New Electric Scooter – bgauss ruv350 electric scooter to be launched on June 25

Picas New Electric Scooter:

Picas New Electric Scooter:

Bikas is planning to launch the new RUV350 electric scooter in India on June 25. As a preview, the company has released some pictures of the scooter. Picas has developed the RUV350 as a lightweight all-terrain electric scooter. The company has not shared any more information about this electric scooter.

Bigas RUV350: What to expect?

Bigas RUV350: What to expect?

In this electric scooter, the company is said to have focused on performance, design and technical features. Also, Bikas plans to position this scooter as their flagship electric scooter in the Indian electric scooter market. So, we can expect various new and premium features in this electric scooter.

Picas RUV350: Battery, Range and Features

Picas RUV350: Battery, Range and Features

As mentioned above, Picas company has not shared any information about the features offered in this electric scooter. However, the company has used a battery of up to 3.2kWh in the scooters it is currently selling. The battery is capable of providing a range of up to 135 km on a single charge. Since this RUV350 electric scooter is the flagship product of Picas, we can expect a battery of the same size or even a slightly higher capacity.

The new Picas RUV350 electric scooter is expected to feature 16-inch wheels, a TFT display, LED lights and a rear monoshock suspension setup, which are slightly larger than the ones offered on regular scooters.

Picas RUV350: Price

Picas RUV350: Price

The C12i electric scooter variants launched by the company last year are priced between Rs 1.12 lakh and Rs 1.39 lakh ex-showroom. As the RUV350 scooter announced by the company is Picas’ flagship scooter and it will have various premium features, it is expected that the RUV350 electric scooter will be released with additional features at an additional price.

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