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Spock Electric Scooter Launched At Rs 65,000

Deliveries of the electric scooter will commence today, 1 July

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Spock Electric Scooter Launched At Rs 65,000
Spock Electric Scooter Launched At Rs 65,000
  • Li-Ions Electrik Solutions, the Spock’s manufacturer, is a Gurugram-based company.
  • The Spock e-scooter is powered by a 2.9kWh swappable battery which offers a claimed range of 130km in eco mode.
  • It has a top speed of 45kmph.

Gurugram-based company Li-Ions Elektrik Solutions has launched its first all-electric scooter, the Spock, in India. With prices starting from Rs 65,000 and going all the way up to Rs 1 lakh, the e-scooter will take on the likes of the newly-launched 22Kymco iFlow and the Ather 340.

In terms of features, Li-Ions has equipped the Spock with almost all the features generally found on electric scooters in this price segment. So you get a digital instrument cluster, GPS navigation, two ride modes (Economy and Power), an anti-theft alarm (optional) and a USB charger. It also features a reverse mode similar to Ather’s offerings. However, it misses out on LED headlamps. The company is also offering accessories such as a front basket, a top box and a rear seat, which makes it look more like a delivery vehicle than a conventional scooter.

Powering the Spock is a 2.9kWh swappable battery and a BLDC motor. The company claims that it has a top speed of 45kmph and will cover 130km on Economy mode and 100km in Power mode. Electrik Solutions also say that the battery can be fully charged in just 4 hours. However, it hasn’t revealed whether this will be done by a fast charger or a normal charger.

While most electric scooters are available in a limited number of colour options, the Spock e-scooter gets six paint options: white, red, black, blue, yellow and green. Deliveries of the electric scooter have officially commenced from today.

Source: zigwheels.com

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