The new electric scooter – ETrance+ has been launched in India by Hyderabad-incubated company. This new Pure EV ETrance+ is priced at a cost of Rs. 56,999 (ex-showroom) and is guaranteed a range of sixty-five kilometers.
It is Pure EV ‘s 5th electric scooter, after the EPluto 7 G and the ETron+. This new scooter is available in four colors: red, blue, matte black, and gray. The start-up comes up with eABS, regenerative braking, and SOC indicators are given for this scooter which shows the remaining battery percentage.
Rohit Vadera, PuREnergy CEO, commented on the launch of the new electric scooter “In this COVID-19 pandemic scenario, thrust on personal mobility has increased significantly and people are looking for electric scooters at affordable prices. ‘ETrance+’ comes with a robust chassis design, body parts built for Indian road conditions and advanced features like regenerative braking, eABS and a SOC indicator shows the percentage of battery capacity remaining. We are confident that this model will meet the requirements of the majority of customers looking to buy EVs for their daily short commutes.”
With a high speed of 25 kilometres per hour, the ETrance+ uses a 250-watt brushless hub engine. With lights LEDs, 10-inch alloy wheels and drums brakes for both wheel. The ETrance+ comes with a movable battery for charging at home. Nevertheless, the battery charging time is still under wraps.
In addition , the company says that the high-speed e-scooter variant is currently under production and will have a maximum speed of 55 kmph and a 90 km ranges for a single charge by December of this year. The ETrance+ high-speed will cost you Rs. 69,999 (ex-showroom).
Pure EV states that a new electric scooter in 17 states including Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Odisha, Rajasthan, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal and others will be available at more than 50 dealers by the end of this month.
The company plans to expand its production facility to a larger plant spanning 2 lakh sq.ft. The new plant will be run sometime in 2021, having a yearly capacity of two lakh EVs and a battery capacity of 5 GWh. Currently, 20,000 EVs are manufactured by Pure EV.