Ampere Primus electric scooter with 107km range launched in India, priced at Rs 1.10 lakh


  • Ampere Primus is the company’s newest electric scooter.
  • It comes with a 100 km range and a top speed of 77kmph.
  • The e-scooter will be delivered in the coming month, and pre-orders are live right now for Rs 499 token amount.

Ampere Primus electric scooter has officially been launched in India. The new EV from the OEM has been priced over a lakh and comes with a peak range of 77 Kmph. Key Amepre Primus specs include above 100 km of range between charges, an LCD screen, LED lights, reverse mode, and three riding modes: Power, City, and Eco. The e-scooter is now up for pre-orders in the country. Here’s everything you need to know about the two-wheeler, including Ampere Primus price in India:

Ampere Primus electric scooter price in India, availability

The Amepre Primus electric scooter has been introduced in India and will be sold at the company’s dealerships beginning next month for a price of Rs 1,10,000 (ex-showroom). Ampere Primus reservations are now open for a reasonable cost of Rs 499 online and through the company’s dealerships.

The scooter comes in a two-tone design with matte panels and four colour options: Himalayan White, Havelock Blue, Buck Black, and Royal Orange.

Ampere Primus electric scooter specifications

A mid-mounted motor with a maximum output of 4 kW powers the new Ampere Primus e-scooter, and a belt final drive sends the force from the motor to the rear wheel. The Primus, according to Ampere, can reach a top speed of 77 kmph and can accelerate from 0 to 40 kph in 4.2 seconds. In addition to a Reverse mode, the Ampere Primus has three riding modes: Power, City, and Eco.

A 3kWh lithium-iron-phosphate battery powers the Primus e-scooter and is claimed to give it a range of 107km in Power mode on a single charge. However, the company hasn’t provided an exact number, only that the range will be greater in Eco mode while charging the battery using a standard 5A outlet will take 5 hours.

In terms of features, the Primus gets a digital instrument cluster, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, and notification alerts via the Ampere app. On both wheels, there are drum brakes, a rear spring, and telescopic front forks. The styling features include a step-up seat, a single-piece pillion grabrail, an apron-mounted front turn indicator, and a tall headlight.

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