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EV startup Enook unveils its e-scooter range in India

Enook EV Magna electric scooter. Source: Enook Motors

Hyderabad-based startup Enook Motors has introduced its all-new range of electric scooters for urban commuting in India. The company product range comprises of 4 e-scooters, namely Pro, Magna, Smart, and Verve - with prices starting from ₹ 89,000 to ₹ 99,000 depending on the variants. 

According to the manufacturer, the Enook e-scooters are equipped with powerful 1000 Watt BLDK motors that draws energy from lithium-Phosphate battery pack. The EVs can run for up to 90 kms in single charge, with a charging duration of 3 to 4 hours. 

Commenting on the launch, Hitesh Patel, Managing Director, Enook, said, "Our mission is to provide innovative, sustainable, and affordable mobility solutions for urban dwellers. With the launch of first Enook showroom in Hyderabad, we take a giant leap forward in creating cleaner and more efficient cities, promoting a greener way of life", he added. 

Enook says that the e-scooters will be available all across the country through its dealership network. The company's first showroom where the vehicles were launched is located at Narayanguda, Hyderabad. 

Enook EV Pro electric scooter. Source: Enook Motors

"We would expand our network through Franchise across the country in the next couple of years. We would offer a competitive price and unparalleled performance to our customers", noted C S Jadhav, CEO, Enook.

In terms of design and build, the Enook e-scooters boast contemporary look and lightweight engineering to the likes of urban buyers. To provide a convenient and smooth drive, the EVs have a ground clearance of 160 mm, telescopic suspension in the front wheels, and advanced braking systems. A storage space of 19 liters adds to the user convenience.

Further, the e-scooters feature integrated smart features like GPS tracking, mobile-app connectivity, and real-time ride information, providing users with an enhanced riding experience. 

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