Best Electric Bikes & Scooter In India 2022
Best Electric Bikes in India 2022 that can be bought in India today. While the electric four-wheel drive segment has yet to take off, the two-wheeler market offers a wide range of options for buyers.

Best Electric Bikes in India 2022 that can be bought in India today. While the electric four-wheel drive segment has yet to take off, the two-wheeler market offers a wide range of options for buyers.

A scooter or electric bike gives you the freedom to use the vehicle without looking for a gas station.

And that’s a huge money saver these days. You can consider brands such as Ola, Ather, Bajaj, TVS and Hero, which cater to the needs of all motorcyclists in the electric vehicle market. So here are the best electric bikes and scooters you can buy in India in 2022.

Best Electric bikes and scooters in India 2022

Revolt RV 400₹ 1,29,4633.24kWh80 – 150 km4 hours80 kmph
Ola S1 Pro₹ 1,10,1493.97kWh130 – 180 km6 hours115 kmph
Oben Electric Rorr ₹ 1,02,9994.4 kwh200 Km/Full Charge2 Hours100 kmph
Pure EV Epluto 7G  ₹ 83,999 2.5kWh90 -120 km4 hours60 kmph
Ultraviolette F77 ₹ 3,00,0004.2Kwh130-150 km/charge1.5 Hours147 kmph
TVS iQube ₹ 1,23,0004.5kWh60 -75 km5 hours80 kmph

Revolt RV 400

Revolt RV 400 is an electric road bike available at a starting price of Rs. 98,960 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 3 colors with the premium variant price starting at Rs. 1.14.278. Revolt RV 400 generates 3000W of power from its motor.

Equipped with front and rear disc brakes, the Revolt RV 400 features a combined dual wheel braking system.

The Revolt RV400 is the nation’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle with a design similar to naked road bikes. It has a beefy tank and sturdy tank extensions along with a fairing that covers components like the engine and battery.

At the rear, it uses a bolt-on subframe with a one-piece seat. Braking is performed by a single disc at both ends along with the CBS. Suspension functions are handled by upside-down forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear.

The electric motorcycle is powered by a 3 kWh engine that produces 5 kW of power and 50 Nm of torque. It uses a 3 kW lithium-ion battery that comes with an unlimited mileage guarantee.

The bike is equipped with three modes: Eco, Normal and Sport and the autonomy depends on the mode in which the bike is used.

Sport mode pushes the bike to a maximum speed of 85km / h and offers a range of 90km, while City mode offers a range of 120km and limits the speed to 65km / h. However, when driven in Eco mode, where the bike can reach 45km / h, the RV400 has a range of 156km.

OLA S1 Pro

The Ola S1 Pro is the premium variant of the Ola Electric S1 range of electric scooters. This variant of the S1 range includes higher specifications and features more color options than the standard S1 electric scooter.

The S1 Pro’s electric motor is optimized to deliver 8.5kW of peak power and 58Nm of maximum torque. The company promises a top speed of 115 km / h and claims a range of 181 km at full charge compared to 90 km / h and 121 km of the base model.

The 3.97 kWh battery can be quickly recharged for a range of 75 km in 18 minutes. The full charge time is six and a half hours.

The list of features, similar to the base model, includes a dual headlight, elegant LED indicators mounted on the skirt, a front fender in body color, curvy side panels, a stylish LED taillight, an external charging port in the rear and a split-style passenger grab handle. The scooter is equipped with a 36-liter under-seat stowage space that can accommodate two open helmets.

Oben Electric Rorr

Oben Rorr Electric Motorcycle in India, starting at Rs. 99,999 (former showroom, Bangalore), after receiving state and state subsidies. Advance bookings for the Oben Rorr electric motorcycle are open with a symbolic starting amount of Rs. 999.

Oben Electric currently retails the Oben Rorr electric motorcycle in Bangalore only, with deliveries beginning May 2022. The company plans to enter seven more states in the second quarter of 2022. Oben Electric’s production in Bangalore has a of estimated production of 3 lakh units per year and will soon be operational.

The Oben Rorr electric motorcycle features a neoclassical design with an acceleration time from 0 to 40km / h of 3 seconds, with a top speed of 100km / h.

It takes about 2 hours to fully charge the 4.4 kWh fixed battery pack and then it takes about 200 km to the next stop for charging. While details on the variants are limited, we know the Oben Rorr electric motorcycle will have three colors to choose from.

The Oben Rorr electric motorcycle also connects via an app that stores information about the engine, battery, controller, and transmission. Its connected features include maintenance updates, trip details, battery status, geo-fencing, geo-tagging, battery theft protection, charging station locator, on-demand service and roadside assistance.

Pure EV Epluto 7G

Pure EV Epluto 7G electric scooter. You can get it for Rs 83,999 (former Delhi showroom) in the country. The scooter contains a 2.5 kWh battery that promises a range of up to 120 km at a speed of 60 km / h.

It has an LED headlight, a digital instrument cluster and controls for changing driving modes. The scooter has drum brakes in the rear and a disc drive in the front.

The best thing about the Epluto 7G is that it is fully charged and ready for use in 4 hours. The battery unit is removable so you can charge it at home.

Ultraviolette F77

Ultraviolette has received over 40,000 percent of bookings for the F77 from customers in India and international markets. The company will begin pre-ordering the bike later this year.

The company says the F77 is equipped with upgradeable remote diagnostics, regenerative braking, multiple drive modes, cycle lanes, and cruise diagnostics.

All of our manufacturing processes will be data-driven, ensuring an efficient workflow supported by seamless integration, ”said Niraj Rajmohan, co-founder and CTO of Ultraviolette Automotive.

The Ultraviolette F77 will be available in three variants with three different battery packs. Three, one variant, will have a 25 kW electric motor that delivers 90 Nm of torque, helping the car reach a top speed of around 150 km /h.

TVS iQube Electric

TVS is a well-known brand in the two-wheeler market, and when it decided to move into the electric space it caught everyone’s attention. The company launched the iQube scooter.

iQube Electric has a 4.4 kW electric motor capable of generating a maximum torque of 140 Nm. The driver can switch from economy mode to power mode, which affects the available range of the scooter.

The autonomy of this best electric scooter is estimated at 75 km on a single charge. In addition, the TVS iQube Electric is equipped with 12-inch tubeless wheels, 220mm disc brakes in the front and 130mm drum brakes in the rear.

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Hi, I am Yunus, founder of InfoEVs. I am a Blogger and Digital Marketer by profession and a vehicle lover. I like to ride and read, and write about vehicles.


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