Odysse debuts in Nepal with the Evoqis and the Racer

Yet another new electric two-wheeler brand has entered Nepal. Odysse, the Indian electric two-wheeler manufacturer, has officially entered the Nepali market with the launch of the Evoqis and the Racer. 

E-go Automotives, the official distributor of Odysse electric vehicles in Nepal, has been displaying the electric bikes/scooters for test rides at its showroom in Naxal, Kathmandu. 

Get to know more about the new e-bike and e-scooters:


The Evoqis is a full-faired electric sportbike that is powered by a 4.32 kW lithium-ion battery. The electric bike is capable of generating a peak power of 4000 watts and a torque of 64 Nm. The bike can reach a speed of 80 kmph. 

The vehicle takes 6 hours to charge fully via a normal charger, and on a full charge it provides 140 km of range.

The e-bike comes with notable features such as LED projector headlamps, semi-digital instrument cluster, four riding modes (City, Sports, Parking, and Reverse), keyless starting system, motor cut-off switch, anti-theft lock, smart battery, and disc brakes.

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Motor power (W)3000
Peak power (W)4000
Torque (Nm)64
Battery 4.32 kW Li-ion
Top speed (kmph)80
Range (km)140
Charging time 6 hours
Seat height (mm)750
Ground clearance (mm)170

Odysse Evoqis price in Nepal

The Odysse Evoqis’s price in Nepal is set at Rs 4.50 lakh. The new electric sportbike will directly compete with SuperSoco’s TS, TC, and TC Max. 

Odysse modelPrice in Nepal
Odysse EvoqisRs 4.50 lakh


The Racer comes in two variants: Standard and Lite. The standard comes with a 12V 28AH battery capacity that provides a range of 70 km. It takes 5 hours to charge fully. 

Powering the Racer Lite is a 1.4 kW lithium-ion battery that provides 5 km more range than the standard. It also takes less time (3.5 hours) to charge fully.

Both variants generate a maximum power of 1500 watts and a torque of 27 Nm.

Among the Racer’s notable features are its keyless and electric start, anti-acceleration lock, USB charging, three riding modes, digital speedometer, large under-seat storage space, front pocket with hook, and reverse gear system.


Odysse modelsStandardLite
Motor power (W)12001200
Peak power (W)15001500
Torque (Nm)2727
Battery 12V 28AH 1.4 kW Li-on
Top speed (kmph)4545
Range (km)7075
Charging time 5 hours3.5 hours
Seat height (mm)810810
Ground clearance (mm)175175

Odysse Racer price in Nepal

Odysse’s Racer comes in two variants: Racer and Racer Lite, at a starting price of Rs 2.35 lakh and goes up to Rs 3.50 lakh.

Odysse modelsPrice in Nepal
Racer StandardRs 2.35 lakh
Racer LiteRs 3.40 lakh

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