Say your goodbyes to petrol pumps as these electric scooters will soon rule the streets with over 200km of riding range
Are you planning to buy an e-scooter but are anxious about the battery capacity and riding range? If yes, then check out these electric two-wheelers that might just remove the range anxiety in you. Read on to know more!
After increasing its stake in Ather Energy, the worlds largest two-wheeler maker investments in EV battery swapping company GOGORO
India’s leading two-wheeler maker, Hero MotorCorp has announced its latest investment. The company is investing in an EV battery swapping solutions company, Gogoro. Read on to find out more about the venture and Hero MotoCorp’s a giant investment!
Can the futuristic EV take down a traditional cruiser? Let’s find out
There is no denying the fact that electric scooters are proliferating the Indian market at a rapid pace. Be it the rebranded Chinese scooters or the technologically advanced made in India brands. The first India-made e-scooter brand that comes to our mind is Ather energy and their popular offering, the 450X.
The Ather 450X was launched last year January, and it became an instant hit amongst the crowd with its good overall performance and range. In this video by PowerDrift, the Ather 450X has been put to test in a drag race against the Classic 350, which needs no introduction.
These 125cc scooters offer a perfect amalgam of performance and fuel efficiency
Scooters have always been a favorite mode of transportation for everyday commuters. Most Indians believe that the scooters are usually more practical and feature-rich than many entry-level motorcycles available in the country. With the Indian Government in no mood to lower the fuel prices anytime soon, the only option left for people is to find a suitable fuel-efficient scooter for daily use.
That said, here are the five most fuel-efficient 125cc scooters in India.
Can the Yamaha Aerox spoil the party for the Aprilia SXR 160? Well, lets find out
Remember Kinetic Blaze from 2006? It may not have sold like hotcakes, but the scooter was very much ahead of its time, even before 150 cc motorcycles became common in India. Indians at that time preferred mileage first over performance. Moreover, there was also no highway riding culture back then that led to its downfall.
But times have changed and buyers are now more open-minded to the idea of a performance scooter. But technically we still don’t have a proper maxi-scooter in India yet, like the ones you see in Europe or Japan. But, these latest offerings from Yamaha and Aprilia are maxi-styled scooters that try to pack the practicality of a maxi-scooter in a slightly small and affordable package.
That said, Yamaha recently launched the Aerox 155, which has broken new ground by offering a powerful liquid-cooled engine and unique form factor never seen before in the Indian scooter space. The Aerox 155 rivals the Aprilia SXR 160, the only other scooter available with a similar form.
Here is a quick look at what these scooters offer and which should you pick
Here are the details of electric bikes scheduled to be launched in 2022
The electric vehicles revolution is a reality now as automakers are shifting from the manufacturing of IC-based vehicles to electric-powered vehicles.
At this juncture, it is only natural for people to buy e-bikes and e-scooters. If you are one among them who wish to buy an electric two-wheeler, powerful enough to beat IC-based vehicles. Here is a list of e-bikes and e-scooters that you could have a look at.
Read on and check out these cool images of the latest and upcoming e-bikes and e-scooters.
Both Scooters are evenly matched on power, but one of them has the edge. Can you guess which one?
Since its launch about 20 years ago, the enormously popular Honda Activa still registers more than 2 lakh unit sales a month. Honda introduced the sixth-generation Activa nearly two years ago, and it promised to offer even more comfortable ride quality and better fuel economy than its predecessor.
Watch the Honda Activa 6G take on the Yamaha Fascino in a friendly drag race in this video. The Yamaha Fascino used in this drag race is the BS4, 113cc model. Yamaha replaced the model recently with the more powerful Fascino 125.
Find out whether the Honda Activa 6G outshines the Yamaha Fascino when it comes to performance and top speed.
Believe it or not, this trendy neo-retro scooter is not from the ’30s but is a product of the 21st Century
Want an exclusive scooter that no one else owns in India? Here is a neo-retro scooter from the brand NMoto- the Golden Age which is a limited-edition scooter. Read on to know more.
At a time when Ola and Ather are ruling the domestic EV market, the Vektorr will be Husqvarna’s answer
The much anticipated electric scooter, Husqvarna Vektorr’s launch could be right around the corner, Read on to find out what to expect from this e-scooter.
Four popular feature-rich scooters battle it out in this epic drag race to decide the ultimate winner
The TVS Ntorq has been leading the 125cc scooter segment since its launch. The sporty 125cc scooter from TVS Motors offers enough grunt and features to attract the attention of buyers. In this video, you will watch the Ntorq rival some other popular scooters including, Honda Grazia, Honda Activa 6G, and the Yamaha Fascino in a friendly drag race.
Find out who wins the drag race between these four scooters.
IN a surprise move OLA has decided to upgrade S1 buyers to the S1 Pro for free
Ola has unexpectedly announced that it will upgrade the Ola S1 scooter model for all customers and will provide the more powerful S1 Pro for free but you will need to pay extra to unlock all the features.
Say goodbye to range anxiety as Okaya presents "Faast", an e-scooter with a range that is frankly unheard of
Indian electric vehicle manufacturer, Okaya EV has finally launched its much-anticipated e-scooter. Dubbed the Faast, this electric scooter has a riding range of 200km/charge.
The futuristic concepts of the e-scooters were first showcased at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show and will hit the road later this year
The new year is upon us and here is some good news that EV enthusiasts would love to hear. Leading motorcycle manufacturer, Yamaha is planning to launch two electric scooters by 2022. Read on to know more about what to expect.
High on tech and style, the GT Drive Pro lets you choose between a Lead Acid Or Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Haryana-based EV startup GT Force has unveiled two of their upcoming flagship e-Scooter models at the EV Expo 2021, the GT Drive and GT Drive Pro. Here’s everything you need to know about both these electric scooters as well a first look at the prototype e-Bike from the brand.
This guilt-free retro-styled EV however won’t come cheap, however, what the Electa will offer is exclusivity
Have you checked out the latest launch from the British EV brand One-Moto in India? It’s the much anticipated Electa e-scooter. Here are the details regarding it, So, why not give it a read!
Hero will likely introduce two new electric scooters, apart from a special edition Xpulse 200
Hero Motocorp has planned a range of new and exciting products for the Indian mass market. They have virtually previewed a prototype of their upcoming electric scooter not so long ago. Hero said that they might manufacture their e-scooters in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
That said, here are 5 bikes and scooters that Hero Motocorp will launch soon in India. You will find everything from specification to launch date and prices of every motorcycle in this list.
EVs are the future of sustainable mobility. Here are the details of the upcoming e-Scooters in India
Electric vehicles are the future of sustainable mobility, therefore, automakers are focused on launching new electric scooters in the Indian Market. Here are the e-scooters that are expected to be launched in 2022. Read on to know more about them!