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The new TVS iQube electric scooter will be launched on May 18, will have a range of 123 km!

TVS has teased the new iQube electric scooter on its social media handle. Some glimpses of this upcoming scooter have also been shown in the teaser. The company has used the tagline The Power of 123 in this. The scooter will be launched on May 18, 2022 at 2:00 PM. It appears that this could be a new variant of the existing iQube electric scooter, which will come with a longer range and will also get some design changes.

TVS has shared a teaser video teaser on its Twitter handle, which shows some glimpses of the new electric scooter in red colour. This is iQube, whose current version is very much liked by Indians. Although the company has not revealed any specification of the scooter other than the design in this teaser video, but the story of 123 has been mentioned in the video, which could possibly be the range of the upcoming scooter. Let us know that the current model comes with a range of 75 km. It may happen that a bigger battery pack will be given in the upcoming scooter.

As we mentioned, the new 2022 TVS iQube electric scooter is scheduled to be launched tomorrow, i.e., May 18 at 2 PM. The launch is likely to reveal all the specifications of this scooter.

iQube is the only product in TVS’s electric two-wheeler portfolio. It competes with many other electric scooters in India including Ola S1 Pro, Ather 450 series, Bajaj Chetak EV.

Talking about the price of the current model, after FAME II and state government subsidies, it costs Rs 1,00,777 in Delhi.

Talking about the specifications, the current iQube electric scooter gets an electric motor of 4.4kW capacity. The company claims that this scooter can give a range of 75 km in a single charge. The top speed of the scooter is 78Kmph. It gets a lithium-ion battery of 2.25kWh capacity. The scooter comes equipped with many advanced features and its instrument cluster supports GPS/navigation and mobile connectivity.

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