Rowwet Mobility launched 4 Electric Scooters and one Electric Bike on this November 2. The electric scooters are Rowwet Zepop, Rowwet Rame, Rowwet Eleq and Rowwet Vegatron. The remaining one is an electric motorcycle called Rowwet Trono.
Rowwet Mobility launched 4 Electric Scooters and one Electric Bike
Pune based start-up company; Rowwet Mobility has entered the Indian electric vehicle market with the launch of five new electric two-wheelers. These electric two-wheelers will hit the roads from 1st January 2020. Rowwet two wheelers will be available in three battery options Lithium ion, Lead-acid and their patented ‘Click’ battery technology. Their prices are ranging from Rs 51k to Rs 1.55 lakh depending on the variant and battery option.
Company’s entry level electric scooter, the Zepop offers a top speed of 25 kmph through its 250W electric motor. It is powered by a 48V, 24 Ah battery that claims a range of 90 km on a single charge. The other features include dual suspension, easy button press footrest, USB charging and mobile holder and an integrated tail lamp.
The Rame comes with a 2,000W electric motor and 60V, 30 Ah battery. The top speed of the electric scooter is 55 kmph and the maximum range is 120 km at a speed of 45 kmph. The e-scooter comes with a retro design as well as a spacious boot.
Rowwet Eleq and Rowwet Vegatron
Rowwet has provided similar electric motors and batteries on Rowwet Eleq and Rowwet Vegatron electric scooters. Apart from the different designs, the range, top speed and the specifications of these e-scooters are same. The Eleq dressed with a retro design while the Vegatron comes with a much more hep look.
The top speed of 65 kmph and a maximum range of 120 km at 45 kmph on a single charge. these are powered by 2000 W electric motors and 72 V 30 Ah batteries. Features like LED lights, USB charging, alloy wheels and a digital instrument cluster are common on both.
Trono electric bike comes with a 72V 40 Ah battery. It is powered by a 3,000W motor which can deliver top speed of 100 kmph. It offers a Range of 100 km at speed of 45 kmph. Other key features include telescopic suspension, projector headlamp with DRL, stylish alloy wheels, dual disc brakes, and comfortable rear seat.
The company claims that their patented Click battery can be charged to full within 12 minutes. The idea is to avoid the need to pay extra for a lithium-ion battery, which is the most predominant and the costliest battery technology used in EVs.
Rowwat Mobility will be commencing with their sales in Pune initially. Later it will spread to cities like Ahmednagar, Satara, Kolhapur, Sangli and Aurangabad.
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