Gemopai Electric has announced the launch of the Astrid Lite electric scooter. Gemopai Electric is a joint venture between Goreen E-Mobility and Opai Electric.
Designed as a city scooter, the Astrid Lite boasts a range of 90 km and three riding modes – Sports, City and Economy. Dual battery pack expands the range to 150-180 km. The Sports mode allows a maximum speed of 75km/h. The Astrid Lite will be available at over 50 dealers across India and Nepal. Gemopai claims that all its dealers offer after-sales service for the electric scooters.
Deliveries are likely to commence in the first week of October. The Astrid Lite will be available in five colours – Eclectic Neon, Fiery Red, Deep Indigo, Fireball Orange and Burnt Charcoal. The stylish looks and bright colour options of the scooter should appeal to young buyers. The dual-tone alloy wheels with silver highlights further enhance the modern looks of the new electric scooter.
Speaking about the launch of the Astrid Lite, Amit Raj Singh, Co-Founder, Gemopai Electric, said:
With Astrid Lite, our intention is to evolve the Electric Scooter options in the market for your everyday commuter. This Perfect City Scooter, is focused at consumers looking for the best value buy and is primed to be a market disruptor with its unique design, fashionable colors, ride quality and service intention. At INR 79,999/- Astrid Lite is today the most affordable combination of best design and top performance in the country.
Astrid Lite uses a removable 1.7 kWh lithium-ion battery. The electric motor has a continuous power rating of 2400W, and peak of 4000W. The battery weighs around 8.5 kg. The feature list on the Astride Lite includes LED Color Display, LED Headlight with Day Running Light, keyless entry and a USB port.
Anchoring department comprises a disc brake at the front and a drum unit at the back. The electric scooter also supports a safety grille aiding protection again road mishaps. Other safety features of the Astrid Lite include a side-stand sensor, anti-theft sensor and EABS (Electronic Assist Brake System). The suspension department comprises telescopic forks at the front and twin-sided springs at the back.