One of the most awaited and most anticipated all-electric motorcycles, the Revolt RV400 has been recently been unveiled in India. The Revolt RV400 gets an ARAI certified range of 156km per charge and can be plugged directly to a 15-ampere socket for a full charge in four hours. Revolt has also introduced a swappable battery that can be ordered via the company’s mobile phone application and can be delivered to the desired location at a convenient time slot.
The all-electric Revolt RV 400 is estimated to priced around Rs 1 lakh at the time of the Launch.
However, the customers can easily locate and identify the nearest battery swapping station via the company’s mobile application. Swapping the battery (power source) of the bike needs a claimed time of 60 seconds. The cell phone application keeps a complete check on the swap order details and history.
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The RV400 is India’s first Artificial Intelligence enabled motorcycle and is launched with latest technology based features such as geo-fencing, anti-theft and geo-tagging. The application also tells the bike’s statistics and also further scans the bike health such as available range, total riding hours and real-time diagnostics.
The electric motorcycle also comes with a unique feature that is artificial engine sound that can be switched on/off by the user. The cell phone application gives a preview of the sounds as well. Currently, the bike is available in two colours – Red and Black.
The bookings for the Revolt RV400 will commence on June 25, 2019, in Delhi, India. The bike can be booked on the company’s website or through leading E-commerce website, Amazon. The bookings will soon start in the city of Delhi and will be followed by other National Capital Regions regions, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ahmedabad and Chennai in the next three to six months.
The prices has still not be disclosed and will be announced at a later date, however, auto experts expects a price tag of Rs 1 lakh or less, ex-showroom. The motorcycle will compete with the 150cc petrol-powered motorcycles such as the Yamaha FZ-S, Suzuki Gixxer 155. The RV400 gets cycle parts similar to a conventional motorcycle, upside-down forks in the front and a monoshock at the rear. The bike also sports an all-digital instrument cluster. The bike gets disc brakes on both ends, however, misses out on the Anti Braking System.
The RV 400 electric motorcycle will be manufactured at Revolt’s production facility in Manesar, Haryana. Spread across 1 lakh sq.ft, the manufacturing plant has an annual production capacity of 1.2 lakh units.