Odysse E2Go, E2Go Lite Electric Scooters Launched
- The E2Go is available with two battery types: lead acid and lithium-ion.
- Charging time ranges between 4 and 5 hours, depending on the model.
- The E2Go scooters offer a top speed of 25kmph.
The EV space has been seeing several new contenders lately. In December 2020, Eeve launched the Ahava and Atreo e-scooters and for 2021, we have Gujarat-based Odysse Electric Motors announcing two new electric scooters: E2Go and E2Go Lite. Odysse has priced the E2Go at Rs 52,999 and the E2Go Lite at Rs 63,999
The E2Go is a feature-packed e-scooter. It gets three riding modes, reverse function, digital console, anti-theft motor lock, USB charging, and keyless ignition. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks and a dual-spring hydraulic monoshock at the rear. The E2Go e-scooters get a front disc brake and a rear drum brake setup.
The E2Go and the E2Go Lite are powered by a 250 watt, 60V BLDC motor with a maximum speed of 25kmph. The most notable difference between the two e-scooters comes down to the batteries. The E2Go houses a 28AH lead-acid battery that takes five hours for a full charge. The E2Go Lite, on the other hand, uses a 25AH lithium-ion removable battery that charges in four hours and comes with a three-year warranty.
The E2Go scooters are available across all nine Odysse dealerships in the country. It gets five colour options: Azure Blue, Scarlet Red, Teal Green, Midnight Black and Matte Black. The E2Go and the E2Go Lite will take on the Eeve Ahava and Eeve Atreo e-scooters. If you are looking for more options, read our review of the Ampere Magnus Pro.
Odysse is betting big on its future and aims to have 10 more dealerships by March and a presence in 25 cities by the end of 2021. The brand’s current line up comprises the Evosqis e-motorcycle, Racer, Hawk, and the Hawk Plus e-scooter.