22 KYMCO motors have revealed three scooters for India, including an electric scooter and two petrol powered scooters. The price range starts from Rs 90,000.
Electric two-wheeler startup, 22 Motors has tied up with KYMCO for its India business. It has now revealed three scooters – iFlow electric scooter, Like 200 and X-Twon 300i. The latter two are internal combustion engine powered.
The Like 200 is priced at Rs 1.3 Lakhs and the X-Town 300i goes for Rs 2.30 Lakhs (on-road). All the three scooters are unveiled now and will go on sale by September 2019.
While the Like 200 is a retro-modern scooter, the X-Town 300i is a maxi-scooter. Both are the most powerful and most expensive scooters in India. Currently, only Aprilia has the most powerful, 150cc scooters.
The X-Town gets a 276cc fuel injected engine, producing 24.5 BHP and 25 Nm of torque. The motor comes mated to a CVT gearbox. The fuel tank capacity stands at 12.5 Litres, the largest on any scooter.
Also, it is the first scooter to get dual-channel ABS setup. It is a proper maxi scooter with a large wheelbase, oversized boot and dedicated foot rest.
The 22 Kymco Like 200 is a retro modern scooter, equipped with a 163cc engine. The engine specs are yet to be revealed, but it will replace the Like 150 which produces 13.4 BHP and 11.8 Nm of torque.
Like 200 gets LED headlamps, LED tail lamps, a fully digital instrument console, single-channel ABS and a centrally placed fuel tank. The design is similar to what we get with the Vespa scooters.
Lastly, it has launched a fully electric scooter as well. The iFlow gets a 2.1 Kw motor that produces 90 Nm of torque. The top speed stands at 60 kmph and the riding range with both the batteries go up to 160 kms.
It also gets Swappable batteries, which help you to exchange a fully drained battery for a fresh battery. For that, you have to give a monthly charge of Rs 500. The buyer can also opt for dual swappable batteries.
Features on the 22 Kymco iFlow include Cruise, Drag and Reverse Mode, Regenerative braking, a fully digital instrument console, LED headlamps and of course, swappable batteries.