Trouve Motor teases its soon to be launched India’s first Hyper-Maxi Scooter H2, Designed & Developed at Bengaluru R&D Centre

Trouve Motor teases its first Hyper-Maxi Scooter H2

Mumbai – 20th April, 2022: Following the glimpse of its hyper-sports bike recently, Trouve Motor is now up with another super exciting teaser of its soon to be launched India’s first Hyper Maxi Scooter, H2. The futuristic scooter is completely designed in India at Trouve’s R&D facility in Bangalore.

The e-scooter comes equipped with attractive features, including a liquid-cooled motor, single-speed transmission, upside-down fork, mono-shock rear, and LED headlights. It has 2-piston callipers for a better initial bite and brake feel. With a continuous power of 4.8 kW and peak power of 7.9 kW, the scooter can reach from 0 to 60 in 4.3 seconds and cover a range of 130-230 km. It also supports 4G connectivity and has Google built-in to offer advanced internet-backed features to riders.

The pre-booking of H2 will start in August 2022. The scooters are expected to hit the road in the first half of 2023. However, prospective customers can show interest at www.trouvemotor.com now and get early access to pre booking and also a chance to win customised Trouve merchandise.

Arun Sunny, Founder of Trouve Motor said, “The electric 2-wheeler segment in India has exponentially grown in the last few years. In 2021 alone, it recorded a staggering 132% growth, indicating that 2022 will be even better. And with the launch of our electric maxi-scooters, we not only aim to contribute to this growth trajectory but also strive to further revolutionize this space by bringing more innovation.”

Premium EV manufacturer, Trouve Motor is designing and developing all its vehicles to be the safest two-wheelers. Highlight features include:-

Liquid cooled Motor All led headlights
Mated with belt drive 4G connectivity
Single speed transmission Google inbuilt
Upside-down fork 14 inch wheels
Mono shock rear Continuous power 4.8kw
Peak power 7.9kw 130 to 230 km range
Double pot callipers

 

Trouve Motor is currently working on three more models in the maxi-scooter category, to be deployed next year. To further its vision, the company is already in the process of raising USD 3 million and seeking dealership collaboration with Indian and players abroad.

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