18 March 2020, Kathmandu
Brace yourselves for the new era of electric bikes! Revolt Motors brings its latest AI-enabled electric bikes in India with Revolt RV400. In fact, it is one of the two models (other is RV300) that were launched in India on August 28, 2019.
This Revolt bike uses an electric motor and features three riding modes – Eco, Normal and Sport. Moreover, the rear wheel drives using a belt and pulley system.
And, the bike promises to give riders maximum comfort with its sporty look and design.
Features of Revolt RV400
The classy RV 400 comes with the most reliable charging ecosystem with multiple ways to charge your Revolt bikes. That means in India, you can keep on Revolting wherever you are.
Furthermore, you can even control the sound of this Revolt electric bike!
You may be wondering, “Did I read that right?”
Indeed, you did.
Revolt RV400 has four sounds that you can control and switch through the MyRevolt app. These sounds give you the feel of riding a proper sports bike with Revolt, Rebel, Roar, and Rage.
Revolt’s electric bike also supports 4G eSIM and Bluetooth, thus, allowing syncs with the Revolt app on the rider’s phone. The riders can then cruise around and can find charging stations near them using the app.
Revolt RV400 Specifications
Currently, this electric beast comes in two color variants: Rebel Red and Cosmic Black. The Revolt RV electric bikes are highly electricity efficient and normally give 150km/Full charge.
Let’s look at its unique specs below:
|Brakes (CBS)||Front Disc(240mm) / Rear Disc(240mm)|
|Tires||Front – 90/80-17, Rear – 120/80-17|
|Front Fork||Upside Down Forks|
|Motor||3KW (Mid Drive)|
|Charging Time||0-75% in 3 Hours And 0-100% in 4.5 Hours|
|Seat Height (Rider)||814mm|
|Carrying Capacity||2 persons (Max 150 Kg)|
|Lighting||LED Head Lamp, Tail Lamps & Indicators|
Price of RV400 Variants
Revolt RV400 Base – INR 1.38 Lakhs
Revolt RV400 Premium – INR 1.57 Lakhs
At present, Revolt Motors offers only 2 models in India. It is estimated that they will soon launch a new model. However, it is unlikely to launch in Nepal anytime soon.
Can we expect a surprise at the next NADA show? Are the Revolt electric bikes feasible in Nepal?
Let us know what you think!