TVS X Electric Scooter Launches in Dubai

How Much Does It Cost? When Can You Get It?

The scooter starts at Rs 2.50 lakh. People in Bengaluru will be the first to get it in November. By the end of the year, 15 more cities will have it too.

How Does It Look?

TVS X looks modern with bright LED lights in the front and back. It has a big 19-litre box to keep things. It’s comfortable to sit on and ride. There are three ways to ride it: Xtride, Xtealth, and Xonic.

What’s Special About It?

There’s a big 10-inch screen on the scooter. You can watch videos, listen to songs, and even play games on it. It’s like having fun while you travel. If you’re on a hill, the scooter won’t roll back, making it safe.

What’s Inside the Scooter?

The scooter has a special cooling system for its electric motor. This makes it powerful. It can go from 0 to 40 kmph in just 2.4 seconds. Its top speed is 105 kmph, and it can travel 140 km on one charge.

How Do You Charge It?

There are two chargers. One you can carry with you, and one you can fix on a wall. The battery charges up to 80% in about 3 hours and 40 minutes.

Battery and Charging

The scooter’s battery can go 140km without needing a new charge. There’s a fast home charger that can charge half the battery in 50 minutes. If you add a special fast charger, it’s even quicker.
There’s also a smaller charger that takes 4 hours and 30 minutes to charge 80% of the battery. This charger costs INR 16,275.

How Powerful Is It?

Inside the scooter is a motor that’s very strong. It can make the scooter go from 0 to 40kph in 2.6 seconds. The fastest it can go is 105kph. Riders can choose from three ways to ride: Xtealth, Xtride, and Xonic. The scooter also saves energy when it stops.

Cool Screen and Features

The scooter has a big 10.25-inch screen. Riders can move it to see better. It connects to phones using Bluetooth. This lets riders listen to music and get directions. When the scooter is not moving, riders can watch videos or play games on the screen. The scooter also helps riders go backward, keep a steady speed, and not roll back on hills.