Energy EV Electric Scooter and Motorcycle Launched: The pressure towards electric mobility in the country has given a boost to many startups. This is largely true in the case of electric two-wheeler startups. Because a large number of electric two-wheelers have come up in the last few years. Adding to this list, Energy EV has launched three electric vehicles. The company today launched Glyde +, Evolve Z and Evolve R electric two-wheelers on 3 February.
In which Glyde + is an electric scooter and has been offered with a price tag of Rs 92,000, while Evolve is a street bike priced at Rs 1.3 lakh, and Evolve R looks like a Scrambler motorcycle. 1.42 lakhs has been fixed. For details, let us know that all the prices given here are onroad.
Earth Glyde +: In Earth Energy Glide, the company has used a 2.4W electric motor, which provides a top speed of 60 kmph. All three electric vehicles feature LED headlamps with a fully digital TFT instrument panel for essential readouts such as auto headlight facilities, battery status, charging status, range, and more. It also has an application that gives complete information to the driver like turn-by-turn navigation, incoming calls, message alerts, trip history, vehicle diagnostics, etc. Through this, you can also pair your smartphone with the instrument console.
Evolve Z & Evolve R: The company has given the same 96Ah Lithium-Ion battery in both the bikes, which is capable of giving a range of 110 km in Evolve R. At the same time, this battery gives a range of 100 km on the Evolve Z. Evolve R is a muscular beast. This bike gets charged in 40 minutes through fast charging facility.
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