This is a strange drag race between a BMW i7 and an Ultraviolette F77. These two might be electric vehicles, but the differences between these two are as huge as they get. On one hand, the BMW i7 is an ultra-luxury premium electric sedan. Only the elites among the top elites opt for this. It offers the latest tech and connectivity features. On the other hand, Ultraviolette is an Indian premium electric two-wheeler manufacturer. It offers sports electric bikes. Let us take a look at what happens when these two drag race.
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BMW i7 vs Ultraviolette F77 Drag Race
This post comes from BikeWaleOfficial on YouTube. It is a YouTuber Shorts video. The two contenders are starting side-by-side. On the count of three, both EVs accelerate with all their might. From the very beginning, the Bimmer takes an unassailable lead. It simply rushes ahead with authority. The electric bike, although extremely quick, struggles to give the electric sedan any competition whatsoever. That is expected due to their specifications. Throughout the entire race, the BMW i7 stays ahead and trounces the F77 convincingly.
The BMW i7 is equipped with a substantial 101.7 kWh lithium-ion battery, driving a dual-motor system for a powerful all-wheel-drive performance. This configuration delivers an impressive output of 544 hp and 745 Nm of torque. Following WLTP standards, the i7 boasts an extensive range spanning from 591 km to 625 km, positioning it as one of the top performers in the industry. Accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.7 seconds, it also supports high-speed 195 kW DC charging.
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On the other hand, the Ultraviolette F77 comes in multiple configurations. In the top settings, it boasts a 10.3 kWh battery pack with an IP67-rated aluminium enclosure to protect against water and dust. The total power and torque outputs stand at an impressive 40.5 hp and 100 Nm. The top speed is 152 km/h. This electric motorcycle can achieve a 0-100 km/h speed in just 7.8 seconds. There are variable regenerative braking modes. You could expect a range of 307 km (IDC Est.) on a single charge. The EV weighs 207 kg and has a ground clearance of 160 mm. It also supports fast charging which charges upto 75 km of range per hour.
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