Revolutionizing the Indian EV market, Prevail Electric to launch three new e-scooters
One of India's leading electric vehicle manufacturers, Prevail Electric, an automotive solution providing startup is gearing up to launch three premium model scooters in the upcoming month-- Elite, Finesse, and Wolfury. Reforming the booming Indian electric mobility space, the brand aspires to cater to the growing demands of the e-vehicles enthusiast by offering them an all-encompassing solution that seamlessly blends technology with affordable and renewable alterations for a superior riding experience.
Elite- The electric scooter Elite can offer a top speed of 80 km per hour with a maximum load of 200 kg. With a Lithium-ion battery and swappable battery options, the scooter is capable of a 110 km range on a single charge. Once the battery is drained, it can be fully charged in 4 hours. The model comes with a control model of 55A controller with a one-click fix function. The vehicle also has an integrated Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen, primarily used for navigation, control, and entertainment purposes. Thus, the users can groove to their favorite tunes and even attend phone calls without doing it manually, simply experiencing a convenient and feasible mode of commuting.
Finesse- The electric scooter Finesse can offer a top speed of 60 km per hour with a maximum load of 200 kg. With a Lithium-ion battery, the scooter is capable of a 110 km range on a single charge. It has a charging time of 0 to 100% in 4 hours, along with swappable battery options. The model comes with a control model of a 12-tube brushless controller with a one-click fix function.
Wolfury- The electric scooter Wolfury can offer a top speed of 50 km per hour with a maximum load of 200 kg. With a Lithium battery, the scooter is capable of 110 km range on a single charge. The model takes around 4 hours to juice up fully. The model comes with a control model of a 12-tube brushless controller with a one-click fix function.
Made of High-tensile Steel and Aluminum alloy wheel hubs, the three scooters are exceptionally lightweight weighing just 80 kgs (without battery). They can produce mechanical power up to 1000W in a single charge. Built for convenience, Prevail Electric's scooters also enable customers to charge mobile phones while riding with the help of built-in mobile charging ports. All three models come with a warranty of a whopping three years and accept Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) services. The vehicles also have a maximum climb capability of 30-degree and are equipped with Hydraulic Damping for avoiding shock, thus making the overall riding experience relatively more comfortable. Furthermore, they support LED headlights and offer five-speed change options.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr Hemant Bhatt, CEO of Prevail Electric said, "After months of R&D research, we are finally ready to launch our new scooter models. The young generation is much more concerned about climate change and global warming than their predecessors, which is why they are opting for more sustainable yet economic options. Our brand new three scooter models with premium features and commendable speed are ready to revolutionize the e-mobility space in India."
Adding further, he said, "We foresee hypergrowth in the Indian EV market and are continuously working to add more products that are convenient and comfortable for all customers, irrespective of their age or gender."
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