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Hero Vida V1

The Hero MotoCorp Vida launched the Electric Scooter in India. The Vida V1 Electric Scooter is ordered at Rs. 2,499. The bookings are open for Jaipur, Delhi, and Bengaluru only. The Vida V1 Electric Scooter will be available in phases to deliveries and will start in the second week of December 2022.  

This new two model is attracting consumers to its new brand and earning its business in the ever-growing EV market in India.

Hero Vida V1 Electric Scooter: Price and Booking

The Hero Vida V1 in India starts at Rs. 1,45,000, goes up to Rs. and goes up to Rs. 1,59,000. Hero Vida V1 comes with 2 variants which include V1 Plus. The top variant is the V1 Pro which comes at a tag price of  Rs. 1,59,000 against a token amount of Rs 2,499. 

Hero Vida V1 Electric Scooter: Features

The Hero Vida V1 features a 7” full-color TFT touch-screen display, switch cubes, and keyless access for toggling between functions. The electronics on the Vida V1 are IP65 warranted. . Riding modes include Eco, Sport, Ride, and Custom. Features like turn-by-turn navigation, digital document storage, in-app performance customization, and over-the-air software upgrades are also available.

Hero Vida V1: Battery and Motor

Both scooters get IP67-rated battery packs. The V1 Pro gets a 3.94 kWh battery level; the V1 Plus gets a smaller 3.44kWh unit. The result of which the Indian Driving Cycle range of the models is 165 km and 143 km, respectively. The removable battery pack on the V1 claims a fast charging time of less than 65 min (up to 80 percent).

The Performance of both variants features an IP68-rated motor with a top speed of 80 kmph. That said, the V1 Pro is quicker at 0-40 kmph sprints with a claimed timing of 3.2 seconds. The V1 Plus, thankfully, isn’t too far behind, completing the 0-40 kmph run in 3.4 seconds.

Hero Vida V1: Suspension and Brakes

The Hero Vida V1 is built on an under-bone frame linked by a telescopic fork and a one-rear shock absorber. Braking is via a disc front and drum at the rear. The e-scooter rides on 12-inch alloy wheels.

Rivals

The Vida V1 Pro will rival the Ather 450X, Ola S1 Pro, TVS iQube ST, and the Bajaj Chetak. For around the same price.

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