The new launch electric scooter in India will offer a range of up to 100 km

Speaking of charging, it takes about 7 to 8 hours for the batteries of both the scooters to be fully charged. On the occasion of the launch of this scooter, Eve India says that both the e-scooters will run at a cost of around 15 paise per km.

New Delhi, Auto Desk. New electric scooters: Given the growing electric vehicle segment in the country, many homeowners are ready to make money in this segment. Taking a step in this direction, electric two-wheeler brand Eve has launched two new e-scooters, Atrio and Ahwa. The price of Ahwa is Rs. 55,000 ex-showroom and the price of Atrio is Rs. 64,000 ex-showroom.

100 km Will run for a single charge: Let me tell you, Ahwa is presented in two dual tone color schemes, red and black and blue and black. At the same time, Atero has been made available in red and black and silver. Both the Ahwa and Atreo scooters are equipped with a 250 W motor, in which the Atero is capable of giving a range of driving from 90 to 100 kmph at a single charge, while the Ahwa scooter will offer a range of 60 to 70 kms at a single charge.

Charges will be in 7 to 8 hours: Speaking of charging, it takes about 7 to 8 hours for the batteries of both the scooters to be fully charged. On the occasion of the launch of this scooter, Eve India says that both the e-scooters will run at a cost of around 15 paise per km. Those who have a 5 year warranty will be given, while their batteries will also be given a one year warranty. The technology-enabled feature has been standardized in Ahwa and Atero forms. In addition, both scooters also include day-time running lights. Let us know that the automaker is also expanding the reach of its dealer network to reach customers in Eve 52 cities.

Currently, Bajaj Chetak and TVS are present in the iCube electric scooter division. Which are being made available for sale in some cities.

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