TVS iQube has reached the sales landmark of 1,50,000 units. The automaker announced that the electric scooter has amassed 1,54,263 units in sales. It took the iQube a little under 4 years to reach this landmark. It cements its position as one of the most popular e-scooters in India. TVS iQube was launched in India in January 2020.
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TVS iQube: A success story in an emerging market
TVS iQube is currently available in 2 variants – Standard, S, and ST. The electric scooter was first launched in India back in January 2020 and received a mid-cycle refresh in May 2022. In FY22-23, the iQube sold 96,654 units, recording its best sales numbers in one fiscal year. So far in FY23-24, TVS iQube has sold 38,602 units, a steady increase from the units sold in FY22-23 during the same timeline. It only took the iQube four months to sell the last 50,000 units.
TVS iQube is available in 10 colour options. The entry-level Standard variant is available in 3 colours – Pearl White, Titanium Grey Glossy, and Shining Red. The mid-spec S variant is offered in 4 colour options – Mercury Grey Glossy, Mint Blue, Lucid Yellow and Copper Bronze Glossy. The top-spec ST variant gets 4 colour options – Copper Bronze Matte, Coral Sand Glossy, Titanium Grey Matte and Starlight Blue Glossy.
The Standard and S variants of the iQube are powered by a 3.04kWh battery pack while the top-spec ST variant is equipped with a 4.56kWh unit. The two battery packs are rated IP67 for dust and water resistance. The Standard and S variants offer a driving range of 100km while the ST variant can go up to 140km on a single charge. The top speed for the first two variants has been capped at 78kmph while the ST variant can achieve a peak speed of 82kmph.
Prices for the TVS iQube have gone up ever since the FAME-II subsidy was slashed. The iQube range now starts at Rs 1,17,000. In India, the electric scooter rivals Hero Vida V1, Ola S1 Air, Bajaj Chetak, and Ather 450S.