Hero Eddy Electric Scooter Launched At Rs. 72,000

The electric scooter market is seeing a boom with a lot of new launches happenings in recent times. Now, Hero Electric has launched a new electric scooter Hero Eddy in the domestic market priced at Rs. 72,000 (ex-showroom). The company claims that the new scooter is an easy-to-manoeuver product which will be convenient for short distance commutes to next-door coffee shops, golf courses and gymnasiums etc.

Hero Eddy electric scooter

Hero says the new electric Hero Eddy was designed keeping in mind the requirement of customers who want an electric scooter for short distance travel. Though the scooters range has not been revealed it is expected to get 50-80 kms of range on a full charge.

Hero Eddy features

  • Find My Bike
  • E-Lock
  • Large Boot Space
  • Follow Me
  • Headlamps
  • Reverse Mode


The electric scooter will be made available in two colour options – Yellow and a light shade of Blue, Hero Eddy requires no registration or driving license as it is a low-speed vehicle.

Hero Eddy yellow shade
Hero Eddy yellow colour image

The new electric scooter will be available in two colour schemes namely – Light shade of Blue and Yellow. The good part is that the Hero Eddy requires no registration or driving license as it is a low speed vehicle.

“We at Hero are thrilled to announce our upcoming product Hero Eddy that will have an overwhelming on-road presence combining smart features and stylish looks. The scooter is designed keeping in mind individuals’ conscious efforts to contribute towards a carbon-free future combined with a hassle-free ride experience. We are confident that Hero Eddy will make for a perfect alternate mobility choice offering comfort and necessity.” said Mr Naveen Munjal, MD, Hero Electric commenting on the product.

Hero Electric continues to strengthen the entire ecosystem and focuses on leveraging opportunities to propel EV adoption to meet varied rider demand with an aggressively stylish Hero Eddy, the company said in a statement.

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