Indian electric mobility solutions start-up, Prevail Electric has introduced three e-scooters for the Indian market. According to the brand, the new line-up of e-scooters will revolutionise the Indian EV market by offering “economical yet premium quality electric vehicles“. The three electric scooter models that will soon make their market debut are – Elite, Finesse and Wolfury.
Prevail e-Scooter – Price List
The Prevail Elite comes with a price tag of INR 129,999 ex-showroom. The Prevail Finesse is priced INR 99,999 ex-showroom and the Wolfury comes at INR 89,999 ex-showroom. All three models come with a warranty of three years.
The Prevail Elite comes with a swappable lithium-ion battery that claims to return a range of 110 km on a single charge. The electric motor on the Elite is also powerful enough to offer a top speed of 80 kmph. The power unit is also capable of carrying a load of 200 kg. Prevail boasts that the Elite uses a 55A controller with a one-click-fix function and an LCD instruments cluster that can display navigation, control, and entertainment features.
The Prevail Finesse comes with the same 200 kg payload capacity and a lithium-ion battery that offers 110 km on a single charge. But unlike the Elite, the top speed is 60 kmph which is 20 kmph less than the Elite. Both the Elite and the Finesse batteries take the same 4 hours to recharge, along with a swappable option. The scooter also gets a 12-tube controller with a quick-fix button.
The Prevail Wolfury also uses the same lithium-ion battery with 110 km of range. The e-scooter also gets a 12-tube controller with a one-click-quick-fix function and takes 4 hours to recharge. Also similar to the other two is the payload capacity of 200 kg, but the motor is limited to 50 kmph to speed.
In this new era, electric vehicles play a crucial role in transportation. The transport segment produces a significant chunk of greenhouse gases. Especially in the dense metropolitan cities, the amount of pollution is rising to dangerous levels. To curb pollution, the government of India has rolled in the FAME II Scheme. Under the FAME II, Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric vehicles scheme, the Indian government subsidises manufacturers that locally produce electric vehicles.