- Okaya Faast F3 electric scooter was launched in India for Rs 99,999.
- The Faast F3 electric scooter gets a 120km range, a TFT display, LED lighting, a swappable battery and a combi-braking system.
- The Faast F3 electric scooter will be available in six colour options across 550 outlets.
Okaya EV has launched the new Okaya Faast F3 electric scooter with a price tag of Rs 99,999 (ex-showroom) in India. The electric scooter will cater to the growing demand for electric two-wheelers in the country and promises to offer new-age features, safety and a choice of multiple colour options. The Okaya Fast F3 electric scooter claims to deliver a range of 120 to 130km, with switchable battery technology and gets a digital dashboard.
The Okaya Faast F3 electric will compete with the likes of the Ola S1 Air which has now been updated with three new battery pack options.
Okaya Faast F3 electric scooter price, availability
The Okaya Faast F3 electric scooter commands a price tag of Rs 99,999 (ex-showroom) and will be available across Okaya EV’s 550 dealer touchpoints across the country. The Faast F3 electric scooter is likely to be offered with a 3-year warranty on the battery, motor and vehicle much like the other EVs in the company’s portfolio. The Okaya Faast F3 will be available in Metallic Black, Metallic Cyan, Metallic Grey, Metallic Silver, Metallic White, and Matte Green colour options.
Okaya Faast F3 electric scooter specifications, features
The Okaya Faast F3 electric scooter features a 1.2kW hub-mounted BLDC motor with a peak power output of 3.35hp which is paired to two 72V 24Ah Lithium Ferrous Phosphate (LFP) battery packs with a combined capacity of 3.53 kWh. The powertrain is capable of a 70kmph top speed and claims to deliver 120km to 130km of range on a single charge. The battery packs are swappable units and can be fully charged within 4 to 5 hours.
The Faast F3 electric scooter features 12-inch steel wheels with drum brakes with a combi-braking system on both ends. The front suspension duties are handled by a telescopic unit while at the rear it gets a spring-loaded unit. The Faast F3 electric scooter gets a TFT display for MID, LED lighting and more.