Rahul Sharma has announced that during the last two years he has been working on the creation of a high-performance electric bicycle for the Indian market, with what could be India’s first electric motorcycle with artificial intelligence engine. They have obtained financing of around INR 450 cr for the development of their vehicles, which will take place at their plant in Manesar, Haryana. The factory extends over 10,000 square feet and has a production capacity of 1.2 lac units per year. Currently, they obtain around 75% of their parts from India and expect a 100% location by 2020.
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The main specifications have not yet been revealed, but some key elements have been discussed. The range is expected to be around 150 km, with a maximum speed of 85 km / h, which is comparable to that of today’s high-end bicycles. The AI-enabled bicycle will also be connected, thanks to the LTE capability through a 4G SIM card. The motor and battery packs are imported, but all other elements, including the battery management system, have been developed internally. The expected price, when the bicycle is unveiled in June of this year, is around INR 1.2 lacs. But with the FAME-II initiative, a subsidy of 25,000 must be allowed. Reservations will open at the same time and deliveries are expected for September.
The official website of the company for India RevoltMotors.com will be launched today. Sharma says that when it comes to electric two-wheelers, there are currently vehicles with little power or excess engineering and, therefore, it is important to bring something that fits in between that is equal to or better than a bicycle with an IC engine. Revolt is currently looking to enter the automotive industry as a whole and not an electric vehicle industry. Revolt kept some key things in mind when making its first electric motorcycle for India. First, the company has ensured that the electric bicycle is attractive and has a high performance.
In addition, to avoid the anxiety of reach among the customers, the first e-bike of Revolt will have a range of about 150 km. When it comes to loading infrastructure, the company said that an entire ecosystem will be developed. In addition, I would be making multiple connected devices and not just electric two-wheelers. The company has hinted that its next electric bike for India would be affordable, since it would be a ‘right product that will be important for people’. The market launch of Revolt’s first electric bicycle will take place in June and the bicycle will be sold through both online and dealer modes.
Revolt Intellicorp has tested the design with some sketches of its first electric bicycle, but the people of Rushlane were able to detect the bicycle in tests that revealed important information about the key design of the bicycle and other elements, such as a fully digital console. , a one-piece seat and a fresh-looking rear light.
India is finally making the switch to electric mobility, and local players like Revolt Intellicorp will be central to the fastest and most sustainable adoption and growth of EVs in India. They plan to have a total of three models in several segments. They will be joined by the Tork T6X and the Emflux One as high-performance electric motorcycles designed in India.