Following the launch of the Electric Optima ER and Nyx ER last week, Hero Electric has now introduced a new model in its portfolio - the Dash. Priced at Rs 62,000, the Dash is powered by a 28Ah Lithium-ion battery that takes a claimed 4 hours for a full charge. At full capacity, the e-scooter will provide a claimed range of 60km, which is rather low, but then Hero Electric has said that most of its range is targeted at commercial usage.
Standard features on the Dash include LED DRLs and headlight, a digital instrument cluster, USB charging port, tubeless tyres, and a remote access to the boot (under the seat).
Currently, Hero Electric has 615 touchpoints across the nation and intends to take that number to 1,000 by the end of 2020. The company has revealed that they also have plans to ramp up production to 5 lakh units per annum in the next three years.
Just like Okinawa, Ampere and Ather, Hero Electric prices have also seen a reduction in costs thanks to a decrease in GST rates for EVs. The prices mentioned above are including the reduced rate.
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