Okaya EV Motofaast Scoobike launched at Rs 1.37 lakh
Booking open through the company website
Okaya EV has launched the Motofaast Scoobike at Rs 1.37 lakh. The EV has a range of 110 - 130 km on a single charge, which takes 4-5 hours to get fully charged, and has three driving modes: Eco, City, and Sports, and can achieve a maximum speed of 70 kmph based on the loading capacity.
The Motofaast Scoobike is capable of delivering a peak power output of 2300W, and is equipped with a dual battery system with a combined capacity of 3.53 kWh, featuring the advanced LFP battery technology. Additionally, extra safety features included in the scooter is an incident buzzer that provides an alert to the rider at least 5 minutes prior in the case of a thermal runaway as well as a Combi Disc braking system for both the rear and front wheels, the company stated.
Furthermore, the scooter is IP67 rated and certified by ICAT as per AIS 156 Phase 2 Amendment, ensuring that all vehicle critical components are safeguarded in accordance with safety standards established as per the Indian Government guidelines.
The Scoobike comes with a 3-year/30,000 kms warranty that covers both the battery and motor.
Commenting on the newly launched Motofaast, Anshul Gupta, Managing Director of Okaya Electric Vehicles, said, “We've come to understand that, in addition to safety, our customers are seeking an array of advanced features. This realisation has inspired us to introduce the stylish Scoobike with high-end features, to offer our customers the safest and most comfortable ride possible. Our aim is to provide the latest and safest technology to our customers, whether it's in terms of batteries or feature enhancements."
The Motofaast Scoobike will be available in seven refreshing colours: Cyan, Rusty Orange, Red, White, Silver, Matt green, and Black.
Booking for the Motofaast Scoobike are open through the company website at Rs 2,499. Initial deliveries are scheduled to commence in Delhi and Jaipur next month.
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