TVS’s first electric scooter iQube

With the raise of EVs and zero-emission two-wheeler market, several manufacturers are targeting to occupy the large market shares with their products and are joining the race with their products. The latest motorcycle manufacturer joining the race is TVS by unveiling its first electric scooter, iQube.

The TVS iQube is powered by 3 Li-ion battery. In order to make the battery dust and water resistant, it is encased in high strength aluminum extrusion casing. Also, the battery is backed by a dedicated BMS, and gets a 3 year/50,000 kms warranty. As claimed by the company the TVS iQube accelerates from 0 to 40 in just 4.2 seconds.

TVS iQube comes equipped with a motor generating peak power output of 4.4 kW and is claimed to return 75 km riding range on a single charge with the top speed of 78 kmph.

TVS iQube is loaded with riding modes (Economy and Power), park assist feature, day and night display and smartphone integration with SmartXonnect using which the rider can also access the location of the scooter in real time. Along with these features, it gets regenerative braking technology, over speed alert, incoming call/SMS alert, navigation assist, range indicator, geo fencing for safety and a home charging unit.

 The iQube will first be sold only in Bangalore, India before being introduced to other places.

SPECIFICATIONS

Gradeability

10 Degrees

Tyres

Front

Rear

90/90-12, Tubeless                                                                           

                                    

90/90-12, Tubeless                              

 

Weight

118 kgs                                           

Suspension

 

Front

Rear

Telescopic

Hydraulic twin tube shock absorber

Ground clearance

150 mm                             

Brake (Size and Type)

 

Front

Rear

220 mm Disc

130 mm Drum

 

Peak Torque
140 Nm                                                            

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