People fell in love with this electric scooter of TVS, it will get advanced features, know the price

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Breaking News (Bureau). TVS has launched the cheapest variant of its premium electric scooter iQube in the market. The company has launched this variant at an ex-showroom price of Rs 95,000. This cheap model is the base variant of this electric scooter. Let us tell you that now with this the price of TVS iQube (TVS iQube EV Scooter Price) starts from Rs 95,000 and goes up to Rs 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom).

Along with launching it, the company has also started booking it. It can also be booked at the company's official dealership or website.

Battery power and range

With the launch of the new variant, TVS iQube is now available in three battery pack options (TVS iQube EV Scooter Features). The base trim gets a 2.2kWh battery pack, which offers a range of 75 kilometers on a single charge. Whereas its top speed is 75 km/hour.

For those who want more power and range (TVS iQube EV Scooter Mileage), the company has also made this scooter available with 3.4kWh and 5.1kWh battery capacity. These trims offer an impressive range of 100 km and 150 km respectively on a full charge.

Features are advanced

The entry-level variant gets a 5-inch TFT display, through which customers get all the important information about the vehicle. This scooter has 32 liters of under seat storage where you can keep two helmets together. Its long seat is soft and comfortable. Small storage is also provided for other items. This scooter can be an economical option for daily use. The design of the scooter is not only stylish but it is also quite safe.

The real competition is with Ather

The direct competition of TVS iQube is Ather electric scooter. Recently, Ather has launched its new electric scooter Rizta. Its price starts from Rs 1.10 lakh. This scooter comes with two battery packs and its range goes up to 160 kilometers on a single charge. The company claims that it is perfect for the family. This scooter is good in terms of features and space. But it doesn't look very good.


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