May 27, 2024

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Top 5 Upcoming Electric Scooters and Features

Top 5 Upcoming Electric Scooters and Features



New models of electric vehicles featuring advanced technologies and designs are introduced every year in the electric sector. Due to their practical, affordable, and advanced features, electric scooters are becoming increasingly popular in the country.

Let us take a look at the top 5 upcoming electric scooters and their specifications.


  1. Simple One
  2. TVS iQube ST
  3. Ampere Primus
  4. Ola S1 Air
  5. LML Star


Simple One



Simple Energy launched its flagship e-scooter, Simple One, on 15th August 2021 at Rs 1,09,999 (ex-showroom). The EV brand plans to expand to more than 75 cities in the next three to seven months. This will hopefully make Simple One do even better with various government grants.

Simple has decided to postpone the delivery of the Simple One e-scooter due to the recent electric vehicle fire and anticipates new guidelines and certifications. However, test drive camps will be held in 13 cities from July.

The Simple One has received an engine update that makes the scooter more powerful than ever. As if that wasn’t enough, Simple Energy also claims that the One has the longest range of any electric two-wheeler produced in India.

Simple One is a feature-rich product. It features full LED lighting, 30 liters of under-seat storage, replaceable batteries, a combined braking system, fast charging, and a 7-inch TFT instrument cluster. The TFT display provides OTA updates, geofencing, a tire pressure monitoring system, and vehicle tracking and can also store documents.

Simple Energy uses a 7kW (peak power) motor and the Simple One delivers 72Nm, best in class. This allows the scooter to accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h in just 2.85 seconds, making it the fastest (in theory) electric scooters launched in India.

Additionally, the Simple One gets a unique dual battery setup with a fixed battery and a 7 kg removable battery, bringing the total capacity to 4.8 kWh. The fixed battery can be charged to 80% in 2.75 hours, while the removable battery takes 75 minutes. The company claims the Simple One has a range of 236 km.

The Simple One’s foundation consists of a tubular underbone chassis suspended on a telescopic fork and monoshock. He has 90-section tires on 12-inch aluminum wheels. However, Simple Energy also offers a scooter with a combination of 100-piece front tires and 110-piece rear tires.

Braking power comes from his 200mm discs in the front and 190mm discs in the rear, thanks to CBS. Oh, and the brakes are also regenerative. The Simple One weighs 110kg and has a seat height of 775mm, which should make it fairly easy to ride for most people.

Simple One is priced at Rs. 1,09,999 to Rs. 1,44,999 in India. Simple One comes in two variations including Simple One STD. The top variant is the Simple One Extra Range which comes priced at Rs. 1.44.999.


TV iQube ST



The TVS iQube Electric ST is the mid-range version of the iQube Electric series, priced at Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This ST variant is equipped with a maximum or maximum torque engine. The TVS iQube Electric ST is available in 11 colors.

Matt Titanium Grey, Glossy Starlight Blue, Glossy Coral Sand, Matt Copper Bronze, Mint Blue, Glossy Mercury Grey, Lucid Yellow, Glossy Copper Bronze, Glossy Titanium Grey, Luminous Red, Pearl White. The new Smart Electric TVS iQube ST is an electric scooter that can travel at speeds of up to 82 km/h. It has an intelligent parking assistant and is very comfortable and easy to drive. It weighs about 128 kg and has a climbing ability of 10 degrees.

It features a slim tubular construction with telescopic front suspension and adjustable hydraulic twin-tube shock absorber rear suspension. The overall dimensions i.e. length, width, and height are 1805 mm, 645 mm, and 1140 mm respectively.

The ground clearance, i.e. the space between the bottom of the vehicle frame and the ground, is 157 mm. The dimension from the lowest point of the vehicle seat to the floor is 770mm. Note that the wheelbase, the distance between the front and rear axles of the vehicle, is 1301mm.

As already mentioned, the TVS iQube ST reaches a top speed of 82 km/h. This scooter has two modes. Economy with 145 km of range on a single charge and Power with a reduced range of 110 km on a single charge. In just 4.2 seconds, you will be able to accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h.  All this power comes from a 4.56kWh battery, which takes 2.5 hours to go from 0 to 80%.

The front suspension is telescopic and the rear suspension is a hydraulic double tube. The front wheel braking system is disc type and the rear wheel has a classic drum braking system. This variation of the TVS iQube is equipped with a 17.78 cm touchscreen. Another feature worth mentioning is the Parking Assist feature that reverses the scooter with the push of a button. All models are equipped with a USB charger for mobile charging. Other TVS iQube features include geofencing, burglar alarm, live location status, distance indicator, kickstand indicator, and more.

A reasonable price for the TVS iQube ST is around 1,25,000, considering the characteristics of this scooter. Pre-booking for this scooter has been closed as the requested limit has been reached.

TVS Motors has closed pre-orders for this variant of its TVS iQube series. There is currently no information from the authorities as to when pre-booking will resume. There’s also no news about the delivery of existing orders, though some tweets from officials claim they’re working to get orders delivered as soon as possible.

The TVS iQube takes the best features of the best-selling scooter and integrates them. Because of this, TVS Motors had reached its pre-booking target and had to close the pre-booking window. Also, in terms of design, this scooter stands out from the rest and has a premium feel to it.


Ampere Primus



The Ampere Primus is Greaves Electric Mobility’s rearmost high-speed electric scooter. Electric scooter suckers in India can choose from several new brands piecemeal from assiduity reliance similar to Ola Electric, Hero MotoCorp, and Ather.


Ampere has also come to a maker of popular electric scooters in the country, with its Magnus EX launched in the country last time. The manufacturer has now released his Primus electric scooter with some useful features and a competitive price. Ampere Vehicles is one of the request leaders in battery-powered vehicles in India.


The company lately blazoned pricing for its largely awaited high-speed electric scooter Primus. Priced at Rs in the exchange, it’s now available for pre-order at a seductive price of Rs 499 for a limited time. The Ampere Primus features two-tone body panels with a matte finish and the e-scooter comes in four color options. Himalayan White, Havelock Blue, Buck Black, Royal Orange.


But what sets Primus piecemeal from the competition is its inconceivable speed. It can reach pets at 55 km/ h, making it ideal for those who want to reach their destination snappily and efficiently. In addition, the cruising range on a single charge is 107 km, making it ideal for those who want to use it for diurnal commuting without fussing about battery consumption. As per Ampere Vehicles COO P. Sanjeev, they are pleased to introduce Primus, an electric scooter that offers both speed and affordability in the Indian request.


Ola S1 Air

OLA S1 Air can prove to be a balanced scooter released by Ola after Ola S1 Pro which had mixed responses – analogous to other Ola scooters carrying a minimalist approach to design. Compared to the Ola S1 Pro, performance is lower due to the lower battery capacity. The OLA S1 Air is an electric scooter on the market in India with a starting price of Rs 84,999. It’s available in 3 variants and 5 colors with top variant prices starting from Rs.1,09,999.

The OLA S1 Air produces 2700W of power from the motor. The Ola S1 Air is Ola’s most cost-effective electric-powered scooter. Priced at R,.84,999 ( banning showrooms and Bangalore), it’s a below-standard outfit. The Ola S1 Air looks just like its other two variants. It features the same binary projector headlights, twisted body panels, and one-piece seats and glasses.

But unlike other models, the Air features a flat footboard, which provides a redundant storehouse and improves usability. Ola equipped his S1 Air with a Mecca motor. Peak power is 4.5 kW and battery capacity is 2.5 kWh. Ola claims the S1 Air has a true range of 128 km and a top speed of 95 km/h.

Features include a TFT screen, smartphone connectivity, riding mode, rear mode, kickstand alarm, OTA updates, music playback, remote charge cinch/unlock, navigation, and prophetic conservation. The S1 Air features telescopic frontal spoons and two hinder shock absorbers. Its retardation tackle consists of frontal and hinder barrel thickets mounted on a 90/90-12 bus. The S1 Air weighs 99 kg and has 34 liters of storage under the seat. Ola offers the S1 Air in five colors: Porcelain White, Neo Mint, Coral Glam, Jet Black, and Liquid Silver. In this category, it competes with electric motorcycles similar to the Ather 450X, TVS iQube, and Bajaj Chetak.

LML Star

The new LML Star electric scooter will be launched in India this September. This is free and can be reserved in advance. LML is gearing up for its comeback to the Indian market. This time it’s an all-new electrified avatar. The company’s first product will be its LML Star electric scooter, unveiled to the public at Auto Expo 2023.

The LML Star electric scooter is equipped with two lithium-ion battery packs with a capacity of 2 kWh each, which are detachable units. The company has not announced the range yet, but it’s expected to be around 150km on a single charge. The electric scooter’s engine has a maximum power of 5 kW (6.7 hp) and a top speed of 90 km/h.

As for the hardware, the LML Star has telescopic front forks and a mono-shock absorber at the rear. Braking is taken over by a disc brake at the front and a drum unit at the rear. It also uses a compound braking system and runs on 12-inch tires. The star weighs 115 kg.

This electric scooter is very feature-rich, with Bluetooth connectivity, and has a 7.0-inch TFT cluster. Also included is a segment-first customizable interactive display on the front bumper, a full LED lighting system, TPMS, reverse mode, hill start assist, and more. It also has two cameras, one on the front and one on the back, for a 360-degree view.

The upcoming LML star is expected to fetch a price of Rs 1.5 lakh in the former showroom ballpark. Compete with Hero Vida V1, TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak, and more. Additionally, the company says Star will be available across India from day one. This electric scooter comes standard with a two-year warranty, and the battery comes with a three-year warranty. There are also extended warranty options available.

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