Good News!  2 cheap electric scooters launched with new technology eliminates the tension of charging

Good News! 2 cheap electric scooters launched with new technology eliminates the tension of charging

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new Delhi. Indian electric vehicle manufacturer Poise Scooters has launched two new electric scooters in the country. Insane NX-120 has been priced at Rs 1,24,000 (ex-showroom, Karnataka), while the Poise Grace has been priced at Rs 1,04,000 (ex-showroom, Karnataka). The special thing about these scooters is that they have used removable batteries, which can be easily taken out and charged anywhere.

The company claims that its Poise Grace and NX-120 scooters have a lithium-ion-battery, which gives a range of at least 110 km on a single charge. The electric motor used in the key of this scooter can propel the scooter at a top speed of 55 kmph. Apart from this, the company is also working on the development of the Zuink high-speed scooter, which is expected to have a top speed of 90 kmph.

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These scooters are being manufactured at the company’s state-of-the-art plant at Yesvantpur located in Bangalore. The EV maker claims that the plant is capable of manufacturing 30,000 vehicles in the first year. After this, production will be increased to 100,000 vehicles in the second year.

The price of NX-120 is Rs. 1,24,000.

Vittal Bellandor, Managing Director, Nissiki Technologies, said, “We aim to strike a balance between technological breakthroughs, cost, access and sustainability. We look forward to being a big part of the EV revolution. The company aims to develop provisions to recycle Li-ion batteries for EV operations.

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Paras Bellandor, Manager, Poise Scooters, said, “We look forward to collaborating with the EV ecosystem to develop systems to recycle and reuse lithium batteries for their second life. Li-ion batteries will be recycled only after they reach the end of the line. We are actively acquiring the required technology and know how to make it in India.”

Tags: auto news, Autofocus, Electric Scooter, Electric Vehicles

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