TVS Jupiter electrical scooter: The two-wheeler maker TVS Motor intends to introduce a brand-new electrical scooter to the Indian market. The firm goes so as to add a brand new scooter to its lineup on account of the large demand for TVS i-Qube electrical scooters within the nation.
According to sources, TVS will launch the electrical model of the Jupiter scooter. The enterprise has additionally utilized for a patent for it. It may be launched shortly within the nation. Read on to know extra in regards to the scooter.
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TVS Jupiter electrical scooter anticipated specs
About this future TVS electrical scooter’s drivetrain, nothing is at the moment identified. Its battery life, nonetheless, could also be similar to the i-Qube’s, in keeping with rumors that exist. 3.0 kW of energy and 140 Nm of peak torque are produced by the two.25 kWh battery pack that powers the i-Qube. Due to its aggressive positioning out there, the long run scooter might have a bigger battery with an elevated vary.
Design and options
The TVS Jupiter Electric has a flat-type seat with a pillar seize rail and a flat footboard. It is constructed on a tubular kind body and has an indicator-mounted entrance apron. All-LED lighting, an alloy wheel setup, and a semi-digital instrument dashboard are included with the scooter. Additionally, it has alloy wheels, headlamp clusters on the handlebar, a single-piece saddle with a holding rail for the pillar, and different distinguishing options of commuter scooter visible enchantment.
Expected Price in India
The new TVS Jupiter Electric’s value and availability in India can be disclosed on the time of the car’s unveiling. Its pricing is anticipated to be near Rs 1 lakh.
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