Tired of your standard electric scooter? Do you want to try out a new sort of Cheapest Electric Scooter? Then consider the Nausha E-Scooter, which costs only Rs 35,000. Nausha is a Punjab-based electric scooter manufacturer. The various parts used in this scooter are being imported from China. The manufacturer of the Nausha electric scooter said that they were inspired to develop it in their own unique way because of their passion for electric scooters.
Nausha Electric Scooter: How the E-Scooter is Made
As Nausha said, the various parts used in this scooter are being imported from China. The manufacturer of the Nausha electric scooter said that they were inspired to develop it in their own unique way because of their passion for electric scooters.
He said that the Nausha electric scooter is manufactured using scrap materials that are considered unfit. The cylindrical part seen in the above image is the outer part of a submersible borewell used in agriculture.
It is speculated that the scooter frame, hub motor, battery, and controller, the 10-inch wheel, suspension components, and other metal components used in this scooter are packed up from other electric scooters.
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Nausha Electric scooters’ main parts, like the BMS, battery, controller, and other components, are placed inside the cylinder body. The hub motor is placed behind the cylinder. This electric scooter comes in two colors: yellow with a drum break in the front and black with no drum break. The scooter has other features like an LED headlight and a taillight on the front and rear sides.
What is the Price and Availability
The Nausha electric scooter has not yet been officially released in India. Before this model, the Nausha had built another model out of scrap that cost them Rs 40,000. But they don’t like that model. So they made this Nausha electric scooter with a new look at a lower price. Nausha mentions that the scooter will be available for only Rs 35,000 in India. And he is also thinking about implementing a regenerative braking system in the future.