Ampere, the country’s leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer, has cut its vehicle prices drastically. The company’s performance division, which falls in the range of scooters, the Magnus and the enthusiast, costs around Rs 9,000. The recent revision in the FAME II policy has resulted in a reduction in the price of electric vehicles.
Electric scooters must meet certain criteria specified under the FAME II policy. By specific standards, an electric scooter must have a minimum speed of 40 km / h and a minimum driving range of 80 km / h. According to the policy, the buyer will pay Rs 15,000 per kilowatt. The newly reduced prices of electric scooters go into effect from June 11, 2021.
Both of these ampere electric scooters are similar to scooters in terms of appearance and design. The Magnus scooter features features such as remote keyless entry, combi-breaking system, daytime running lights, full-digital instrument cluster and USB charger. On the other hand, features like dual-speed mode, front glove box, daytime running lights and harmonic braking system are provided in the spirit.
Battery and driving range:
Both electric scooters have a detachable lithium-ion battery pack of 1.68 kW. It takes about five to six hours to fully charge. The company has 84 km for Magnus and 87 km for excitement. These e-scooters are controlled by the BLDC motor, which produces a maximum of 1200W of power. The company has been offering a three-year warranty on the battery and motor of these scooters.
According to information on the company’s official website, the price of the amp is Rs 59,990. (Ex-showroom, Delhi). On the other hand, you need to spend Rs 65,990 for a lithium-ion variant of Magnus. These prices are valid until June 30 and can be changed in the coming time, according to the website.