TVS Motor Company is all set to launch its new electric scooter in Nepal. The two-wheeler manufacturer has confirmed that it will launch its second electric scooter in the country very soon. This upcoming TVS electric scooter will be based on the TVS Creon concept. TVS had marked its entry into the EV space with iQube and recently launched the updated 2022 model however iQube is yet to be launched in the Nepalese market. TVS new Creon-based electric scooter will have sharper, and more aggressive styling with a sporty, and maxi-styled profile.
TVS Creon electric scooter is likely to have more power output, acceleration, and a top speed in comparison to iQube. First showcased during Auto Expo 2018, Creon Concept was equipped with triple battery packs that generated 12 kW of power. The concept scooter made use of three Li-ion batteries. The scooter’s range was claimed at around 80 km and it could accelerate from 0 to 60 kmph in 5.1 seconds. TVS had previously revealed that Creon's battery can be charged to 80 percent in 60 minutes. We do not know the production model's specs and electric motor yet.
We expect this new TVS electric scooter to feature sporty and aggressive styling. The new electric scooter will feature diamond-cut alloy wheels, LED lights, digital instrument console, connected tech, live tracking, geo-fencing, vehicle tracking, crash alert, anti-theft alert, navigation assist, last parked location, proactive vehicle diagnosis, mobile phone charging, boot light, and regenerative brakings as standard. TVS electric two-wheeler will also boast interesting color options for the buyers. It is set to come with a dual-battery setup.
The new TVS Creon electric scooter is set to make a debut shortly in the Nepalese market and is expected to be launched somewhere in 2022. Once launched, the TVS Creon electric scooter will compete against the likes of the Ather 450X and the Ola S1 Pro. TVS currently offers one EV TVS iQube in India at the moment. The company said the electric scooter will be available across the dealerships in Nepal by the end of 2022.