The EF1 will hit the Indian streets in the last quarter of 2020
The EF1 will come in two variants, one with a 3.3kW motor and a 5kW motor. The company said that the electric scooter will come with a premium quality ‘Dual’ battery that weigh 12kg each and with a lifespan of 5 years. While the battery will take 5 hours to charge full using a normal AC charger, the DC fast charger can charge it from 0 to 50 percent in 1.5 hours.
While the claimed top speed of the EF1 is 110kmph which Everve claims to limit that at 90kmph, the EF1 sprints from 0-60kmph in 8.73 second.
When it comes to the features, the EF1 comes with ABS along with an in-built application that displays the range, battery status, maps, location, error codes and mode info. The company also claims to have tested the EF1 to a point that it can perform stunts like wheelie at ease. They also said that the EF1 has been conceptualised and built within a span of just three months. Currently in its prototype stage, the EF1 is set to hit the roads by the last quarter of 2020.