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TVS X Electric Scooter: Futuristic Riding Reimagined

Automobiles  •  24 Aug, 2023  •  26,101 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

Written by Anand Swami

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TVS Motor Company, renowned in the two-wheeler domain, has unveiled its latest offering: the TVS X electric scooter. Following the i-Qube, this is their second electric offering in India. The scooter showcases a blend of futuristic design, cutting-edge features, and exceptional performance. Let's delve into what sets the TVS X apart in the electric mobility arena.


Sleek and Advanced Design

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Drawing inspiration from the Creon concept at the 2018 Auto Expo, the TVS X's futuristic design is truly eye-catching. It features a vertical LED headlight, sequential turn indicators, daytime running lights, and sporty dual-tone bodywork. Built on the new XLETON platform, it employs a robust aluminium alloy frame, ensuring enhanced durability and performance.

Cutting-edge Features

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Equipped with the SmartXonnect platform, NavPro, the TVS X is transformed into a smart scooter. It boasts a 10.25-inch HD tilt screen, which supports video playback, games, and music. The 'Smart Xhield' elevates safety levels, offering geofencing, crash detection, overspeeding alerts, and a live location-sharing feature, among others.



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Unmatched Battery and Performance

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The scooter derives its power from a 4.44 kWh battery equipped with NMC cells, allowing the TVS X to claim a range of 140 km per charge. With a peak power of 14.7 hp, it can reach top speeds of 105 kmph and accelerate from 0-60 kmph in a mere 4.5 seconds. Using the 950W portable charger, it takes 3 hours and 40 minutes to charge from 0 to 80%. Meanwhile, the 3 kWh Smart X Home rapid charger can recharge the battery from 0-50% in just 50 minutes.

Superior Suspension and Braking System

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For a seamless riding experience, the TVS X incorporates telescopic forks upfront and a rear mono shock unit. The 220 mm front and 195 mm rear disc brakes, paired with single-channel ABS, guarantee efficient braking. With a seat height of 770 mm and a ground clearance of 175 mm, it's designed to accommodate riders of various statures.

Built on the New 'Xleton' Architecture

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Sporting a wheelbase of 1,285 mm, the e-scooter promises both stability and agility. Its storage capacity of 19 litres is apt for daily commuting. To enhance its aesthetic, the rear sub-frame and brake callipers are painted in a vibrant blue, ensuring the TVS X is as visually appealing as it is efficient.


Pricing and Special Offers

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Retailing at Rs 2.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Bengaluru), the TVS X does not benefit from the central government’s FAME-II subsidy. Nonetheless, the initial 2,000 'First Edition' buyers gain exclusive access to the ‘TVS X Club Concierge Service,’ which includes on-demand services valued at Rs 18,000. Bookings for this state-of-the-art scooter begin on August 24, with deliveries set to commence in December.

TVS's Electric Prowess: The Pan-India Expansion

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Launching initially in Bengaluru, the TVS X electric scooter aims to expand its presence to other major Indian cities by March 2024. Capitalizing on the success of the i-Qube, the TVS X isn’t just a scooter; it's a testament to TVS's commitment to pushing the boundaries of electric mobility and catering to India's evolving transportation demands.


The TVS X Electric Scooter symbolizes not just a mode of transportation but the bright future of electric mobility in India. Its debut marks a momentous leap for TVS Motor Company and sets new standards in design, technology, and performance for the Indian electric vehicle segment. As deliveries begin, we can anticipate a fresh wave of smart and sustainable commuting on the streets.



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