TVS Creon e-scooter concept unveiled at Auto Expo 2018

    Creon features a 12kW electric motor powered by three Li-ion batteries; is packed with tech. Showcased at Auto Expo 2018.

    Published On Feb 07, 2018 09:20:00 AM


    TVS has showcased an exciting electric scooter concept at Auto Expo 2018. The Creon e-scooter features a 12kW electric motor powered by three lithium-ion batteries which lend it an impressive performance. TVS claims the Creon can go from 0 to 60kph in 5.1sec –  that’s quick by scooter standards – and boasts a range of 80 km.

    The Creon also offers a rapid charging option, which facilitates 80 percent charge in just 60min. The batteries have been designed to ensure high charge per volume and the motor is laid out in a compact manner as well.

    TVS has also placed an emphasis on connectivity and has equipped the Creon with a range of tech developed in collaboration with Intel. It gets a TFT screen which displays the speedometer, battery charge, battery health status, tachometer, trip meter and odometer. The Creon is app-enabled and also offers Cloud connectivity, three riding modes, regenerative braking, park assist, GPS, geofencing and safety/anti-theft features. In addition, it gets a smartphone charger and an underseat storage that can accommodate a full-face helmet.

    Built on an aluminium perimeter frame and featuring diamond cut alloy wheels with chunky TVS Remora tyres, the Creon definitely aims to offer an exciting dynamics package. It features front and rear disc brakes, along with a single-channel ABS and that’s rather comprehensive for a concept.

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