Electric scooter Elektrik Spock launched in India
New Delhi: India-based Li-ions Elektrik has launched the Spock, an electric scooter at a starting price of Rs 65,000. The high-speed 2-wheeler has been designed to provide environmental-friendly transport solutions.
Speaking on the launch, Capt. Gurvinder Singh, Director, Li-ions Elektrik Solutions Pvt. Ltd., said to Drive Spark, “Green mobility solutions is the need of the hour. We, at Li-ions Elektrik, are at the forefront of driving electric innovations that will impact environmental and economic sustainability in our communities and nation. With the introduction of these new Electric 2-Wheelers, we aim to empower and encourage people towards an environment-friendly country.”
“The design of our 2-wheeler has been done at the local level which has been 100% made under the “Make in India” umbrella and is fully indigenous.”
Additionally, Capt Singh said, “Any product can only succeed based on the demand it generates in the market, here too, it is a matter of pride for the company to have its orders pre-booked full before the grand launch.”
Electric scooter Spock gets its power from the latest generation 2.9 kWh Lithium-Ion batteries. Power is supplied to a BLDC Hub motor that generates 1.2 kW of continuous power and 2.1 kW of max power.
Max torque output is 230 Nm with maximum speed reaching 45 kmph. This electric 2-wheeler promises a range of 50-130km per charge, thanks to its 72V 40AH Lithium battery. In Economy mode, the Spock will cover 130km of range on a single charge. On Power mode, it will offer 100km of range on a single charge.
The electric 2-wheeler comes with features like a factory-fitted rear cargo box. Other features include thermal insulation, hydraulic suspensions, motorcycle-like handlebars and integrated turn indicators in the tail lamp. The detachable batteries will provide both the options to the user, that of swapping the batteries or charging them at a desktop station.
The on-road price may reach up to Rs 99,999 and will be available by July this year.