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Detel launches the World’s Most Economical e-Moped at INR 19,999

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Detel, a consumer electronics brand founded in 2017 has launched a Two-Wheeler EV- Detel Easy at the price of INR 19,999 + GST making it the World’s Most Economical Two-Wheeler in the EV space. The brand has also announced that it has partnered with Bajaj Finserv for EMI Finance schemes for the customers who wish to acquire the electric scooter at easy monthly instalments. 

The new Detel Easy features a minimalist design language and comes with a large basket mounted on the front apron rounded headlamp unit with a chrome bezel, handlebar shrouds with integrated turn signal indicators, a generous footboard, height-adjustable rider’s seat, a flat bench pillion seat with a backrest, telescopic front suspension, chopped fenders, alloy wheels, twin coil-spring assist hydraulic suspension and mechanical drum brakes, and integrated pedals. 

The new design EV comes with a top speed of 25 kmph hence one needs not to own a driving license or vehicle registration to operate and is a good option for teenagers and individuals for last-mile travel or short distance errands. 

The Detel Easy is powered by a 6 Pipe controller 250W electric motor coupled to a 48V 12AH LiFePO4 Battery that claims to deliver 60 km on a single charge. The battery can be recharged to 100% state of charge in 7-8 hours. The Detel Easy can accommodate two people and is provided with a free helmet to ensure the safety of the rider. 

The Detel Easy can be purchased from the brand’s official website and is targeted towards teenagers across India. 

Detel is well known in the consumer electronics space to have disrupted the electronics market, known for launching the world’s most economical feature phone at INR 299 and worlds most economical LED TV at INR 3999. 

Due to the current COVID-19 situation the entry-level scooter segment, especially the EV market has been booming as more individual are opting to travel using these personal mobility solutions instead of public transport to ensure personal safety and minimize the risk of acquiring the virus.