Electric scooter space is getting bigger and bigger each day. Many big brands and startup companies are introducing their products to the people. One such company is EeVe which is owned by the Bharat group. EeVe has now launched their high-speed electric scooter called EeVe SOUL which is priced at Rs1.39 lakh.
The company aims to capture 10% of India’s electric vehicle market within the next five years. The EV maker has also announced a plan to invest up to Rs 1,000 crore during the next two years towards R&D, developing new products in electric mobility solutions, improving existing manufacturing facilities, setting up charging infrastructure, localizing parts, expanding networks and engaging in brand building.
Specs and features
Talking about the EeVe SOUL, it is powered by a 1200W Bosch motor and has a lithium Ferrous Phosphate swappable and detachable battery. The Battery takes 3-4 hours to charge from 0-100%. SOUL has a top speed of 60Kmph and a range of 120 Kms. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic suspension at the front and a four-step adjustable rear suspension.
SOUL also gets features like anti-theft lock, GPS navigation, USB port, keyless experience, reverse mode, central braking system, geo-fencing, geo-tagging, and a Bluetooth speaker. The SOUL rides on 12-inch alloy wheels with a tubeless tire with disc brake at both ends. Eeve SOUL will come with a three-year warranty and the scooter will hit the road by January 2022.
Harsh Vardhan Didwania, Co-Founder & Director, EeVe India said,” We have a legacy of 80 years in the mobility industry with the largest state-of-the-art operational manufacturing plant in the country. Last fiscal, we sold 15, 000 units of our low-speed models and are confident of achieving the target of another 50,000 units in the next two years.
For this, we are working on strengthening and expanding our network system from the existing 150 dealers and sub-dealers to 300 and mark our pan-India presence. With the recent disruption due to environmental compulsions, awareness, and economic viability, the EV segment is set out for a complete transformation. So, as a company, we feel this is absolutely the right time for us to take a big stride forward, and drive the change to stay ahead of the curve.”