Electric TVS Jupiter Spied For The First Time could make into to production as well and hit the roads within a few years
One of the Two-wheeler producer and seller, TVS Motors have planned to set in motion an all new electric scooter in the desi market.This splendid moped will be the very first invasion into the electric bike market. The automobile manufacturer’s logo on the instruments, inbound wiring and the additional buttons on the handlebar shroud are all clear giveaways that this is a TVS product.
Yet, this is definitely not the first electric scooter in the Indian Market. Several small scale manufacturers have been offering economical, Chinese-built models which are often non trustworthy and come with suspect after sales services. Considering the ample background and success of the company in the scooter market, the emerging model would be India’s very first plausible electric two wheeler and the game changer, the Indian EV market needs.
Off late, TVS has remained closemouthed regarding its future EV plans, but has confirmed that the scooter which was being spied all these days, is actually the firm’s very first electric bike. Although, still in its initial testing period, the model appears to have all geared up to contribute to the manufacturer’s strong automatic scooter range, which comprises of highly successful models like Jupiter, and the compact, Eve-friendly mopeds, Pep and Pep Plus.
The forthcoming version is a full-size TVS scooter, which is well known for its additionally large proportions. It is also expected that the all- new electric scooter is said to share parts with the Jupiter and emerge out as a comfy, roomy and slightly stepped seat. Also on the cards are now on a new monoshock suspension for the rear and drum brakes.The other addendum are, flush-fitted turn indicators, a roomy flat floorboard and handy bag storage hooks.
No wonder, TVS has always full filled the expectations of a premium moped with quality bits like, alloy wheels with tubeless tyres to be standard. The mapping of the exposed wires suggests that the battery pack will be placed centrally, below the seat exactly how much under-seat storage space this will leave remains to be seen. Power, charge time and range are still up to no clues or information, says the analysis team is good at questioning me. Prototypes and a market introduction is still off the route and unlikely before mid-2018.