Mini Scooter TronX FTS.02 Launched for Colleges & Campuses

TronX FTS.02 price is yet to be revealed. This e-scoot has a top speed of 25 kmph and is a nice, tiny-little option for colleges, campuses etc…

Hyderabad based start-up TronX Motors in collaboration with Freego Global has launched India’s first official scooter for sharing mobility – FTS.02. This scooter will be first of its kind which will be focused for the micro-mobility sector.

Founded in 2015 TronX Motors was earlier known as Volta Motors and works in the design and development of advanced electric vehicles. As part of TronX portfolio, the company also launched India’s first Smart Crossover E-bike – TronX One back in 2018. Speaking about company’s expansion, Anoop Nishant, Founder and CEO, TronX Motors, said:

We are also launching software IoT solutions for FTS.02 that can be used to operate FTS.02 and upcoming products for Rental businesses. By launching software along with the product for operations, we are innovating the go-to market strategy for companies looking into venturing into shared mobility. This is going to accelerate adoption of sharing business models that is first of its kind in the Indian market.

The electric scooter, FTS.02 is powered by a swappable, IPS67 rated 250W battery pack. TronX informs FTS.02 has a top speed of 25 km/h and a range of upto 40 Km in a single charge. It can get fully charged in 4-6 hours and can take maximum weight of 200 kg.

The scooter offers three riding modes with LED display to access features. FTS.02 also comes equipped with smart IoT lock that can be used to monitor & track the scooter with key features like Geo monitoring, remote motor locking, live battery status during charge and discharge, etc.

tronx fts.02

The company has exclusively designed this scooter aiming B2B – teck parks, college campuses etc. The electric scooter features LED light at the front, a stop indicator at the back and reflectors on either side of the wheels. FTS.02 is built with a sturdy V neck design, a wider footboard and disk bakes at the rear which is best suited for Indian ride conditions in campuses.

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TronX Motors aims to provide scooters for rentals and intends to enable scooter sharing by using QR code which will be placed on the handlebar. This QR code will be used to unlock and use the scooter.

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The scooter will be available in single black colour. The launch and pricing details are yet to be revealed by the company.