TVS iQube – first Electric scooter from TVS Motors

TVS Motors have recently launched TVS iQube – an electric and connected scooter. Available in Bengaluru only.

iQube qualifies for government subsidy worth Rs. 22,500 under FAME II. On-Road price after FAME II subsidy is Rs 1,15,000.

Charging the vehicle (0-100%) consumes 2.5 units of electricity i.e. approx Rs. 18 for a full charge that promises a range of 75 km.

Year 2020 has began on a promising note for India’s electric vehicle ecosystem with legacy OEMs like Bajaj and TVS Motors foraying in e-mobility space with new electric two wheelers.

Let’s have a quick look the specifications of TVS iQube:

TVS iQube Specifications

TVS iQube is expected to compete with other new entrant in the EV race – Bajaj’s first electric scooter Chetak Electric and Ather 450, Ather 450X.

Here’s a quick performance and price comparison of iQube with its competition:

TVS iQube Comparison with electric Chetak and Ather 450X

* Indian Driving Cycle

** Other pricing options available at official Ather website.

Visit our Electric Two-wheeler section for more information on other electric options available in the two-wheeler segment.

Which of these options do you like the best? Let us know about your first impressions of TVS iCube in the comments section below.

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  • If you pay close attention, TVS motors has stopped publishing the capacity of the batteries of iQube scooter which is 2.2 Kw as per earlier published figures. What may be the reason? Is it to hide the possible subsidy amount which depends on the battery capacity?

    I paid Rs 127000+5000 booking amount to the dealer in Pune on 9th August. Still I have not received the scooter nor any ETA. The reason I am told is that the company is yet to decide on invoicing the price of the scooter as it depends on the state subsidy in Maharashtra State which is announced recently.

    I didn’t book the scooter thinking of subsidy amount. I don’t want subsidy. I want the scooter. Don’t know why the company is holding back and not delivering. This is proving a bad experience. On one hand, we all think of going for EVs and saving the environment, but on the other hand such experiences are frustrating.

    I am thinking of cancellation of my booking. I am also thinking of making a complaint to consumer forum and demand refund with interest for not providing the goods on time.

    Jagdish Gujar
    Pune

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