Hero relaunches Vida V1 Plus at Rs 97,800

The Vida V1 Plus features a 3.44kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with a a top speed of 80kph and a real-world range of 100km.

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Hero relaunches Vida V1 Plus at Rs 97,800

Hero initially launched two electric scooters under its Vida sub-brand – the V1 Plus and the V1 Pro. However, in just a few months, the company discontinued the V1 Plus, and has now reintroduced it at Rs 97,800 in Delhi.

Hero Vida V1 Plus range, performance

The Vida V1 Plus features a 3.44kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with a a top speed of 80kph and a real-world range of 100km. It can accelerate from 0-40kph in a claimed 3.4s and has three riding modes – Eco, Ride and Sport. Both the V1 Plus and V1 Pro share a single motor with a continuous power output of 3.9kW, peak power of 6kW and a maximum torque output of 25Nm. Two 1.72kWh removable batteries are offered, which can be charged from 0-80 percent in 5 hours and 15 minutes.

In terms of features, the Vida V1 Plus shares the 7-inch TFT dash with auto dark and light mode, and connected features like turn-by-turn navigation and vehicle diagnostics tracker through the application with the V1 Pro. It also gets all-LED lighting, cruise control, keyless entry, and electronic seat and handle lock.

At its more affordable price tag, the Vida V1 Plus rivals the Ola S1 Air (Rs 1.05 lakh), the Ather 450S (Rs 97,547) and the Bajaj Chetak Urbane (Rs 1.15 lakh).

All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.

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