Electric One, India’s largest electric vehicle (EV) chain, has unveiled its latest two-wheeler series, introducing two new electric scooters known as the E1 Astro Pro and E1 Astro Pro 10. These electric scooters are priced between Rs 99,999 and 1.2 lakh (ex-showroom prices), with potential variations depending on the booking location, city, or state.
Prospective buyers can book these newly launched e-scooters either through the company’s authorized showrooms or its official website. In an official press release, the brand expressed its aim to cater to the diverse demands of the Indian market with these feature-rich e-scooters.
Electric One Astro Series
The Astro EV scooters are equipped with cutting-edge technology designed with Indian customers’ needs in mind. They are powered by a robust 2400-watt motor, enabling the electric scooter to accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h in just 2.99 seconds.
Electric One Astro Series Battery
Additionally, the newly launched series boasts a top speed of 65 KMPH, ensuring swift arrivals for riders at their destinations. The advanced carbon-coated 72 V Lithium Ion batteries, touted as rust-proof, combined with high-grade frames, offer a decent range of 200 KMS on a single charge.
Electric One Astro Series Features
These scooters come loaded with numerous advanced features, including an LED headlight setup with LED DRLs, a remote lock/unlock system, anti-theft alarm features, disc brakes at both ends, a comfortable single-seating arrangement, and more.
Commenting on the new Astro series, Amit Das, the company’s Founder & CEO, stated that Electric One has been a leader in the EV retail space since its inception. With the overwhelming response and global acceptance of the Astro series, the brand was inspired to introduce it to Indian users. This was made possible through the brand’s in-house world-class manufacturing setup in Manesar Gurgaon and collaborations with leading global suppliers. With a Pan-India presence, the company aims to provide world-class after-sales service to its customers, Das added.