Hero Vida V1 scooter has finally been launched in India, its starting ex-showroom price is 1.45 lakhs (EX showroom), you will see this scooter has a range of 1.45 lakhs, it has been launched with two models, the first is Hero Vida v1 Pro and Hero Vida V1 Plus have launched their first electric two-wheeler in India, which is much better than before.
The range of these scooters is 143 km. The time taken to charge both the scooters is also very less. Both scooters can be charged at the rate of 1 point 2 km per minute, the top speed of both these scooters is given 80 km. Despite being an electric scooter, Hero Vida V1 has many features. The Hero Vida V1 has a very traditional design, with a wide front and rear action body which makes its design a bit unique and weird.
With this, you will get to see a touchscreen. Keyless control under which you can start the scooter without a key, you will get to see three riding modes in both these electric scooters, the first is eco writing mode, second is ride mode and last is sports all three modes have different specifications.
The booking of these electric scooters will start from 10th October 2022 and you will have to pay Rs 4999 at the time of booking because booking charge Hero Vida v1 will be launched only in select cities including Delhi, Jaipur, and Bangalore but after some time it will be available in all countries of India. will be launched in
Along with all this, Hero says that this is an electric vehicle, so for this, Hero will also install its charging stations at different places, so that those who buy it will not have any problem charging it, its booking will start in October and After some time, charging stations will be built in different places, although according to what is being heard so far, you will get to see this charging station above whatever petrol pump you have, but this charging station It will be from Hero, and if it is official then this electric vehicle can bring a big revolution because no electric scooter with such specification and such power has been launched in India yet.