The TVS electric scooter is fairly easy on the pocket
Following the launch in Bengaluru last year, TVS has now debuted the iQube Electric in Delhi at Rs 1,08,012 (on-road, including FAME and Delhi state subsidy). This is Rs 7,000 more economical than the price of its Bengaluru counterpart. Bookings have started for a token of Rs 5,000 over the brand’s website and across select dealerships in Delhi.
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iQube, the only e-scooter in TVS’s portfolio, is styled much like a conventional scooter. It gets LED lights all around and an illuminated logo. The TVS iQube Electric looks up-to-the-minute and packs an impressive TFT display with smartphone connectivity, which allows for features like navigation assist, geofencing, range indication, charge status, ride statistics, and overspeed alert.
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It is powered by a 4.4kW hub motor, capable of generating 140Nm at the wheel. TVS says the scooter can sprint from 0 to 40kmph in 4.2 seconds. The iQube boasts a top speed of 78kmph and a claimed range of 75km. The 2.2kWh lithium-ion battery takes about five hours for a full charge (but doesn’t get fast-charging capability, not even optional). Read our road test review of the TVS iQube Electric here.
Delhiites not only get SmartXonnect technology but can also charge the e-scooter at seven charging stations set up by TVS across the city. The company has also stated its plan to expand the public charging network via its dealers.
Currently, the TVS iQube Electric is the only e-scooter offered by a major manufacturer in the city. However, we may soon have the Bajaj Chetak Electric, Ather, and even the Suzuki Burgman Electric.