With the rise in demand for personal vehicles and increase in fuel prices, the electric vehicle sector in India market is witnessing huge growth. Many foreign EV makers and Indian startups are introducing the latest e-scooters every month in the Indian market. To capture the demand and growth, iVOOMi has launched its two new e-scooters, Energy S1 and Jeet Electric, starting at Rs.82,999 (ex-showroom) in India. Both are high-speed e-scooters capable of reaching a top speed of 60 kmph and delivering a range of 130 km on a single charge.
iVoomi Electric Scooters S1 and Jeet Variants, Price in India, Range, Battery and Performance
The S1 e-Scooter has been launched in a single variant at Rs 84,999 Ex-Showroom. It powers by a 2kW electric motor which is capable to reach a top speed of 65 kmph. Apart from this, it comes with a 2kWh 60V swappable Li-ion battery that can deliver up to 130km of range on a single charge. According to the company, it takes about 3 to 4 hours for the battery to fully charge 100%. It is one of the lightest scooters in India with a curb weight of only 75 kg. The iVOOMi S1 would be a great option for buyers who are looking for an easy to drive and lightweight scooter with a good range.
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On the other hand, The iVOOMi Jeet will be available in two variants, Standard and Pro Variant. The price of the Jeet Model starts at Rs 82,999 and Rs 92,999, Ex-Showroom. Also, there are some major differences between standard and pro variants. The Standard variant of the iVOOMi Jeet electric scooter comes with a 1.5kWh battery pack. While the Pro version comes with a larger 2kWh unit. As per company officials, Both are capable to deliver a range of up to 130 km on a single charge. The iVOOMi Jeet series will be available in three colour options Red, Blue, and Grey. The iVoomi Range of e-scooters will compete with Ola S1, Bounce Infinity E1 and TVS iQube in the Indian market. Also, the swappable battery makes these scooters more convenient for buyers who don’t have a charging facility outside their houses.