Vida V1 competes with rivals like TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak EV and Ola S1 Pro.
Hero MotoCorp has finally entered the burgeoning electric vehicle space with the Vida V1 electric scooter, launched under the manufacturer’s Vida sub-brand of the two-wheeler manufacturer. Vida V1 comes with an eye-catching design that grabs attention at first glance. It will compete with rivals like Ola S1 Pro, TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak etc.
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Available in V1 Pro and V1 Plus, the electric scooter will be available for pre-order from October 10, and deliveries are set to begin in December 2022.
Initially, the Via V1 electric scooter will be launched in three cities – New Delhi, Bengaluru and Jaipur. The two-wheeler brand plans to launch the motorcycle in phases. It will be introduced in other cities later.
Here is the price and specifications comparison between Vida V1 and TVS iQube.
Vida V1 vs TVS iQube: Price
Vida V1 is available in two variants, Vida V1 Plus and Vida V1 Pro. Two versions of the Vida V1 were sold for a price ₹1.45 lakh together ₹1.59 lakh (ex-showroom), respectively. The TVS Qube, on the other hand, comes in at a mid-range price ₹99,130 and ₹104,123 (ex-showroom) for the standard and S variants.
|Viva V1 variant||Vida V1 price||Variants of TVS iQube||TVS iQube price|
|Vida V1 Plus||₹145,000||TVS Qube ST||₹99,130|
|Vida V1 Pro||₹159,000||TVS iQube S||₹104,123|
Vida V1 vs TVS iQube: Overview
The Vida V1 Plus offers 143 km from a 3.9 kWh battery pack. The V1 Pro, on the other hand, can run a distance of 165 kilometers on a single charge thanks to its large 3.94 kWh battery.
The Vida V1 is said to be able to charge at a rate of 1.2 km per minute from 0-80 percent. The Vida V1 Pro takes 5 hours and 55 minutes to charge from 0-80 percent if you use a home charger. The V1 Plus can be charged from 0-80 percent in 5 hours and 15 minutes.
The TVS iQube can run a distance of 145 km on a single charge at a top speed of 82 kmph. It takes four hours and 30 minutes to fully charge.
Date of First Publication: 09 Oct 2022, 13:14 PM IST