The Eco-friendly e-bikes and e-rickshaw in India offer the best quality natural rude with extreme comfort ride for both the passengers and driver. The electric motorcycle is very much necessary to our country not only in terms of the environment but also for the other factors like conservation of sustainable energies like coal, petroleum, diesel, biogas and other energy-producing elements need to be conserved. Therefore keeping in mind the utilization of energy in a better way, electric bikes have been initiated.
About Revolt 400
The RV400 is the newest motorcycle in the growing electric two-wheeler space in India. RV 400 was introduced by a Gurgaon-based start-up, Revolt Intellicorp, the company claims that the RV 400 is the first AI-enabled motorcycle in the country.
Revolt RV400: Specifications
The RV400 gives a street bike design with muscular contours, aggressive fuel tank extensions, petite tail section and a wide handlebar. It features all-LED lighting with a fully-digital instrument console and a push-button ignition instead of a conventional key fob. The motorcycle features a fairing that covers the battery, electric motor and other components that give it a clean look.
As far as the mechanical elements on the motorcycle go, the Revolt Revolt 400 has some pretty premium components. It gets a USD fork and a mono-shock unit with the swingarm made from aluminum. And as you can already see, it gets alloy rims and disc brakes at both ends. Aside from CBS, the Revolt RV 400 also gets Regenerative Braking System which should aid in the braking process. We expect the bike to cost around INR 1 lakh on-road once launched.
New Updates in Revolt 400
The most important details remain unknown because the company hasn’t revealed the specs of the bike. However, what’s known is that the RV400 on a full charge will be capable of offering a range of 156kms (as per ARAI) and will be capable of achieving a top speed of 85kmph. The powertrain will have three riding modes to choose from – Eco, City and Sport.
Besides that, the user will also have the option to set an artificial exhaust note as per preference. The motorcycle will be suspended by telescopic forks up front and a mono-shock at the rear while braking is done by disc brakes at both ends.
Our Opinion for Revolt 400
Although there is no confirmed launch date of the RV 400, Revolt’s top boss, Rahul Sharma, has said that bookings will begin online on its own website as well as Amazon. This will take place from 25 June as customers can pre-book their RV 400s for a nominal Rs 1000. Deliveries will begin next month as the official launch could take place around the same time. There are a whole host of other features too which Revolt is currently not revealing — it ended the event with the possibility of voice controls also being an option. Additionally, buyers can also choose from four different exhaust sounds and more can be downloaded via an app too. The Revolt RV400 will be first available in Delhi and Pune followed by NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, and Chennai in the next three months.
So it is important to use this motorcycle which is not only helpful to you but also keeps the environment free from air and sound pollution and an initiative towards conservation of energies for future use.