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Hero Electric launches new three-wheel scooter at Auto Expo 2020

Hero Electric introduced its first 3-wheel electric scooter at Auto Expo 2020. It is believed that its price can be around 1.5 lakh rupees.

Hero Electric launches new three-wheel scooter at Auto Expo 2020
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 Auto Expo 2020, one to one curtain is being lifted. The expo has now opened to the general public. This time most companies have focused more on their electric vehicles at the Auto Expo.

At the same time, during the expo, the electric two-wheeler manufacturer Hero Electric has introduced the first three-wheel scooter scooter, named Hero Electric AE-3. Let us know about its features. The Hero Electric AE-3 gets a 3.0kW motor and a 48V / 2.4kWh lithium-ion battery setup.

This battery in it takes 5 hours to full charge. The company claims that once full charge, this scooter will be able to cover a distance of 100 km. At the same time, its top speed is 80 kilometers per hour.

It is believed that the price of the company AE-3 scooter can be around 1.5 lakh rupees. But the company has not given any statement about this. If this scooter is launched in India on time, there are no other such scooters in the market yet.

The special thing is that there is no problem of falling in it, that is, you can run it without any rate. This three-wheeled scooter gets the confidence of better performance with the latest features.

By the way, this concept is available in the international market. In this scooter of Hero, auto balance park switch is available, with the help of which it can make balance on its own during parking. It also has reverse assist. The weight of this scooter is 140 kg.

The company has given a fully digital speedometer in it, which offers many connected features. Apart from this, features like Mobile Charger and Walk Assist have also been included. For better baking, dual disc brakes have been provided in the front and single disc brakes in the rear.

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