Intellicorp, makers of the Revolt RV 400 electric motorcycle, has given a new
meaning to the abbreviation MRP which is commonly referred to as Maximum Retail
Price. But in a revolutionary My Revolt Plan (MRP) strategy, the company has
introduced a price of Rs 2,999 per month for the bike.
MRPs were announced by Rahul Sharma, Founder & Chief Revolutionary Officer,
Revolt Intellicorp. The company
announced this new pricing methodology for RV 400 and RV300, India's first
AI-enabled electric motorcycles.
MRP, one can own the RV300 at Rs 2,999 p.m. and RV400 at Rs 3,499 p.m. and Rs 3,999
p.m., depending on which plan one chooses on Day 1. The RV400 will be available
at four Revolt hubs in New Delhi and subsequently in Pune. The company
additionally introduced a second Model the Revolt RV300 at Rs 2,999 per month;
bookings for which will begin on August 29, 2019.
RV400 comes with a host of introductory benefits such as unlimited battery
warranty (8 years/ 1.5 lakh kms), free maintenance benefits (3years,
30,000kms), product warranty (5 years, 75,000 kms) and insurance (1-year
company-owned, 5 years third-party). This no rental, no lease plan offers
customers full ownership from Day 1 and requires no down payment but a flat
cost per month depending on the variant chosen by the customer .
said, “EVs are not just about a shift in vehicles but a shift in mindset for
the consumer. Our promise of disrupting the mobility market in the true sense
of product and price is here. The RV400 and RV300 reflect our passion and
commitment to bring sustainable, affordable mobility to every Indian home and
My Revolt Plan is a testimony to this promise of making EVs accessible to the
masses. We are starting with Delhi and Pune; and will eventually move to the
rest of the country as we believe that our product has the credentials to
transform the way two-wheelers are looked at.”
RV400 is powered by a 3.24 KWh Lithium Ion battery that generates 72V of power
and comes with a maximum range of 150 kms on a single charge giving it a top
speed of 85 km/hr. It comes with a CBS braking system (Front Disc – 240 mm/
Rear Disc – 240mm) and an adjustable monoshock. The Revolt RV400 has a ground
clearance of 215 mm and will be fully charged (0-100%) in 4.5 hours. As part of
the accessories package, Revolt will offer a connected helmet in partnership
with Google that allows you start the bike using a voice command- “Revolt
the dynamic consumer world with increasing need for connectivity, the RV 400
comes equipped with a fully digital instrument cluster, 4G connectivity and an
LED headlamp. Additionally, the RV400 owners have the option of choosing from
four different exhaust sounds and more can be downloaded via an app too.
of the RV400 will commence in September 2019 for the first batch in Delhi,
bookings for which began on June 25, 2019. For test rides, customers can visit
any of the four Revolt Hubs in Delhi located at Preet Vihar, Safdarjung
Enclave, Dwarka and Gujranwala Town. The RV400 will be launched in Pune next
month, followed by Bangalore, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ahmedabad and Chennai in the
next four months.
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