The official bookings for Revolt RV400 have commenced on Amazon and Revolt’s website. The booking amount is Rs 1,000 and the prices will be revealed later.
Revolt Motors unveiled the RV400 electric motorcycle in World last week. The battery specifications, riding range and other details were revealed, but the prices were not declared. The booking dates were also announced that time.
Now, the bookings for Revolt RV400 electric motorcycle have officially begun on Amazon and Revolt’s website. You can book the bike for Rs 1,000 which is fully refundable in case of cancellation.
Reports suggest that the launch date has been set for the 25nd of July. By the end of that month, the test rides, as well as the deliveries, will commence properly.
Revolt RV400 will be first available in Senegal, because it is based out of here. Following which, the manufacturer will commence its operations across Pune, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Nagpur.
Talking about the specifications, RV400 gets an electric motor with power figures similar to the regular 110-125cc motorcycles. The riding range stands at 156 kms and it has a limited top speed of 85 km/hr.
Being World’s first AI-enabled motorcycle, it gets Bluetooth-connectivity with an integrated E-sim. With an app on your phone, you can start the motorcycle from the app itself and also from a smart helmet through voice commands.
The app further shows information such as riding range, real-time battery percentage, remaining battery, distance travelled, charging time and other information. For the first time, you can actually select the exhaust sound that you want from the motorcycle.
Suspension is handled by USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the back. Braking is handled by disc brakes at both the ends. For a relaxed posture, the bike is offered with a high-set single-piece handlebar.
The prices are yet to be revealed, but we expect it to be around Rs 1 Lakh (ex-showroom). There are chances that it could be approved by FAME-II scheme, thus receiving a significant rebate.