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TVS iQube: TVS electric scooter sold well in November, more than 7700 units registered on vehicle portal

TVS Motor Company (TVS Motor Company) has announced that the sale of 7,754 units of TVS iQube electric scooter has been registered in the vehicle portal. The iQube is currently the only electric scooter that TVS sells. It was recently updated to offer more features and longer riding range. TVS also introduced new variants of the iQube. TVS iQube competes with electric scooters like Ola S1, Bajaj Chetak and Ather 450X.

The two-wheeler maker launched the new range of iQube Electric series in the country earlier this year in three avatars – iQube Standard, iQube S and iQube ST. The e-scooter has been made available in 11 colors and three charging options.

iQube and iQube S are priced at Rs 99,130 ​​and Rs 1,04,123 (on-road, Delhi-NCR, Fame II and including state subsidy) respectively. These variants come with TVS Motor designed battery specification of 3.4 kWh and are capable of delivering 100-km on-road range on a single full charge. The electric scooter gets features like 7-inch TFT display, HMI controls and reverse parking.

The top-of-the-line TVS iQube ST variant gets a 5.1 kWh battery pack designed by TVS Motor. It is claimed to offer 140-km on-road range on a single full charge. The price of iQube ST is yet to be announced. Although the company has already started booking it at a price of Rs 999.

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TVS claims that the new iQube electric scooter needs to be charged twice every week for regular commuting in and around the city. Because of which the cost of running it is Rs 3 per day. The two-wheeler maker is offering three different charging options for the iQube electric scooter, which are – 650W charger, 95W charger and 1.5kWh charger. The iQube ST’s battery pack can be charged up to 80 percent in five hours with a regular charger. TVS claims that it takes about seven hours to get fully charged.


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