Launch Date: August 2025 (Expected)
The buzz is strong in the biking community as Hero gears up to unveil its latest electric scooter, the Hero eMaestro, in the Indian market. Drawing inspiration from the Maestro 125, this scooter promises a blend of style and innovation.
Battery and Range: A robust Lithium-Ion Magnet Motor powers the eMaestro, offering a charging time of 4-7 hours. Once juiced up, the scooter boasts an impressive range of 150 to 200 kilometers on a single charge.
Features at a Glance:
|Front and rear brakes
|Expected launch by August 2025
|Around Rs 1 lakh
|Based on Maestro Edge 110 design with modifications for the electric motor and battery
|LED headlamp, digital display, keyless ignition, reverse mode, cloud connectivity, unique color scheme
|Permanent magnet motor, lithium-ion battery pack
|Power & Torque
|The range not specified, a potential reference to Ather 450X’s 85km true range
|Details pending, the potential use of Ather 450 X’s 6kW motor delivering 26 Nm of torque
|12-inch front and 10-inch rear alloy wheels
|Drum brake setup on both wheels
|Bajaj Chetak, TVS iQube
Price Insights: While the price remains under wraps, industry experts estimate the Hero eMaestro to kick off at a competitive Rs 1 lakh.
Suspension and Brake Setup: The scooter flaunts a 12-inch telescopic fork at the front and a 12-inch alloy wheel with mono-shock suspension. Both wheels come equipped with a reliable drum brake system.
Rivals in the Arena: In the electric scooter arena, Hero’s eMaestro is set to lock horns with competitors like TVS iQube Electric and Okinawa Cruiser.
Stay tuned for more updates as Hero unveils the eMaestro, promising not just a ride but an experience.