How to Crack and Install?
- Download Ampere Mod Apk
- Now install it on your program.
- After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
- Then paste it in an installation directory
- Enjoy full version
Ampere Mod Apk Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor
- 2GB of RAM
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
Ampere Mod Apk Vehicles isn’t new to the electric two-wheeler scene in India. It’s been around for a couple of years and seems to have somewhat made its mark in the EV scene as well.
That’s because it’s backed by Greaves Cotton, a Mumbai-based company that manufactures diesel engines. The two entities chalked out an aggressive expansion plan in 2019 to expand the dealership network, work on new product launches, and roll out online retail outlets.
Over the years, Ampere has further expanded its portfolio with several e-scooters. We recently got to spend some time with the brand’s flagship ‘performance’ e-scooter, the Magnus Pro. It’s priced at Rs 73,990, which puts it in the same league as 125cc petrol-powered scooters. But could it actually beat them and become the preferred mode of choice for your daily commutes?
- Looks like a conventional petrol-powered scooter.
- Decent performance for everyday use.
- Light and flickable, making it easy to manage in traffic or parking lots.
- Build quality isn’t great, feels plasticky.
- The battery is visible from the side thanks to the crudely designed battery bay.
- Wire loom leading to the battery juts out and looks rather untidy.
- The squarish brake lever design can get a tad uncomfortable over long journeys.
- Gets dual-tone seats which add a touch of premiumness.
- Claimed range is pretty decent and easy to achieve as well.
One look at the Magnus Pro and you’ll think it’s a petrol-powered scooter. It’s only when you get closer that you see the differences — a hub motor instead of an engine, skinny tyres, twin shocks at the rear, and plastic panels to cover up the swingarm.
It’s striking to look at if you have the right colours… say a bright red or yellow. The test scooter we were handed came finished in silver which is appealing in its own way but not flashy enough to draw attention.
The overall design is sleek and sporty. We particularly loved the way the Ampere has used subtle chrome elements on the front apron and around the brow of the headlight for that touch of premiumness. What could have been better is the overall quality of the product. It feels substandard and for the lack of a better word, plasticky. The quality of plastics used on the bodywork feels flimsy.
Once you get on the scooter you’re greeted to a digital console which looks fairly basic and reads out information like the charge of the battery, ride mode options, an odometer and, of course, speed. Additional features such as estimated range and turn-by-turn navigation would have surely added to the scooter’s overall user experience.
It doesn’t get any fancy LED headlights here either, which is pretty much the norm these days. Instead, the Magnus Pro features a traditional halogen headlight which isn’t powerful enough to light up dimly lit roads. In other words, it lacks throw and spread.
Then there’s the boot light in the underseat storage which looks like an afterthought and sticks out like a sore thumb. On the plus side, it’s really bright. The exposed battery bay and the orange wire looms aren’t a pretty picture either.
Get on board and the lightweight Magnus Pro feels perfectly manageable, but the riding posture is a bit off. Though the reach to the bars feels natural, the high floorboard makes the scooter feel a little cramped even for average-sized riders.
Ergonomics aren’t very well thought out either. The horn button, for instance, is oddly positioned above the turn indicator which forces you to recalibrate your left hand. The sharp edges on the squarish brake lever design can get a tad uncomfortable over long journeys.
Removing the battery is a pain and a little too complicated, to be honest. First, there’s a lid that requires a key to unlock. You then have two screws and a metal strap which need to be unfastened before you can get to the battery. Once you get past this process, you have to wrestle to get the battery out of the bay. It’s equally painful while installing the battery. All of this could have been simplified in our opinion and that’s something Ampere needs to look into.
On the bright side, the metal strap secures the battery in place which ensures it doesn’t move around or rattle while going over rough roads or speed breakers.
Launching a scooter in the midst of a pandemic is a very brave move for a business and what surprises more is an electric 2-wheeler maker coming forward to do it. We got our hands on Magnus Pro, a brand new electric scooter from Ampere v4.14 Mod Apk Vehicles (owned by Greaves). What follows is our test ride and overall experience of this EV.