The Ampere Nexus Electric Scooter was released.

The Ampere Nexus, the first high-end electric scooter from Greaves Electric Mobility. Greaves Electric Mobility’s first high-end electric scooter, the Nexus, just finished its trip from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. It will be available for purchase in the second half of May.
  • Greaves’ new premium electric scooter, Ampere Nexus, takes the place of Primus.
  • Bluetooth connectivity and a 7.0-inch touchscreen are features of the top ST model.
  • The scooter has four ride modes and a mid-mount PMSM motor with a maximum power of 4 kW. 

It is not eligible for central subsidies under the Electric Mobility Promotion Scheme (EMPS). When this initial offer expires, these rates will increase by Rs. 10,000. The Nexus, which was previewed by the Ampere NXG concept, is the most feature-rich Ampere e-scooter to date and is significantly more equipped than the Primus, which it essentially replaces in the lineup. The company states that reservations for the Nexus are now being accepted and that the scooter will start to be delivered in the second half of May.

The Nexus keeps parts of the NXG’s styling and design cues, but it does away with some of the concept’s showfloor features. A traditional swing arm replaces the single-sided swing arm. The Nexus maintains the tried-and-true design of a family-oriented electric scooter, with a dual rear shock absorber and telescopic fork

The scooter’s form factor is also not too unlike other Ampere scooters; its seat is a comfortable 765 mm in height and 712 mm in length. LED lighting is the norm. With a 1,319-mm wheelbase, the scooter offers 235 mm of floorboard capacity in addition to 170 mm of ground clearance.

The Nexus sports a mid-mounted permanent magnet motor with a nominal output of 3.3 kW and a max output of 4 kW, as well as a fixed 3 kWh LFP battery pack. The Ampere Nexus features a hygienic reverse mode in addition to four ride modes: Eco, City, Power, and Limp Home. 

The Nexus is expected to reach a top speed of 93 kmph in Power, 63 kmph in City, and 42 kmph in Eco. The Ampere Nexus has a gradeability rating of 16 degrees. The certified range of the Nexus, according to Ampere, is up to 136 kilometers. The recommended charging time is three hours and thirty minutes; however, a quick charger will be an option.

The Nexus comes with a 12-inch alloy wheel with 90-section tyres and a front disc brake (rear drum brake) as standard equipment, but the ST has a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth and turn-by-turn navigation, while the EX has a 6.2-inch segmented LCD. In addition, the Nexus has buttons for turn indication activation rather than traditional switches, and the Nexus ST has music controls and charging data. The length is 712 mm, and the seat height is 765 mm.

The Nexus is offered in four colours - Zanskar Aqua, Lunar White, Indian Red, and Steel Grey and comes in two variants: the standard EX and the top-spec ST. 

It is available for a special price of between Rs. 1.10 lakh and Rs. 1.20 lakh (ex-showroom). The Nexus easily outperforms the TVS iQube (Rs 1.36–1.46 lakh) and Bajaj Chetak (Rs 1.24–1.47 lakh) at its launch prices.


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