BGauss RUV350 teased before June 25 launch

    BGauss claims the RUV350 is built to handle all terrains.

    Published On Jun 03, 2024 12:46:00 AM

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    BGauss has teased the launch of its upcoming RUV350 scooter. As of now, no information or specifications about the RUV350 have been released. For those not in the know, BGauss is part of the RR Global conglomerate. 

    BGauss gets its name from a magnetism reference, where 'B' is used to denote a type of magnetic field, and Gauss is one of the units used to measure magnetic flux density. The RUV350 appears to have larger wheels than the usual bunch of ICE scooters, which we suspect could be a 16-inch or 17-inch setup. The front fork looks rugged and is equipped with gaiters, while there's a mono-shock setup at the rear. While images aren't clear, we suspect it will come with a TFT and all LED lighting. The brand says the RUV350 is built to handle all terrains.

    BGauss launched the C12i scooter last year in three different variants. The C12i EX comes with a 2kWh battery and a claimed range of 85km, and the C12i Max 2.0 is equipped with a slightly larger 2.7kWh battery and a claimed range of 123km. Last, there’s the C12i Max, which gets a 3.2kWh battery and a claimed range of 135km. Prices for the BGauss C12i start from Rs 1.12 lakh to Rs 1.39 lakh (ex-showroom, India). It remains to be seen if the upcoming BGauss RUV350 will share its battery with the C12i and its variants..

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