A new name has been added to the country’s electric two-wheeler model, the Benling Believe Electric Scooter. This scooter has been launched to cover long distances. The company claims that it is a high-speed electric scooter designed for Indian roads. Its ex-showroom price is Rs 97,520. You can buy this electric scooter from August 25. Benling India has also launched Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP), a new generation electric battery.
Amit Kumar, CEO & ED, Benling India said, “We are excited to launch ‘Believe’ in the Indian electric two-wheeler market. Customers now have the freedom to choose the right e-scooter for them, which offers them a lot. Modern features. And latest technology available. This e-scooter will compete directly with companies like Hero Electric, Ola Electric, Okinawa.
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The Benling Believe e-scooter range
The electric scooter gets a 3.2 kW waterproof BLDC motor and a swappable battery pack. It can cover a distance of 120 km on a single charge. It has a top speed of 75 kmph and a gross weight of 248 kg. LFP battery pack includes micro charger and auto shutoff feature. It charges it fully in about 4 hours. The e-scooter gets many features like keyless start, multiple speed modes, anti-theft alarm feature, regenerative braking, mobile-app connectivity, park-assist function, mobile-charging and real-time tracking.
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Smart breakdown assistance on e-scooters
The Benling Believe e-scooter will be available in 6 color options – Yellow, Blue, Black, White, Purple and Magic Grey. The smart breakdown assist feature is available in electric scooters. With this feature, by simply holding a knob, the scooter rider can easily cover a distance of 25 km during a breakdown. This scooter is capable of carrying a weight of 250 kg. Benling’s points in the country are 350. They are located in 22 states and 160 cities.