TVS iQube price is in the ballpark of its competition like Chetak and Ather 450 and it will also be available only in limited markets (Bangalore only for now).
At an event in Bangalore, TVS has officially launched iQube – an electric scooter which becomes only the second such product from a major manufacturer. Bajaj’s Chetak is the first electric scooter from a mass maker apart from the Ather 450 which is the other prominent e-scoot in competition.
iQube is powered by a 4.4 kW electric motor which has a top speed of 78 kmph and a range of 75 kms in full charge. TVS has also revealed that iQube can do 0-40 kmph sprint in 4.2 seconds. In comparison, Bajaj Chetak has a range of 95 km and a top speed of 60-65 kmph.
iQube which was unveiled in the presence of B.S. Yediyurappa, Chief Minister of Karnataka and Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways and TVS’ chairman Venu Srinivasan.
iQube comes with features like
- Q-park assist
- Regenerative braking
- Remote charge assist
- navigation assist
- range indication
- battery charge status
- last park location
- incoming call alert
- over speed alert
Many of these features are through SmartXonnect – the mobile app which can be connected to your smartphone through Bluetooth.
iQube is also equipped with economy/power mode, day and night display, LED headlamps and tail lamps and offer a noiseless ride.
TVS iQube Price
TVS iQube is priced at Rs 1.15 Lakh on-road in Bangalore. It will be available exclusively in the state capital for now from 27th January. Interested buyers can pay Rs 5000 and book it through the official website or select dealerships.
TVS has planned to introduce its next product on 30th January, details of which you can find here.