motorcycle maker Revolt Motors has reduced the price of its flagship RV400
electric motorcycle after the FAME II incentive revision. The bike is now
priced at Rs 90,799/-, ex-showroom in Delhi.
It will be available for booking
on www.revoltmotors.com from Friday
June 18 for a limited period. The new price point has been achievable owing to
the revised FAME II incentive and the Delhi government incentive on electric
electric motorcycle is being offered at a price that is far less than the ICE
motorcycles available in its category in the Indian market. Launched in 2019,
Revolt motorcycles have been an instant hit with the customers. Revolters
across the cities have clocked 2,00,00,000 kilometres so far.
of bookings will start across six cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai,
Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. With Revolt’s contactless online booking system,
customers can register for bookings through the “Notify Me” tab on its website
before the bookings go live. Revolt is looking to expand the distributor and
service network across 35 cities in India.
RV400 comes with a 3KW (Mid Drive) motor, powered by a 72V, 3.24KWh lithium-Ion
battery that can churn out a top speed of 85km/h. The bike can be operated
through the MyRevolt App, which offers connectivity features such as bike
locator/Geo fencing, customised sounds that you can change with just a tap on
the screen, complete bike diagnostics, battery status, historical data on your
rides and KMs done, and also the option of locating the nearest Revolt Switch
Station to swap your Revolt’s battery and be on-the-move in less than 60
feature three riding modes - Eco, Normal and Sport – each suiting to the riding
style and needs of the driver. Also, comes with Upside Down (USD) forks
up-front and a fully-adjustable monoshock at the rear to give an unparalleled
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