Acer Enters the EV Market with MUVI-125-4G Electric Scooter
Acer, a Taiwan-based multinational technology corporation, has launched its first electric scooter in India, called MUVI-125-4G, at the EV India Expo 2023 in Greater Noida. The scooter is powered by a 125cc liquid-cooled engine and a 4G smart system that offers features like voice control, navigation, and remote diagnostics.
The MUVI-125-4G is manufactured in partnership with eBikeGo, an Indian electric mobility platform that provides design and manufacturing services for electric vehicles. The scooter is available in two variants: Standard and Premium. The Standard variant has a top speed of 75 kmph and a range of 80 km on a single charge. The Premium variant has a top speed of 80 kmph and a range of 100 km on a single charge.
The scooter has a lightweight chassis that can be easily lifted and transported. It also has 16-inch wheels for smooth movement and swappable batteries that can be charged anywhere using multiple battery-swapping stations across the country. The batteries can be replaced in just a few seconds, making the scooter convenient and affordable for urban commuters.
The MUVI-125-4G is also equipped with a 4G smart system that allows users to control various functions of the scooter using voice commands or an app on their smartphones. The system can also provide navigation guidance, traffic updates, battery status, and remote diagnostics. The system can also connect to other smart devices like lights, locks, cameras, etc., through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
The MUVI-125-4G is priced at ₹1.25 lakh (ex-showroom) for the Standard variant and ₹1.50 lakh (ex-showroom) for the Premium variant. The company plans to launch more electric vehicles under its Acer brand in India in the future, such as e-bikes, e-scooters, and e-trikes.
The launch of the MUVI-125-4G marks Acer’s entry into the electric vehicle market in India. The company aims to leverage its expertise in technology and innovation to create futuristic electric mobility solutions for urban customers. The company also hopes to contribute to the government’s vision of achieving net zero emissions by 2070.