Uttarakhand-based Crayon Motors is the newest entrant in the electric two-wheeler segment and has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of its flagship Envy e-scooter in India. The new Crayon Envy joins the Zeez e-scooter that is already on sale and promises to offer best-in-class space, easy manoeuvrability and long-range. The new offering is part of the brand's low-speed range of scooters and has a top speed restricted below 25 kmph. The manufacturer is yet to announce the pricing for the new model.
Power on the new Crayon Envy comes from a 250-watt high-performance BLDC motor that is offered with either a 48-volt lead-acid battery or a 60-volt lithium-ion battery. The electric scooter measures 1880 mm in length, 710 mm in width and 1120 mm in height. The e-scooter has an electronic-assisted braking system with regenerative energy.
Some of the salient features on the Crayon Envy include keyless ignition, 10-inch alloy wheels, disc brakes, and USB charging. The quirky-looking electric scooter gets twin LED headlamps upfront with indicators mounted on the handlebar, while there's a digital instrument console, geo-tagging, side-stand sensor, reverse assist, mobile charging and more.
Crayon expected to retail about 1000 units of the Envy e-scooter over the next four months and under its 'Plant a Tree' initiative, the company will plant a tree for every scooter sold. The Envy e-scooter is part of the brand's plan to have a positive impact on the environment by introducing cost-effective, low maintenance scooters. The company has said that it will also introduce high-speed scooters in the near future.