Comparing the Best Electric Vehicle in India: A Deep Dive into the Features, Range, and More -
With the growing concern for pollution and increasing fuel prices,have gained significant popularity in India. While electric cars have been in the spotlight, electric two-wheelers are also making their mark in the market. In this blog post, we will take a deep dive into the electric vehicle features, range, price comparison and more of the best electric two-wheelers available in India.
1. Bajaj Chetak Electric VS Bounce Infinity E1+
, a renowned name in the Indian two-wheeler industry for a long-long time, has penetrated the EV market with its Bajaj Chetak Electric scooter. This stylish scooter offers a range of 95 kilometres on a single charge, making it suitable for daily commutes. The Chetak Electric comes with a retro-modern design, LED lighting, and a fully digital LCD instrument cluster.
In terms of features, it offers reverse gear, keyless ignition, and smartphone connectivity for enhanced convenience. Safety features include a front disc brake, regenerative braking, and a dedicated app for vehicle tracking and diagnostics.
On the other side of the ring stands, another made-in-India EV firm whose product Infinity E1+ may stand a chance against the millennial-era brand. The E1+ EV provides infotainment, side stand alert, anti-theft system and many other features.
The price of Cheatk EV is Rs 112,998(ex-showroom), whereas the price of E1+ is Rs 141,440 (ex-showroom).
So, if your daily commute need requires long-distance travelling, you might want to go with E1+ as the 2W EV provides 100km of true range over 90 km of Chetak’s true range, along with comparative fast charging. However, if you are looking for a more powerful, and more family-friendly scooter suited for every age group and gender, Bjajaj’s Chetak takes the lead as the vehicle is equipped with a 3.3kwh battery, has 18L of bootspace and gives 70km/hr top speed.
2. Ather 450X VS TVS iQube ST, an Indian EV startup, has introduced the Ather 450X (3.7kwh) electric scooter, which promises a top speed of 90 km/h and a range of 150 kilometres. The 450X boasts a sleek and futuristic design, along with LED lighting and a high-resolution touchscreen dashboard.
One of the standout features of the Ather 450X is its connected technology, allowing riders to access over-the-air updates, vehicle tracking, and personalized riding modes. It also includes features like fast charging capabilities, reverse mode, smartphone connectivity, and regenerative braking for optimal performance and convenience.
On the other side,, a leading two-wheeler manufacturer in India, has introduced the electric scooter TVS iQube ST. This scooter offers a range of 145 kilometres on a single charge and a top speed of 82 km/h. It features an elegant design and comes equipped with LED lighting and a digital instrument cluster.
The iQube Electric includes features like geofencing, day and night display modes, and smartphone connectivity for navigation and calls. It also offers regenerative braking, a USB charging port, and a dedicated mobile app for ride statistics and vehicle control.
Ufff! This a tough fight Both e-scooters hold their grounds pretty much strongly. Ather, with a slightly larger boot space, provides more storage along with comparatively lighter kerb weight, iQube provides a greater wheelbase providing more riding stability. Ather, on the other hand, costs Rs 145,000 and iQube costs Rs 149,999. Hence, in the domain of “electric vehicle price comparison” Ather takes the charge. However, we will strongly recommend you, to consider your locality and analyse the nearest customer care centre of both the brands before making any decision. You don’t know how to do that? Don’t worry just go toand search your nearest customer care centres.
3. Ola Electric Scooter vs vida v1 pro, a major player in the EV industry of India, has almost eclipsed the electric two-wheeler market with its exceptional Ola Electric Scooters. However, there are many companies in the market giving a tough fight to the EV giant.
Ola's first flagship producthas a range of 170 kilometres on a single charge and has a fast charging capability that can charge the scooter in just 6.3 hours. The electric vehicle features include proximity lock/unlock, infotainment, geo-fencing, anti-theft system, reverse mode, hill hold and so much more. The EV comes in 4 riding modes i.e. Eco, Normal, Sport and Hyper.
Whereas, on the other hand,, a sister firm of Hero has seen successful sales of its VIDA World V1 Pro. With its 4 riding modes i.e. eco, ride, sport and custom the vehicle provides a smooth drive up to the range of 165km. Moreover, V1 Pro also has a 4kWh battery which justifies its long range.
Although Ola provides more range, speed, and features over V1 Pro, the hero-powered company gives some exclusive features like Voice Assistant and Manual SOS (on the HMI) which are not present in the 1st gen variant of the S1 Pro.
Despite the fight leaning over Ola, V1 Pro has an edge. The S1 pro-EV does not come with a portable battery pack, which means you should have a ground-floor charging facility available at your residence to charge your vehicle. Whereas, the V1 pro provides a removable battery pack suitable to be charged at home irrespective of the floor you are living on.
The Indian electric two-wheeler market is witnessing a surge in demand as consumers seek eco-friendly and cost-effective alternatives. The Bajaj Chetak Electric, Ather 450X, and TVS iQube Electric, Bounce Infinity, Ola are among the best options available, offering impressive ranges, modern designs, and advanced features.
With the government's push towards EV adoption and the continuous expansion of charging infrastructure, electric two-wheelers are poised to become increasingly popular in India. Themay vary the prices mentioned above, to know the exact price you can go to www.evindia.online, or Whatsapp our EV guru at +918780772948
These efforts are dedicated to embracing the green infrastructure of India. Embracing these eco-friendly vehicles not only reduces pollution but also helps save costs in the long run. It's time for a greener, cleaner, and smarter way to commute with electric two-wheelers.