New Delhi: Are you tired of spending too much money on your monthly petrol bills for your conventional two-wheeler? Do you want to save the environment and your wallet at the same time? If so, you should consider switching to an electric vehicle (EV) two-wheeler. EV two-wheelers are more cost-effective, eco-friendly and convenient to ride than traditional ones. They have lower maintenance costs, no emissions and can be charged at home or at public charging stations, apart from options of quick battery swapping terminals, as you go and save time.

In this article, we will introduce you to the top 5 EV two-wheelers you can consider this Independence Day :

● All New HOP LEO, high speed –

The all-new high-speed HOP LEO, launched earlier this year has an actual range of 120 km, which is remarkable. It is one of the most powerful entry-level electric scooters on the market because of its eflow technology and voltage design of 72 V, 2200 W peak motor power, and 90 Nm maximum torque at the wheels. The scooter is simple to manage and provides a smooth ride due to the BLDC hub motor and Sinusoidal FOC Vector Control controller. The battery is a sophisticated lithium-ion with a 2.1 kWh installed capacity that can go up to 120 Km on a single charge. It has an 850 W smart charger and takes 2.5 hours to charge from 0% to 80%. The scooter is available in five colors: black, white, grey, blue, and red.

The HOP LEO electric scooter is ideal for riders seeking speed, range, and power. The Hop LEO is guaranteed to appeal to riders of all skill levels with its amazing features, smooth ride, and excellent handling. HOP has three products running in the market successfully – two e-scooters ‘LEO’ and ‘LYF’ and a high speed e-motorcycle ‘OXO’..

● Okhi 90 –

The modified 2023 Okinawa Okhi 90 with additional features has been introduced in India, and the manufacturer claims that it would give users a better experience. The modified model has a color digital driver’s display, and greater connectivity. Okinawa Okhi 90 has a range of 160 km on a single charge and a peak speed of 80 to 90 miles per hour.

The 2023 Okhi-90 comes with real-time battery SOC monitoring, real-time speed monitoring, and on/off notifications.

● Ather 450X –

The Ather 450X base model comes with a charger. However, if you upgrade to the Pro Pack, you may get a quicker charger that will allow you to charge your scooter from empty to 80% in just 4 hours and 30 minutes. Additionally, the Pro Pack grants you access to Ather’s nationwide network of 1300+ fast public charging stations, allowing you to top off your scooter at a rate of up to 1.5 kilometers per minute.

The Ather 450X has a 7-inch colour TFT touchscreen display that can display 16 million colours and has dark and light themes. You get access to Ather Connect Pro, which includes always-on 4G LTE and GPS, onboard Google Maps navigation with live traffic view, and the Ather App for remote charging monitoring, ride statistics, savings tracker, locating nearby Ather Grid points, and pushing location to the scooter, with the Pro Pack.

● Hero Optima 2.0 –

Hero Electric has revealed three new electric scooters that will include linked technologies. The Optima CX2.0 has a single battery, but the Optima CX5.0 and NYX have twin batteries.

Along with a stunning new appearance that vastly improves on Hero Electric’s prior utilitarian design language, new technology such as LED lighting and DRLs are included. The CX2.0 has a single battery and a stated range of 89 km, but the CX5.0 and NYX have two batteries and a claimed range of 113 km. According to Hero Electric, the battery can be completely charged in 3 hours.

The matte blue and black colour schemes will be available for the CX2.0, while matte blue and matte maroon colour schemes will be offered for the CX5.0. Meanwhile, the NYX will only be available in glossy black-and-white colour schemes.

● OLA S1 Air –

The Ola S1 Air is the most accessible Ola electric scooter on the market today, promising to provide the whole S1 experience while remaining economical. The S1 Air is built on Ola’s Gen 2 platform, which has undergone minor but noticeable alterations that have influenced the scooter’s appearance.

The Ola S1 Air now has a flat footboard, telescopic front suspension, drum brakes, and a new dual-tone paint scheme. The S1 Air sports twin shocks and a box-section swingarm at the back. The new suspension configuration may appear to be a step down in the design, but it appears to be a move away from the former suspension setup, which was prone to difficulties.