EeVe updated their electric scooter line-up in the country with the addition of two new models - Atreo and Ahava.

EeVe has refreshed their electric scooter line-up in the country with the addition of two new models - Atreo and Ahava. The former is priced at Rs 64,900 while the latter retails at a price tag of Rs 55,000 (ex-showroom). With the launch of new scooters, Indian consumers can look forward to new options in the electric two-wheeler segment. According to the manufacturer, Atreo electric scooter has a range of 100 kms while Ahava can go up to 70 kms on a full charge. EeVE is giving a 5-year warranty on both these scooters. The battery warranty is only applicable for one-year. As per the brand, the running costs is just 15 paise per kilometre for the new scooters. With these two new introductions, EeVe will challenge Ather, Okinawa, Hero Electric in the rapidly growing electric scooter segment in India. 

Talking more about the newly launched electric scooters, they come loaded with safety and security features like geo-tagging, immobilization, geo-fencing among many others. As for colour options, Atreo offers a dual-tone paint scheme consisting of red/black and a single tone of monotone grey. While Ahava retails in two dual-tone colour combinations - blue/black and red/black. 

"We are more than excited to add to new variants of electric scooters besides the existing lineup. We aim to establish ourselves as one of the pioneers in manufacturing electric scooters in the near future. Our vehicles are designed keeping in mind the needs and requirements of the Indian two-wheeler users. So, Eeve is perfect for your style, comfort and utility", commented Harsh Vardhan Didwania, Co-founder and Director, EeVe India to the media.

As per Eeve, the new scooters are available with EMI options for the Indian buyer. The Orrisa based manufacturer's product portfolio includes Atreo, Ahava, Xenia, Wind, 4U and Your. The brand is expanding its dealership network in the country to make its products available to the citizens who are inclined towards sustainable modes of transportation.

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