TVS Unveils Premium TVS X Electric Scooter with Cutting-Edge Features

TVS Motors Launches High-Performance Electric Scooter with Advanced Technology and Impressive Range

TVS Motors Company unveiled its much-anticipated electric scooter, the TVS X Electric Scooter,

during a live event in Dubai today. Positioned as a premium category electric scooter, the TVS X comes packed with advanced features and modern technology.

This new model is built upon the innovative XLETON platform, showcasing a maxi-style design. Crafted from aluminum alloy, the TVS X features a sturdy Xleton frame.

The TVS X Electric Scooter boasts a 4.44 kWh dual battery pack, noted for its dust and water resistance. It introduces fast charging technology, offering the option to recharge using a Smart X Home rapid charger, which achieves 50% charge in just 50 minutes, or a 950W portable charger that takes around 4.5 hours to reach 80% charge.

With a range of approximately 140 km per single charge, the TVS X achieves a top speed of 105 kmph. The scooter incorporates regenerative braking to enhance battery life and driving range. Remarkably, it showcases innovative digital features such as an X-Tilt swiveling instrument console and a sizeable 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster.

The TVS X Electric Scooter offers three distinct ride modes: Xthealth, Xtride, and Xonic. The Xonic mode stands out as the most powerful, featuring ABS and cruise control. Additional features include an offset mono suspension at the rear and an auto hold function.

Interested buyers can now book the TVS X by paying an initial amount of Rs. 5000, with deliveries expected to commence in November. However, the starting price of the TVS X is set at Rs. 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Bengaluru), making it the priciest electric scooter in India and excluding it from the government’s FAME incentive.

TVS Motors aims to maintain its electric scooter leadership by launching a new product next month, possibly the TVS IQube ST, a higher variant of the IQube Series. Furthermore, the company plans to introduce an extensive range of EVs within the next year and a half, including electric 3-wheel cargo vehicles and new variants of their existing models.