The company has confirmed that their products will be available starting from January 1, 2020. The electric scooter and bike will be priced between Rs 51,000 to Rs 1.55 lakh, ex-showroom (India), depending on the model and variant.
At the time of launch, the company confirmed their launch plans in the country. The products will be first made available in Maharashtra with first showroom coming up in Pune, Koregaon Park. The expansion to other states and cities will be made in phase-wise manner across the country. Rowwet Mobility aims to sell 10,000 units, and 200 franchises set up across the country, in the first year of the launch.
The company is offering all their models with three battery options on each model that was launched. The buyers can choose from entry-level lead acid battery, the mid-spec lithium-ion battery, and the company's top-spec 'Click' battery. The click battery can juice itself in 12 minutes, offering the lowest charging time out of the three batteries.
The charge time for the battery pack remains same across the line-up. The company claims that Lead Acid, Lithium-ion, and Click batteries can charge from 0 to 100 per cent in seven hours, three hours, and 12 minutes respectively. Here is a model-wise specs and details:
The entry-level model from the company's electric-scooter line-up, features a 48V battery with 250W electric motor. The Zepop features a claimed range of 90 kilometers on a single charge, and a top-speed of 25kmph. The charging time for the battery depends on the type of battery chosen.
Other mechanicals on the scooter includes, telescopic suspensions on the front, and dual-shock absorbers at the rear. Braking on the scooter are done by disc rotors at both ends. Other features include, alloy wheels, tubeless tyres, fully-digital instrument cluster and more.
Next model from the company's electric-scooter line-up, features a 60V battery with 2000W electric motor. The Rame features a maximum claimed range of 145 kilometers on a single charge, and a maximum top-speed of 55kmph. The charge time for the electric scooter depends on the battery chosen.
The scooter features a retro-looking design with round headlamps. It also features cruise control as well. Other features on the scooter are similar to the one seen on the Zepop model, including the suspension and the brakes.
The Vegatron features a 72V battery with 2000W electric motor. The electric scooter features a maximum claimed range of 145 kilometers on a single charge, and a maximum top-speed of 65kmph. Again, the charge time for the electric scooter depends on the battery chosen.
The electric scooter features a funky-modern design appealing to the younger generation. The scooter feature full-LED lighting across the scooter, with a 'Sport' riding mode. Apart from the two changes, other features and mechanicals set up remain similar to the other electric scooters.
The Eleq features a 72V battery with 2000W electric motor. The electric scooter features a max claimed range of 145 kilometers on a single charge, and a maximum top-speed of 65kmph.
The Eleq features retro-modern design with a unique seat design and stylish looking LED lights placed on the apron of the scooter. The seat is finished in a brown trim adding to the modern looks. All other features and mechanicals remain similar to other scooters.
The first electric motorcycle from the company, features a 72V battery paired with a 3000W electric motor. The company claims the motorcycle could travel 100 kilometers on a single charge with a top-speed of 100kmph. The charge time again, depends on the type of battery that you choose.
The bike features a sport design and cooling fins for the battery. The other features include telescopic suspension at the front and monoshock at the rear. Braking on the motorcycle are done by a dual-disc setup at the front, and a single disc rotor at the rear.
The electric motor on all five models are hub mounted. Also, all models feature USB charging as well. The company will soon increase the production capacity to 1,000 units per month and aims to increase the number by 10,000 units per month by 2021.
Thoughts About The Rowwet Electric Vehicles Launched In India
The EV space in India is adding up with new models getting introduced every week. The shift from conventional mobility to green vehicles is getting a lot of traction, with most manufacturers targeting the younger generation. Rowwet has a good amount of vehicles in the line-up, and with three battery options it is also targeting a wider audience in the EV buyers segment as well. Introduction of an electric bike with other scooters is a great move by the company as well.
Pune based electric vehicle manufacturer, Rowwet Mobility, has launched their electric scooters and bike in India. A total of five electric two-wheelers has been launched by the company, this includes four scooters and one motorcycle.