Ampere Reo Elite electric scooter launched at Rs 45,099

    Reo Elite is capable of a top speed of 25kph, and offers 55-65km of range; Ampere has opened bookings for the e-scooter.

    Published On Dec 24, 2019 03:18:00 PM


    Ampere Vehicles has launched the Reo Elite electric scooter at Rs 45,099 (ex-showroom, Bangalore). Starting today, customers can book their Reo Elite for Rs 1,999 on Ampere’s website and through dealerships in Bangalore. This is the first new launch after Greaves Cotton completed the stake buyout of the Coimbatore-based EV make and made it a subsidiary.

    The Reo Elite is powered by a 48V-20Ah lead-acid battery that is capable of a claimed range of 55-65km. The battery powers a 250W motor that can propel the Reo Elite to a top speed of 25kph; this means a license or registration isn’t mandatory to ride it. The e-scooter is also relatively light at 86kg.

    Commenting on the launch, Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD and CEO, Greaves Cotton said, “Through Ampere we are focused on building a portfolio of world-class, made-in-India and clean mobility solutions. With extensive Greaves Retail network and exclusive Ampere showrooms, we are well on course to making our electric vehicles available across. With successes in the electric two-wheeler segment, Greaves has metamorphosed into complete auto ecosystem player with a comprehensive offering of products and services that straddle both ICE and EV segments.”

    P Sanjeev, COO, Ampere Vehicles added, “We are constantly transforming our products with technological innovations and improving customer experience with easy access and strong aftermarket support. Reo Elite electric scooter stands for comfort, class, style and will be a smart solution to affordable commute for millions of Indians. We are committed to designing and developing a further range of trendy electric scooters that will be the first choice of mobility for urban and rural commuters.”


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