TVS launches new variants of e-scooter iQube

TVS iQube ST will now come in two variants, 3.4 kWh and 5.1 kWh, making it the largest battery pack in the segment.

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TVS launches new variants of  e-scooter iQube

Chennai-based TVS Motor Company on Monday launched a new variant of the TVS iQube with a 2.2 kWh battery. Simultaneously, the company is ready to deliver TVS iQube ST to customers, starting today, TVS Motor said in a release. 

According to the company, the TVS iQube ST will now come in two variants, 3.4 kWh and 5.1 kWh, making it the largest battery pack in the segment. With this, the TVS iQube series now offers an array of five variants available in 11 colours. 

As per Manu Saxena, Senior Vice President, EV Business, of the company, the TVS iQube Electric series now comes with three battery options, providing the most appropriate range and price combination to its customers.

"It is exciting to witness the growth of our 3 lakh strong TVS iQube family. Learning from the riding behavior of our EV customers, we are very happy to launch an all new 2.2 kWh fastest charging variant in TVS iQube and an additional variant in TVS iQube ST. The complete TVS iQube series will now be available for deliveries across India. TVSM will continue to partner with our customers in their journey of success, by making a trustworthy and superior electric mobility experience more accessible," he added. 

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