India’s leading two wheeler manufacturer TVS is also working on increasing the number of electric vehicles. Many more electric vehicles can be introduced by the company in the coming times. In this news, we are telling you that by when the new electric vehicles will be introduced by the company.
TVS is also preparing
New players are constantly coming up with their products in the segment of electric vehicles. In such a situation, work is also being done on bringing new vehicles from the country’s leading two wheeler company TVS. The company is preparing to introduce many vehicles in the coming times.
portfolio will increase
Many new bikes and scooters will be launched by TVS in the electric two wheeler segment. According to the information received from the company, the company can bring these new electric two wheelers in the coming one to one and a half years. In the electric segment, many types of vehicles can be brought by the company. According to the information, the company can bring scooters and bikes of power ranging from five kilowatts to 25 kilowatts.
Will start with this scooter
It will also be launched soon by the company. According to estimates, in the next two to four months, TVS will officially launch the iCube ST in the Indian market. After this, the company will bring many bikes and scooters, increasing its portfolio in the electric segment.
how is the icube st
It was unveiled by the company some time ago. The company showcased it during the Auto Expo 2023 as well. Now it will also be launched soon. In iQube ST, a 5.1 kWh battery has been installed by the company. Which can be run up to 140 kilometers after full charge. It takes four to five hours to charge. As a feature, the company has given a seven-inch touch panel in which TPMS, meter record, scooter information, service information are available. Apart from this, features like Bluetooth connectivity, password security, damage phone notification, side stand security are available. The TVS iCube ST has a boot space of 31 liters which can accommodate a full and a half size helmet.