Hero Vida V1 launched at Rs 1.45 lakh in India, Up to 165 km range

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Hero Vida V1

The Hero Vida V1 electric scooter, Hero MotoCorp’s first product of its kind, has been unveiled. Discover everything there is to know about the most recent e-scooter from the industry leader in two-wheeled vehicles.

Hero Vida V1: Top Speed and Battery

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There will be two Vida V1 electric scooter versions: the V1 Plus and the V1 Pro. The Pro version can travel 165 kilometers on a single charge, while the Plus model can travel 143 kilometers. In any case, the maximum allowed speed for both versions is 80kph. The V1 Plus can go from 0 to 40 kilometers per hour in 3.4 seconds, while the Pro variant can do it in 3.2.

When fully charged, the Vida V1 Plus’s 3.44kWh battery can take the vehicle as far as 143 kilometers before needing to be recharged, while the V1 Pro’s 3.94kWh battery can take it as far as 165 kilometers. The V1 e-electric scooter’s motor, which is standard across both models, produces 6kW of peak power and enables the vehicle to reach a top speed of 80kph. Compared to the V1 Plus, which achieves this speed in 3.4 seconds, the V1 Pro sprints to 40 kilometers per hour in 3.2 seconds.

According to Hero’s claims, both scooters can carry a passenger up inclines of up to 20 degrees with the battery at 60% capacity. Both versions can receive a charge of 1.2 kilometers per minute when connected to a fast charger. The V1 Plus requires 5 hours and 15 minutes to charge from zero to 80 per cent when using a wall charger, while the V1 Pro takes 5 and 55 minutes.

Hero Vida V1: Specs and Features

The Vida V1’s amenities include L.E.D. lighting, a seven-inch T.F.T. touchscreen display, riding modes (eco, ride, sport, and custom), cruise control, a two-way throttle, keyless control, smartphone connectivity, and an S.O.S. alarm. It has a single rear shock, a telescopic front fork, and a lone disc brake in the front. The scooter has a modern design that is appealing to young people.

Hero Vida V1: Price

The Vida V1 Plus has priced at Rs 1.45 lakh, while the Vida V1 Pro will set you back Rs 1.59 lakh (both ex-showroom Delhi sans FAME II subsidy). In addition to selling the V1 electric scooter outright, Hero Vida provides a leasing option and buyback offer for the device for 16–18 months.

Hero Vida V1: Rivals

The Bajaj Chetak, T.V.S. iQube, Ather 450X Gen 3, Ola S1, and Revolt RV400 are the only premium electric two-wheelers in India.

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