If you’re looking for the best electric bike in India, you’ve come to the right place. Here are four bikes that will be hot on the market by 2022: the Ola S1, TVS’s iQube Electric, KTM’s Ultraviolet F77, and the Odysse electric EVOQIS. Each of these models has unique features and are ready to change the way people travel and get around.
Ola S1 electric bikes have been on sale in India since December last year. While the company has offered incentives and upgrades to S1 owners, the halt in production has left some disappointed customers. Many of these people are looking forward to upgrading their S1s in the future. In fact, Ola has changed its mind several times in the past and now prefers to manufacture the higher-end S1 Pro model. In the meantime, you can book your S1 on the Ola app.
TVS’s iQube Electric
The TVS iQube Electric Scooter is an all-new electric scooter. The TVS Creon was unveiled in 2018. While this rival scooter was aimed at a more mass audience, the iQube is much cheaper than its petrol counterpart. However, it may be difficult to convert petrol vehicle users to the electric mode. This article explores the pros and cons of the new TVS electric scooter.
Odysse electric EVOQIS
The latest flagship model of the Mumbai-based company Odysse Electric Vehicles is the Odysse electric Evoqis. It’s a sleek electric sports bike with a range of 140 km and a top speed of 80 kmph. Its electric motor boasts sharp aerodynamics, clip-on handlebars, and a sporty riding posture.
KTM’s Ultraviolet F77
The launch of the ultra-green KTM’s F77 electric bike in India is not far off. The electric bike has been in development since 2016, and the modular battery pack has been designed in India. The modules weigh eight kilograms and can be charged individually or as a unit for greater range. The F77 is expected to cost around Rs 3 lakh. A range of up to 150 km can be achieved on one charge.
Revolt Motors’ Ather 450X
The Ather 450X is a premium electric bike from Revolt Motors and is expected to hit the Indian market in 2022. It has a cost of Rs 1.27 lakh in Delhi, which includes maintenance and service. The Ather’s battery is said to last for five to six years. The scooter can reach a top speed of 115 km/h. The Ather is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen display and keyless technology.
KTM’s Turbo Como SL
KTM’s Turbo Como SL is a new electric bike in the pipeline, and it’s one that offers both conventional and electric biking experiences. The bike is built for city driving, but it’s also capable of tackling steep hills thanks to its natural power support. The Turbo Como is expected to reach India sometime in 2022, and the launch will be a major event in the country’s electric bike market.