The Kinetic Luna is making a comeback, this time in an entirely electric form. Starting tomorrow, you can secure your booking by paying Rs 500. The E-Luna is anticipated to debut with three distinct battery capacities: 3kWh, 2kWh, and 1.5kWh.
The Kinetic E-Luna is currently available on several e-commerce platforms, with ex-showroom prices falling within the range of Rs 71,990 to Rs 74,990.
If you’re in the market for an electric scooter, consider the Kinetic e-Luna by Kinetic as one of your options. It is available in a single variant and is equipped with an electric motor for power. The e-Luna features a front brake and a rear brake. Currently, the Kinetic e-Luna is offered in a single color option.
Recently, the first images of the Kinetic Green e-Luna have been revealed online. For more details on this upcoming model, refer to our coverage. According to insider information, the Kinetic Green e-Luna is expected to reach a top speed of 50 km/h, making it eligible for the FAME-2 subsidy.
The transformation of the Luna into an electric version follows a trend set by other iconic names, including the Bajaj Chetak, and aligns with the revival of classic brands such as Jawa/Yezdi bikes and Vespa scooters.
Originally introduced in 1972, the Kinetic Luna featured a 49cc two-stroke petrol engine with 2.2PS power and 4.2Nm torque. It was designed with pedals for use when the fuel ran out, and its compact engine exempted it from certain license requirements. The Luna competed with the TVS 50 moped during its time but was discontinued in the early 2000s due to emissions concerns. Notably, TVS has since brought back its moped in a four-stroke version as the TVS XL100.