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4 new electric scooters arrive in India, Quantum Energy

Hyderabad-based Quantum Energy has made its entry into electric two-wheelers by showcasing 4 new products. The company has also signed an MoU with MBI Korea. Under this, Quantum Energy will work with MBI Korea to bring advanced technology into high-speed electric scooters in India. Quantum Energy will initially offer four high-speed electric scooters in the country. These are – Plasma, Elektron, Milan and Bziness. 

Quantum Energy’s Four New Electric Scooters – Overview

The company says its four new electric scooters will offer a wide range of powerful, efficient and cost-effective options for all its customers. The most powerful of the lot is the Plasma. Powering the Plasma is a 1500 Watt motor, and the electric scooter can hit a top speed of 60 kmph. Quantum Energy also says riders can expect a range between 110 to 130 km on a single charge.

Next up are the Milan and Elektron. Both of these electric scooters use a 1000 Watt motor. On the other hand, the Bziness comes with a 1200 Watt motor. All three have a top speed of 50 kmph. And depending on the riding mode, they can deliver a range of 80 to 100 km on a single charge. All the models are powered by an advanced Lithium-ion battery pack. The company also claims it can charge from dead to full in 4 hours.

Quantum Energy also says all the batteries use a smart BMS with multi-level safety protections. This makes sure they are extremely safe. Furthermore, they also have good gradeability. This helps when carrying a pillion or when riding uphill. The scooters have also been tested and validated for Indian road conditions.

About Quantum Energy

Quantum Energy is an electric mobility company which firmly believes in Make In India. Hence, the company designed and developed its electric scooters at its R&D facility in Bengaluru. The company also locally manufactures them at its plant in Pashamylaram in Hyderabad, Telangana. Backing the company is the prestigious Kusalava group. The Kusalava group has had a presence in the automobile industry for the past 50 years.

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Rohit Tonapi