smartphone via the TVS iQube app and use a plethora of features like geofencing, live tracking and navigation assist.
The TVS iQube Electric was introduced in Bengaluru in January 2020 and Delhi in February 2021.
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