People broke down to buy this cheap Indian electric scooter! Sold more than 50 thousand; cost so much
TVS Motor Company entered the electric mobility segment in January 2020 with the launch of the iQube e-scooter. The scooter was updated in May last year (2022), making it more appealing and increasing its demand.
TVS iQube: TVS Motor Company entered the electric mobility segment in January 2020 with the launch of the iQube e-scooter. The scooter was updated in May last year (2022), making it more appealing and increasing its demand. Sales of the new TVS iQube have crossed 50,000 units within eight months since May 2022 till December 2022. Only in the last December 2022, more than 11 thousand units of the scooter were sold, which is the highest figure of its sales.
TVS iQube sales (in 2022)
TVS iQube 1,529 units sold in January 2022, 2,238 units sold in February 2022, 1,799 units sold in March 2022, 1,420 units sold in April 2022, 2,637 units sold in May 2022, 4,668 units sold in June 2022, 6,304 units sold in July 2022 Sold, 4,418 units sold in August 2022, 4,923 units sold in September 2022, 8,103 units sold in October 2022, 10,056 units sold in November 2022 and 11,071 units sold in December 2022.
If we talk about the whole year 2022, then about 60,000 units of TVS iQube have been sold during the year. TVS iQube e-scooter has been introduced in three variants, Standard, S and ST. The standard and S variants get a 3.04 kWh lithium-ion battery pack while the top-spec ST model gets a bigger 4.56 kWh battery unit. It is claimed that it can offer a max range of 100 km, 100 km and 145 km respectively on a single full charge.
The standard variant of the TVS iQube currently costs Rs 99,130 while the ‘S’ variant costs Rs 1.04 lakh. These are on-road, Delhi prices. The prices of the iQube ST are yet to be revealed. It is likely to be launched next month. TVS iQube competes with Ola S1, Ather 450X, Bajaj Chetak, Hero Vida V1 etc.