EeVe India to launch four new electric scooters by next month

26/08/2019 - 19:08 | ,  ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Electric two-wheeler brand, EeVe India will introduce four new scooters in our market by next month. The four upcoming models include 4U, Xeniaa, Wind and Your.

Eeve Wind Electric Scooter Key Features
EeVe India will launch four new electric scooters - 4U, Xeniaa, Wind and Your - by next month.

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The Xeniaa and the Wind pack a modern-day scooter styling while the design for the 4U and Your takes inspiration from retro vehicles. The premium models among the four upcoming products – 4U and Xeniaa – are propelled by a Bosch sourced 250-watt electric motor that draws power from a 60 V 20 AH lithium-ion battery pack. Both models boast a range of 60 km to 70 km and a charging time of 4 to 6 hours. They also pack features like detachable battery and dual disc brakes.

The relatively lower-spec Wind and Your also use a 250-watt motor that draws power from a 60 v 20 AH battery pack. However, they feature a Lead Acid battery. The max speed is the same - 25 km/h, while the range is relatively lower - 50 km to 60 km. The charging time is 7 to 8 hours. Unlike the 4U and Xeniaa, the battery pack on the Wind and Your is non-removable. They have a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear.

All four models pack features such as keyless entry, anti-theft lock, USB port and HL LED lighting as standard. Other hardware specifications that are common on all four electric scooters include telescopic front forks and twin-sided rear springs to perform the shock absorption tasks. The e-scooters ride on alloy wheels that come with tubeless tyres. The Wind and Your electric scooters are showcased have a pillion backrest, while the 4U and Xeniaa miss that feature.

Eeve 4u Electric Scooter Spec Sheet
The EeVe 4U (pictured) and Xeniaa feature Lithium-ion battery pack, while the Wind and Your come with Lead Acid battery pack.

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The upcoming EeVe scooters' pre-bookings have commenced via the company’s website. The EeVe scooters will not qualify for the FAME-II subsidy.

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