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This is about to hit the showrooms in around August 2021, tagged at a price north of Rs. 1 lakh. It will get three swappable battery packs of 1.155 kWh each and generate a power output of around 6000W. The e-scooter offers a riding range of nearly 100 km per charge and can achieve 0-45 kmph in less than 4 seconds with a top speed of 100 kmph. It is equipped with a full LED display and comes with dual-channel CBS with drum brakes at both ends.
Set to launch in 2021, the Okinawa cruiser offers a driving range of 120 kms per full-charge, courtesy of a 4kWh battery pack that can generate 3kW motor power. The scooter can clock at a top speed of 100 kmph and has a charging time of only around 2-3 hours with its fast charging option.
Besides a semi-digital Bluetooth console, the scooty also offers features like cruise control, keyless operation, etc., to enhance user experience. For safety purposes, the scooter comes with dual disc brakes, and its ex-showroom price is expected to be Rs. 1 lakh.
This electric scooter can come to the Indian market at a price of around Rs. 56,000 exclusive of other charges and applicable taxes. It comes with a 12V 26 Ah lithium-ion battery which can generate 250 W of motor power. The Lithino is also equipped with LED headlights and a regenerative braking system coupled with a front disc.
It can achieve a top speed of 25 kmph and can run 70 km per charge, and it takes around 3-4 hrs for a full recharge. The e-scooter is expected to come to the showrooms in October 2021.
One of the anticipated upcoming electric scooters in India, the Hero Electric AE-29, is expected to come with an ex-showroom price of Rs. 85,000. It requires four hours to charge completely. It is powered by a 1000W motor backed by a 48 V/3.5 kWh lithium-ion battery to hit a top speed of 55 kmph.
It will run for around 80 km on a single charge. Along with walk-assist and reverse assist, it also features a Bluetooth digital console and a combined braking system for enhanced safety. Owners can also tweak the performance of this scooter with the help of Over the Air or OTA updates.
At an expected price of around Rs. 1.5 lakhs, it is a first of its kind for Hero Electric. The AE-3 is a trike featuring a gyroscope-enabled auto-balance park technology, which keeps the scooter upright in stationary mode. Besides app connectivity and real-time tracking, it has a full-digital cluster, walk-assist and reverse-assist, etc., to enhance rider’s on-road safety.
It comes with a 5.5 kW electric motor coupled with a 4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The scooter is expected to cover 100 kms with a single charge and clock at a top speed of around 80 kmph. It has two telescopic forks and a disc on each of its two front wheels, with a petal disc at its rear.
From the house of Everve Motors, the EF1 is its premium upcoming electric scooter in India, tagged at a price of around Rs. 90,000, exclusive of other taxes. Its expected launch date is in September 2021. The scooter comes in two variants, with a 3 kW or 5 kW motor, with a battery capacity of 4.2 kWh, generating motor power of 3300 W.
It can touch top speeds of 110 kmph and is claimed to run for 100 kms per single charge. One can fully charge the EF1 in 5 hours via a conventional 5A socket or 50% in 1.5 hrs with its fast charging option. This also gets a full-LED headlight with DRL and a full-colour instrument console that will get OTA updates. It comes with dual discs for improved riding safety.
Due to its release in late 2021, the e-scooter comes with a complete digital console. The company expects this upcoming electric scooter in India to be popular due to its ability to cover nearly 80 kms in a single charge coming at an affordable ex-showroom price of around Rs. 80,000. It can clock at a top speed of 55 kmph. First unveiled at the Auto Expo 2020, other features of this scooty are not yet available.
One of the better upcoming electric scooters in 2021, the Hero Electric AXLHE-20, is expected to launch in August 2021. Hero has packed in a 4000W motor that can achieve 6000 W. It features a disc brake in the front and a drum brake in its rear. The scooter can cover a range of 110 kms per charge. It also features a full-digital console and is expected to come at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 55,000.
One of the affordable upcoming electric scooters in India, the AE-8 comes with a neo-retro electric design, malo LED DRL. It can clock at a top speed of 45 kmph.
Honda PCX Electric is another top-notch upcoming electric scooter in India with an expected price of around Rs. 1.45 lakhs in the month of February 2022. It is powered by a 50.4V 20.8 Ah battery and takes around 3-4 hours for a full charge. The e-scooter also comes with dual disc brakes and a digital console.
One of the lightest occupants of this segment, the ES1+, was revealed at Auto Expo 2020. Weighing merely 62kg and an ex-showroom price of Rs. 60,000, it is also one of the most affordable e-scooters. It features a camera on the front apron along with a Bluetooth-enabled digital console display.
It offers a riding range of around 55kms, and its 60V, 3 Ah battery takes around 7-8 hours to charge completely. The CBS with dual disc ensures better rider safety with it offering high speeds of up to 35 kmph.
The Creon from TVS is expected to launch in April 2022 with an ex-showroom price of Rs. 1.2 lakhs. A highly anticipated upcoming electric scooter in India, it features a battery with 40 Ah capacity coupled with a motor power of 12 kW. It has a driving range of 80 kms per charge and comes with a single channel-ABS along with dual disc brakes.
One of the driving features of this scooter is its ability to clock 0-60 kmph in a mere 5.1s. Further, it also supports a fast-charging option, where you can charge its battery nearly 80% in one hour. Moreover, it also has a regenerative charging facility. The e-scooter comes with a Bluetooth-enabled digital console.
This upcoming electric scooter in India is expected to come out in April 2022 at an ex-showroom price of around Rs. 90,000. It is targeted at urban youth and women riders. The Super Soco CUmini comes with a driving range of around 60-70 kms per charge, thanks to its 20 Ah battery capacity that can clock a top speed of up to 45 kmph.
It has a charge time of around 8 hours. The scooter also features a full-HD front camera with night vision along with a fully digital console. Its u-shaped LED lights offer visibility of up to nearly 75m. Moreover, it also features geo-fencing, anti-theft alarm and other facilities to enhance the rider experience.
Another highly awaited upcoming electric scooter in 2021, the Elettrica, is expected to launch in July 2022. It is powered by a DC motor that can generate a motor power of up to 3600 W. The Elettrica delivers a driving range of around 100 kms per charge and takes around 3.5 hours for one full charge. It has a Bluetooth-enabled digital console and comes with a front disc brake for safety. This e-scooter is expected to sport an ex-showroom price of Rs. 90,00
This Yamaha e-scooter is one of the highly anticipated upcoming electric scooters in India and is expected to come at a price of Rs. 1.5 lakhs. The EC-05 will be powered by a 6.4 kW battery which can generate 6,400 kW and achieve a top speed of nearly 90 kmph. It can clock 0-50 kmph in a mere 3.9 seconds.
This e-scooter has a driving range of 110 km and takes approximately 3 hours to charge fully. It has a wireless RFID key and connects to a smartphone for scooter apps. Yamaha also provides a home charger called the GoCharger with this model for better convenience. It comes with dual discs for enhanced customer safety.
Name of E-scooter
Expected Launch Date (approx.)
Tunwal Lithino Li 2.0
Hero Electric AE-29
Hero Electric AE-3
Hero Electric AE-75
Hero Electric AXLHE-20
Hero Electric AE-8
Honda PCX Electric
Super Soco Cumini