BGauss e-scooter prices start from Rs 52,499

    There are two scooter models, A2 and B8, both of which available with lead-acid and lithium-ion battery options.

    Published On Jul 17, 2020 03:50:00 PM


    BGauss e-scooter prices start from Rs 52,499

    Not long ago, RR Global, a conglomerate in the electrical industry, announced that it was entering the electric two-wheeler segment with a company called BGauss. Shortly after, it showed-off two products, and now, has begun accepting bookings on its website. The two models, the A2 and B8, are available in multiple variants and the booking amount for all of them is the same, at Rs 3,000. Listed below are the variants and their prices:

    Price list
    Model and variantEx-showroom price (pan-India)
    A2 Lead-acidRs 52,499
    A2 Lithium-ionRs 67,999
    B8 Lead-acidRs 62,999
    B8 Lithium-ionRs 82,999
    B8 LI TechnologyRs 88,999
    The A2 is available in two variants while the B8 comes in three choices. The B8 is the higher performing version, with a 1,900W, hub-mounted motor and a 1.45kWh battery. The B8 can be had with either a lead-acid battery (7-8 hour charging time) or a removable lithium-ion battery (with a 3 hour charging time). 

    The B8 is available in three variants – the base lead-acid model, the lithium-ion model and what the company calls the LI Technology model. All three claim the same top speed of 50kph, but the top model gets features like navigation assist, ride metrics, remote diagnostics, live tracking, geo-fencing and more. The company claims a 78km range with the lead-acid model and a 70km range with the lithium-ion models.

    The A2, meanwhile, uses a 250W motor, which is good for a top speed of 25kph. The A2 can also be had with a choice of a lead-acid battery (7-8 hours charge time) or a removable 1.29kWh lithium-ion battery that takes 2-3 hours to charge.

    Both the B8 and A2 come with three riding modes and are available in blue, white and grey colour schemes. BGauss says it will offer features like an anti-theft alarm, anti-theft motor locking, an LED instrument panel, DRLs, keyless start, a centralised seat lock, USB charging, a reverse assist, side stand sensor and more.

    Delivery of the scooters is set to begin in August.

    Also see:

    BGauss EVs: Your questions answered

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