Techo Electra, a Pune based EV start-up, has launched three new electric scooters in India. The line-up comprises 3 models: entry-level Neo, mid-ranger Raptor and top-variant Emerge. Notably, the scooters have a claimed range of 70-85kms, and they can be fully charged in around four to seven hours. Here is our roundup. The Techo Electra Emerge features a Vespa like retro look with octagonal-shaped headlamps, and body-colored front mudguards and mufflers. It gets a digital instrument console, all-LED lighting setup, reverse parking assist, and USB charging support. Powering the scooter is a portable 60V 30Ah lithium-ion battery, which has a claimed range of 70-80kms on a single charge. It can be fully charged in 4-5 hours. Then, we have the mid-ranger Techo Electra Raptor. It features a sporty look with a sharp-edged front apron and dual-tone paint job. It gets LED headlamps and taillamps, USB charging port, reverse parking assist, and LCD instrument panel. The scooter packs a 60V 32Ah lead-acid battery which can be juiced up fully in around 6-8 hours of charging, and offers a range of 80-90kms. Finally, there is Techo Electra Neo, which looks similar to Raptor. However, it has smaller under-seat storage and it misses reverse parking assist feature to attain a cheaper price tag. The scooter houses apron mounted LED headlamp, LED taillamps and USB charging port. It is backed by 48V 20Ah lead-acid battery that promises a range of 55-60kms and can be charged in 4-6 hours. For braking performance, the Emerge and Raptor come equipped with disc brakes on the front and drum brakes on the rear wheels. On the other hand, the base-variant Neo gets drum brakes on both sides. To handle suspension duties, all the three scooters house telescopic forks on the front and dual shock suspension on the rear side.