Mystery TVS EV launch on August 23; could be a scooter

    This is likely to be an all-new EV offering and will have little to do with the existing TVS iQube electric scooter.

    Published On Jul 10, 2023 12:12:00 PM

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    The TVS iQube has quickly grown to become one of the most popular electric scooters in India. TVS has now sent out an invite for a brand-new “electric-flying launch that will defy the status quo in mobility". 

    This new product will not have anything to do with the existing iQube, or the upcoming iQube ST.  The range-topping TVS iQube ST, with its huge 5kWh battery, has been long overdue for launch now. However, it is now unclear whether a scooter with such a large battery pack makes financial sense, given the recent slashing of the FAME-II subsidy.

    We believe this upcoming TVS electric scooter launch will be a completely new product and that it might be something radically different. Whether it will have any similarities to the well-received TVS Creon concept from the 2018 Auto Expo also remains to be seen.

    It stands to reason that this will be a unique, youthful, and perhaps even a performance-oriented product as the invite mentions “Thrill has a date”. Speaking of which, the date is August 23 and the venue is Dubai. The international venue also hints at the fact that this will be a premium offering. 

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