Hero Electric has launched its new electric scooter – The Dash for Rs 62,000 in India. The brand also showcased the Extended Range variants of the Optima and Nyx widening its range of heavy-duty and high-speed electric scooters in India. The Optima ER and Nyx ER are now available across all Hero Electric dealerships for Rs 68,721 and Rs 69,754 respectively.
Sohinder Gill, CEO, Hero Electric India said, “Hero Electric is determined to deliver the best of electric two-wheeler mobility options to eco-conscious customers who prefer smarter mobility solutions. The all-new Dash is our latest and most lucrative offering that offers style, practicality, performance with a powerful Li-Ion battery that is portable and reliable, and I am certain this will appeal to people of all age groups. As always, we will continue to bring in new and better products and are always listening to customer feedback.”
The all-new Dash is powered by a 48v 28 Ah Li-Ion battery with fast-charging of four hours and a range of 60 km per charge. Keeping in mind the Indian driving conditions, the Dash is made for India with a high ground clearance of 145mm to tackle any road conditions. It comes with LED DRL’s, LED headlights, digital instrument cluster, USB mobile charging port, tubeless tyres, dual-tone body colour and graphics, remote boot opening.
Hero Electric also showcased its latest extended range offerings, Optima ER and Nyx ER during the event. Both the Optima ER and Nyx ER come equipped with dual Li-Ion battery with a total range of 110 kms & 100 kms per charge respectively. Heavy daily travellers using ICE bikes and scooters can save more than Rs 1,00,000 in two years by switching to any e-scooter from the Hero Electric ER range.
Hero Electric scooters are the perfect match for people who want to switch to clean mobility, with options ranging from lightweight to high-speed performance scooters. Hero Electric plans to take the 615 touchpoints presently to 1000 by the end of 2020. The company has aggressive investment plans in the next three years to ramp up production capacity of its electric scooters to five lakh units annually.