TVS Motor Company revised the prices of the iQube electric scooter after the revised FAME II subsidy took effect. Electric scooter prices in Delhi and Bengaluru have been reduced by Rs. 11,250.
The iQube TVS is now priced at Rs. 100,777 in Delhi, after the revised FAME II subsidy
With the revision of the FAME II regime, prices for electric two-wheelers are now revised, or rather reduced, thanks to a higher subsidy on electric two-wheelers. It was Ather who first announced the revised prices and now TVS Motor Company has reduced the prices of the iQube electric scooter by 11,250 in Delhi and Bengaluru. The iQube is priced at 100,777 in Delhi and 110,506 in Bengaluru. The prices mentioned here are on the road. The TVS iQube faces off against the Ather 450X and the Bajaj Chetak.
|TVS iQube price||Old price||New price after FAME II overhaul||Difference|
|Delhi||112,027||100 777||₹ 11,250|
|Bangalore||121,756||0.5 110 506||₹ 11,250|
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The TVS iQube electric scooter is equipped with a 4.4 kW (6 hp) electric motor with a maximum torque of 140 Nm. The top speed is approximately 78 km / h, in Sport mode. The battery can be charged to 100% of its capacity in about 5 hours, and the maximum range is claimed at 75 km on a single charge in Eco mode; in Sport mode, autonomy is claimed at 55 km.
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The TVS iQube electric scooter also benefits from the new generation TVS SmartXonnect platform with Bluetooth connectivity, advanced TFT instrument console and dedicated TVS iQube app, which offers features such as geolocation, battery state of charge. remote, navigation aid, last parking spot and incoming calls and SMS alerts. The iQube also benefits from innovative features such as Q-park assistance, day and night display, regenerative braking and LED headlights and taillights. The iQube TVS can be reserved online, through the website, or at select dealerships with a reservation amount of 5,000.
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