Gemopai Astrid Lite electric scooter launched for Rs 79,999 bookings are now open

Gemopai Electric launches Astrid Lite electric scooter in India for Rs 79,999 ex-showroom. The company has more than 50 dealers in India and Nepal combined. The Astrid e-scooter will be available from the month of October, i.e, in the festive season. Prebookings of the new scooter have already been started and deliveries to start from the first week of October.

Powering the Gemopai Astrid Lite is a 1.7 kWh lithium-ion battery pack which delivers power to the rear hub BLDC motor. The scooter can achieve a range of 75 km to 90 km in a single charge. With a rated power output of 2400 W, the Astrid Lite can touch a top speed of 65 kmph. There are three riding modes in the EV – Sports, City, Economy. I don’t really understand how this basic underpowered electric scooter can be used as a sports machine. That said, the Astrid will be best suited for city commuting.


Also Read: Okinawa Praise Pro launched for Rs 71,990

Gemopai Astrid Lite is available in five color options – Fireball Orange, Burnt Charcoal, Fiery Red, Deep Indigo, and Eclectic Neon.

Speaking about the features, the Astrid Lite had full-color digital display putting out most of the important readouts to the rider. There is a USB charging port, full LED headlight setup, keyless entry, and others. Wheels are 10-inch in diameter and suspension system are telescopic at the front and normal spring-loaded damper at the rear.

Gemopai Astrid Lite will compete with the recently launched Okinawa PraisePro electric scooter. The Praise Pro has been priced at Rs 71,990 ex-showroom.

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