Revolutionize The Traditional Rides With These Electric Scooters

Sristi Singh By Sristi Singh - Content Writer
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Revolutionize The Traditional Rides With These Electric Scooters, The proliferation of electric vehicles in India has steadily risen, spurred by government subsidy policies aimed at bolstering their adoption, environmental concerns regarding pollution, and escalating petrol prices. Consequently, a significant surge in electric two-wheelers, notably electric scooters and bikes, has become prevalent on the roads.

In the premium segment, electric scooter buyers in India with budgets exceeding Rs 1 lakh have an array of options to choose from. Foremost among these are the offerings from Ola Electric Company, which enjoy considerable popularity. Additionally, electric scooters from renowned companies such as TVS Motor Company, Bajaj, Ather Energy, and Simple Energy are highly sought after for their sporty and stylish designs, advanced features, impressive battery range, and high-speed capabilities. Let’s see various premium Electric scooters that will suit your budget and will provide you with convenient and comfortable rides.

Ola S1 Pro

Ola S1 Pro is a premium electric scooter and its best-seller. The ex-showroom price of Ola S1 Pro is Rs 1.40 lakh and it can run more than 150 kilometers on a single full charge. Its power has increased to 11 kW (peak) or 14.7 bhp, while continuous power output from the mid-drive electric motor is 5 kW (6.7 bhp). In contrast, the Gen1 S1 Pro offered a peak power of 6 kW (8 bhp) and a continuous power of 2.7 kW (3.6 bhp). 0-40 kmph now comes in 2.6 seconds, while 0-60 kmph on the scooter comes in 4.3 seconds.

TVS iQube Electric

The TVS iQube ST boasts innovative features, including a groundbreaking 7-inch TFT touchscreen with interactive 5-way joystick functionality. Its intelligent ride connectivity offers music controls, vehicle health monitoring, 4G telematics, and proactive notifications, including over-the-air updates. The TVS iQube S variant is equipped with a 3.4 kWh TVS motor-designed battery, delivering a single-charge on-road range of 100 kilometers. The TVS iQube ranks among the top-selling electric scooters, with ex-showroom prices ranging from Rs 1.25 lakh to Rs 1.61 lakh. The TVS iQube Electric offers a range of up to 100 kilometers on a single charge.

Ather 450 X

Ather Energy’s impressive electric scooter, the Dhansu, has an ex-showroom price ranging from Rs 1.28 lakh to Rs 1.49 lakh. Its battery provides a remarkable range of up to 165 kilometers on a single charge. Regarding speed, the scooter offers different top speeds across its various modes. In the high-speed driving mode, known as Warp mode, we achieved a top speed of 90 kmph while driving the Ather 450X. In its basic mode, ECO, the top speed recorded was 50 Kmph. Meanwhile, in Ride mode, the Ather 450X reaches a top speed of 65 kmph.

Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj’s popular electric scooter, the Chetak Electric, has an ex-showroom price ranging from Rs 1.22 lakh to Rs 1.43 lakh. It boasts a range of up to 90 kilometers on a single charge. The company has engineered the scooter with precision, incorporating a robust motor that delivers 7.5 bhp and 10.8 Newton meters of torque. Charging the battery takes approximately 3.5 to four hours. Despite the company’s claim of a 90-kilometer range, our test drive revealed a range of between 80 to 85 kilometers. To enhance battery range, regenerative technology has been integrated, allowing the battery to recharge while driving, especially during traffic or other driving conditions.

Vida V1

Vida V1 has been launched in two variants – Plus and Pro. The Vida V1 Plus is priced at Rs 1.45 lakh (ex-showroom) and the Vida V1 Pro is priced at Rs 1.59 lakh (ex-showroom). This premium electrical vehicle comes with a fast charging network, an extended battery warranty, and different charging ranges depending on different variants.  The lower Plus variant comes with a smaller 3.44kWh battery pack, while the higher Pro variant gets a larger 3.94kWh battery pack. Vida V1 is embraced with a variety of features which includes  three riding modes, keyless operation, LED lighting, an anti-theft system, and cruise control, as well as connected features like turn-by-turn navigation, geofencing, and bike tracking

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By Sristi Singh Content Writer
I'm Sristi Singh, an expert in computer technology and AI. Adhering to Google's E-A-T policy, I ensure authoritative content. As a Computer Science Engineer with a journalism degree, I excel in conveying complex tech trends in an engaging manner. My dedication reflects in bridging the gap between intricate technology and my audience.
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