The ePluto 7G is the company’s most expensive electric scooter with a top speed of 60 km/h. On a single charge, this scooter can be driven up to 90-120 km.
Hyderabad-based electric two-wheeler company Pure has launched the ePluto 7G electric scooter, whose ex-showroom price has been kept at Rs 78,999. This e-scooter has been made available in only one variant and 6 colors. The Pure EV’s ePluto 7G is mated to a 1500W electric motor. Pure EV also manufactures lithium-ion batteries. The ePluto 7G is the company’s most expensive electric scooter with a top speed of 60 km/h. On a single charge, this scooter can be driven up to 90-120 km.
The new EV looks like a Bajaj Chetak
The Pure EV comes with a small size 60V 2.5kW battery which can be easily charged even at home. Visually, the new EV is a lookalike of the Bajaj Chetak which gets a Vespa-like round headlamp with chrome-finished mirrors. Other features of the scooter include a 5-inch LCD display, LED headlamps, anti-theft alarm with a smart lock. The total weight of the ePluto 7G is 76 kg and it takes a total of 4 hours to charge its battery. The ePluto 7G has a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear.
No cost EMI of Rs 2,838
Telescopic forks have been given in the front part of the electric scooter and mono-shock suspension in the rear. This ePluto can be purchased at a no-cost EMI of Rs 2,838. With this price, the electric scooter will compete with the Okinawa Praise and Ampere Magnus Pro in the segment. Let us tell you that this electric brand was started from the IIT Hyderabad campus and here the company’s research facility has also been set up.