In early 2020, two of the country’s leading automakers, TVS Motors and Bajaj Auto, entered the automotive segment. Both companies launched their only electric scooter iQube and Chetak. But in terms of sales, TVS iQube has made another new breakthrough. The company has sold a total of 1,110 units of this scooter.
TVS iQube outperformed Bajaj Chetak in terms of sales last March. Bajaj Chetak sold 90 units in March while 355 units were sold in March. It is worth noting here that Bajaj Auto recently recaptured Chetak’s booking and the booking was canceled within 48 hours due to heavy demand.
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TVS recently launched its iQube electric scooter in Delhi, priced at Rs 1,08,012. This price includes all insurance and registration of the scooter. The scooter is priced at Rs 1,36,077. But when buying this scooter, the additional subsidy is being paid by the FAME project and the state government.
The company used a 4.4 kW electric motor on the new TVS iQube electric scooter. The scooter delivers a range of up to 75 km on a single charge and speeds of up to 78 km / h. This scooter is capable of capturing speeds up to 40 kilometers per hour in just 4.2 seconds. It uses a 2.25kWh capacity lithium-ion battery pack.
The company has designed this scooter on a special Smart Connect platform. It also features advanced TFT cluster and connectivity features. The scooter can also be connected to a mobile app, giving the driver information such as geo-fencing, remote battery charger states, navigation assist, last parking space, incoming call / message.