Tech Giant Acer Collaborates With eBikeGo To Launch Its First EV, MUVI-125-4G
Article by Drivio | 16th Sep 23
With swappable batteries and a range of 80 km, the new MUVI-125-4G is tailored for the average Indian commuter.
- The MUVI-125-4G is designed to handle narrow streets and varying terrains.
- It can reach a top speed of 75 km/h and offers a range of 80 km per charge.
- The new e-bike is a joint venture between Acer and eBikeGo, an Indian electric mobility company.
Acer, the Taiwanese tech giant known primarily for its computers and computer accessories, has made its first strides into the EV market with its new electric bike – the MUVI-125-4G. Revealed at an e-mobility expo in Greater Noida, the new bike has been developed in collaboration with Indian e-mobility company eBikeGo.
While it features state-of-the-art European technology, the MUVI-125-4G is made in India and has been designed keeping in mind the needs of the average Indian commuter. Its sleek design, coupled with its performance, makes it perfect for the varied terrains and narrow streets in India. The efficient e-bike offers a range of 80 km per charge and has a top speed of 75 km per hour. The bike also features swappable batteries, which would be a huge perk during long journeys.
|Max Power||34 PS|
|Max Torque||90 Nm|
|Top speed||75 km/h|
|Max Range||80 km|
Equipped with 16-inch wheels for a safe and stable ride, the new electric bike also features a lightweight but robust chassis. The marketing, development, and customer support for the entire range of EVs branded under Acer, including eBikes, eScooters, and eTrikes, will be handled by eBikeGo. Neither of the companies has revealed anything about the pricing of the MUVI-125-4G or when it will be made available in the market.