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Top 5 EVs you should buy in 2023

The best five electric scooters you should buy in 2023 are shown below. Along with descriptions of each model of electric scooter available on the market.
Somsubhra ChowdhurySomsubhra Chowdhury13-Dec-22 1:35 PM
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Top 5 EVs you should buy in 2023

Are you looking for a way to move around the city that is both enjoyable and ecologically friendly? Are you hoping to contribute to a thriving ecology in the future? If so, That's good news! The best five electric scooters you should buy in 2023 are shown below. Along with descriptions of each model of electric scooter available on the market, we'll also include images and costs.

Electric vehicles gradually transform the automobile industry annually by introducing increasingly potent and practical models. Both benefits and drawbacks of electric bikes and scooters exist, but the benefits exceed the liabilities.


The best compelling argument for electric two-wheelers, amongst some of the benefits and drawbacks of electric bikes, is their ecological friendliness. They save exhaustible fuels and don't emit pollution.


While buying electric two-wheelers is a bit more expensive than purchasing traditional two-wheelers, you'll save money on petrol, so it holds an economic advantage. In light of increasing fuel prices, countless individuals opt for electric vehicles to save the expense of their transportation.


When considering the benefits and drawbacks of electric scooters, one of their key benefits is the absence of complex operations. The maintenance of electric two-wheelers is, therefore, far cheaper than that of conventional vehicles.


When used, the majority of cars produce a great deal of noise. As people stroll through a crowded street, the noise produced by several automobiles may be irritating and harmful. Another advantage of electric two-wheelers is that they make far too little sound.

Here are the top electric two-wheelers that you should go for in 2023.

Ather 450X



450X's PMS Motor is connected to a 6Kwh lithium-ion battery capacity. Ride mode is said to have a range of 70 kilometers; in Eco mode, the range can be 85 kilometers per charge. In Warp mode, the Ather 450X can accelerate from 0 to 40km/h in 3.41 seconds. These features are available on the 7-inch TFT display, driven by a 1.3 GHz Snapdragon processor, and operate an accessible variant of the Android OS. Controls for music and calls over Bluetooth are some of the most recent enhancements. A 4G LTE SIM card is included in this particular model. Two variants are offered: The 450 Plus, which costs 1.26L & the 450X, which costs 1.45L. (ex-showroom)

TVS iQube

The 4.4kW hub motor and dual batteries of 2.25kWh battery pack each power the TVS iQube. The

TVS iQube

has a peak speed of 78kmph claimed. With a full charge, it can go up to 75 kilometers. It accelerates quickly, taking only 4.2 seconds to get from 0 to 40km/h. However, the EV's peak speed in Eco mode is only 40 kmph. A USB charging connector, LED lighting, a boot space LED light, and a color digital dashboard that links to a smartphone are just a few highlights of the TVS iQube Electric. Other notable functions include three riding modes, Q-park assistance, and regenerative braking. The price for a TVS iQube Electric begins at Rs. 1.00 lakh (Ex-Showroom). The STD model of the TVS iQube Electric is the only one available. The TVS iQube Electric has reduced its price by Rs 11,250 thanks to the government's updated Fame 2 subsidy scheme.

Okaya Faast F4

The Okaya Faast F4 comes with a dual 72V LFP battery pack , giving it a maximum capacity of 4.4 kWh. With full charge, Okaya states that this will have a range of up to 160 kilometres. Even if that estimate may be an exaggeration, It can still able to ride 125 km on a full charge while using a combination of Eco and Sports modes, with 10% energy left. On the

Okaya Faast F4

, a range of 140 kilometres is fairly possible when driven properly. It takes around 5 to 6 hours to fully charge this battery, but the portable charger that comes with the EV is pretty large and bulky, and there is nowhere to put it while riding because the under-seat space is already fully utilised. The Okaya Faast F4 comes with three complimentary modes : eco, normal & sports. In Eco mode the scooter can reach upto a speed of 52km/h. The top speed can go upto 70km/h with the sports mode. The Okaya Faast is priced at 1.10L in India. (ex-showroom)

BGauss D15i

A centre driven 3.1kW PMSM powertrain with max torque of 110Nm powers the BGauss D15. Reverse, Sport, and Eco are the three available modes. According to


, the EV can reach a peak speed of 60 kph and accelerate from 0 to 40 kph in 7 seconds while operating in Sport mode. In Eco mode, the highest speed is 50kph. The 3.2kWh detachable lithium-ion battery pack of the BGauss D15i model is IP67 certified and requires 5 hours and 30 minutes to recharge to 100% capacity. It can be charged from 0% to 80% capacity in 4 hours. The battery may be completely charged in about one hour and thirty minutes with an alternative fast charger. The scooter's range on a single charge is 115 kilometres, according to ARAI certification. The BGauss D15i is priced at around Rs 1 lakh. (ex-showroom)

Ola S1 pro

There is no denying the

Ola S1 Pro's

enjoyment factor, having come out of an ICE scooter. Four settings are available to you: Eco, Normal, Sports, and Hyper. The scooter begins in Normal mode by the standard. Even while riding, the methods may be switched. The scooter is powered by a 3.97kWh lithium-ion battery pack which enables the EV to glide upto a range of 170kms in Eco mode with a full charge. It has a 750W charging port that can be used in your house's garage or connected to a standard 5 amp outlet. It takes more than 6.5 hours to get there, from 0 to 100%, and charges about 15% every hour. Ola S1 Air's peak speed in Sports mode is 90km/h. The Ola S1 pro is powered by a 5.5kW hub motor which enables the EV to accelerate from 0-40 km/h in 4.3 seconds, but it takes 9.8 seconds to reach 60 kilometers per hour. The S1 Pro is priced at 1.29L (ex-showroom).


EV is the future of the world. Before buying an EV, you should always look out for certain things. By analyzing them, you can choose the suitable electric ride for yourselves. There is a significant likelihood that the industry for electric two-wheelers in India will expand. The government must assist the market by lowering tariffs and incentivizing suppliers and electric two-wheeler makers. As a result, customers will have more straightforward access to components, and producers will feel pressured to offer better prices.

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