Revolt RV400 comes with a battery pack of 3kWh while the RV300 packs a smaller 1.5kWh battery pack. Both the bikes come with upside down forks at the front and adjustable monoshock at the rear.
Revolt Motors, the electric motorcycle brand launched its two products on 28th August, RV400 & RV300 and both the bikes received such a response that the waiting period soars October 2019.
Yes, the newly launched Revolt RV400 & RV300 waiting period exceeds till October. The company has also started accepting bookings for the month of Nov and Dec for buyers who couldn’t get their hands off to an early start.
The electric motorcycles are available in Pune and Delhi and the batches have been sold out for October 2019. As of now, there is no update from Revolt Motors that which other cities will receive this product.
The company revealed the information by making a responsive slogan, ‘When your passion is UNLIMITED, it’s worth a REVOLT’. Thankyou Revolters for your Unlimited love & support. We would like to share that bookings for the month of Sep-Oct are now closed. But we don’t want to hit the brakes yet! We’re now open for bookings for the Nov- Dec batch.
Speaking of the bikes, Revolt offers RV400 and RV300 is available at an EMI of Rs 3499 and Rs 2999 respectively which is applicable till 37 months. The former comes at a price tag of Rs Rs 1.26 lakh while the RV300 is available at Rs 1.11 lakh. Both the prices comprise of all-inclusive rates and taxes.
One of the key features is the convenience of the bikes which offers three types of charging solution. You can directly charge the motorcycle from an AC socket. It comes with removable batteries, thus providing the buyers with the option of carrying the battery home and charging it over a 3-way plug. Lastly, Revolt has opened up battery-swap stations, where you can hand your dead battery and get a new one, for a nominal fee.
Other features onboard include fully digital speedometer which shows riding range, remaining battery, etc, full LED headlamps, LED taillights, a single-piece high-placed handlebar, single step-up seat and three riding modes(Eco, Normal And Sport).
The modes can be used to change the throttle response, braking regeneration and the top-speed. For example, in the first mode, the speed limit is 45 km/hr, but you get almost the entire riding range.