India’s first electric motorcycle, Revolt RV400 was slated to launch on 7th August. However, the launch date has now been pushed back to the end of this month.
Gurgaon-based startup Revolt Motors, was going to launch India’s first electric motorcycle next week. Due to unknown circumstances, the launch has been pushed ahead to the end of August, as suggested by media reports.
The bookings for the Revolt RV400 commenced on June 25 and as of now, the bookings have crossed the 2500 units mark. The bookings can be placed at Amazon as well as on their official website.
The prices and exact engine specifications of the Revolt RV400 will be revealed at the time of the launch. The RV400 is positioned as a mass-market commuter at ab expected pricing of around Rs 1 Lakh (ex-showroom).
Revolt RV400 offers an ARAI certified riding range of 156 kms and is claimed to reach a top speed of 85 km/hr. The battery specs are unknown as of now, but the power figures are similar to a 125cc motorcycle.
The batteries on the bike are removable and can be charged anywhere with a three-pin plug. Revolt also offers the buyers to swap the used batteries for a new one for a nominal price at their nearby stations.
The highlight of the electric motorcycle is that it gets four exhaust notes to choose from, including Revolt, Roar, Rage and Rebel. Further, it is India’s first AI-enabled motorcycle with an integrated e-sim card.
The fully digital console can be connected to the phone via Bluetooth. It offers information such as riding range, satellite navigation, bike location, real-time information, incoming call and message alert and much more.
As of now, the Revolt RV400 is only available in Delhi NCR. The manufacturer plans to spread its operations across other cities too, including Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc amongst the first ones.