Crayon Snow+ electric scooter launched in India at Rs. 64,000
Delhi-based start-up Crayon Motors has launched its Snow+ electric scooter in India. It is available at 100 retail outlets across the country. As for the highlights, the vehicle flaunts a retro-inspired look and offers an LED headlight as well as a digital instrument cluster. It draws power from an electric powertrain and promises a range of 70km on a single charge.
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The Crayon Snow+ is a low-speed vehicle that buyers can ride without a driving license or getting the two-wheeler registered. It is expected to rack up decent sales in India. The vehicle has been priced competitively and is likely to raise the competition in our market. It takes on rivals like the Ampere Reo, BGauss A2, and Hero Electric Optima.
The scooter is offered in four colors
Crayon Snow+ draws styling cues from Bajaj Chetak and sports an indicator-mounted front apron, flat footboard, a single-piece seat with a pillion grab rail, and a circular headlight as well as mirrors. It packs an LED headlamp, a digital instrument console, a USB charging port, and rides on silvered wheels. It is available in Fiery Red, Super White, Sunshine Yellow, and Classic Gray shades.
It has a top-speed of 25km/h
Crayon Snow+ draws power from a 250W electric motor linked to a 48V valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA) or 60V Lithium-ion battery pack. The scooter has a top-speed of 25km/h and delivers a range of 70km on a single charge.
There are disc brakes on both the wheels
To ensure the safety of the rider, the Crayon Snow+ is equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, along with E-ABS to avoid skidding on the roads while braking. Suspension duties on the electric scooter are taken care of by inverted forks on the front side and a shock absorber on the rear end.
Crayon Snow+: Pricing and availability
In India, the Crayon Snow+ electric scooter carries a price-tag of Rs. 64,000 (ex-showroom). The vehicle is up for grabs in Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Bihar, among other states.Share this timeline