Ather 450X EV vs TVS iQube EV: Best in Class Electric Scooters Compared; Check

Ather 450X vs TVS iQube: The government is putting laws and rules into effect to control the nation’s rising pollution levels. These restrictions have a significant impact on a large number of people, who are now favourably transitioning to electric automobiles. Some claim that electric cars are expensive. However, not all electric scooters are pricey; a number of them fall into the inexpensive category and have great features and range. To make it easier for you to choose the finest electric scooter, we have compared the TVS iQube and Ather 450X here.

Ather 450X vs TVS iQube: Specifications


The motor of the Ather 450X produces 3300 W of power. The Ather 450X has a combined braking system that uses disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels.

SpecsAther 450XTVS iQube EV
Fuel typeElectricElectric
Range111 Km100 km
Battery capacity2.9 kWh3.04 kWh
Battery charging time8.36 Hrs5 hrs
Motor typePMS MotorHub-Mounted Electric Motor
Battery typeLithium IonLi-ion battery pack with BMS 
Portable chargersYesYes
Portable batteryYesNo
PriceVariant- 2.9 kWh

Rs 1,41,307
Avg. Ex-Showroom price
Variant – S

Rs 1,62,290
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

TVS iQube’s motor produces 3000 W of electricity. The TVS iQube has drum brakes up front and disc brakes at the back.


Know more about the differences

Ather’s features include an LED headlight and handlebar cowl-mounted LED turn indicators. The scooter features a grab-rail at the back and a single-piece seat. On 12-inch wheels, the brakes consist of a 200mm front and 190mm rear disc. The tyres on these alloys are 100/80 in the back and 90/90 in the front. The TVS scooter, on the other hand, has a seven-inch TFT screen, an HMI joystick for navigating through the settings, a flip key, a five-inch TFT with smartphone connectivity, OTA updates, turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS alerts, park assistance, a distance to empty, two ride modes (Economy and Power), and geo-fencing.

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