Electric scooters are the new craze. After the rise in petrol prices, people have started taking them more seriously. This is the reason why companies are also wooing new markets in the electric scooter market. Apart from traditional brands, startups here have also tried their best to hold on. In this episode, Nisiki Technologies has unveiled two new scooters in India. Named Poise NX-120 and Grace, these electric scooters come with swappable batteries. Their range is up to 140km. Both the models are available in five color options. The Poise NX-120 is priced at Rs 1,24,000, while the Grace is priced at Rs 1,04,000. These are ex-showroom prices.
Being equipped with a swappable battery, the range of Poise NX-120 and Grace e-scooters can be increased. The interesting thing is both of these models The battery can be charged from 220V mains installed in the house. Nisiki Technologies says that it is also developing the Zuink e-scooter. It can deliver speeds of up to 90 km/h, while the maximum speed of 55 km/h is available with the Poise NX-120 and Grace e-scooter.
The Poise NX-120 and Grace e-scooters get Bluetooth connectivity, USB charging port, tubeless tyres, effective front and rear braking systems besides ample legroom for rider and passenger. These electric scooters are manufactured at the company’s Bangalore facility. It has a capacity of 30,000 electric vehicles in the year 2022. This will be increased to about 100,000 electric vehicles by next year.
The company’s managing director, Vital Bellador, says they aim to strike a balance between technology, cost and sustainability. Linking this with the Swachh Bharat Mission, he said that the demand for electric vehicles has increased in all segments. The company is partnering with swapping stations and P2P charging partners to provide charging points across the country. With this, the Poise NX-120 and Grace e-scooters will get battery swapping support across the country. Nisiki Technologies says that it is also developing the Zuink e-scooter. No information has been given regarding its launch yet.