Revolt motors, a new start-up from the same group of founders that established Micromax, have come up with two new electric motorcycles which are not only innovative but very powerful as well. These are the Revolt RV400 and RV300.
Revolt is is a new company initiated by Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI). Revolt has been established mainly to develop environmentally sustainable alternatives and to support the planet earth.
These revolt electric bikes are not only the bikes but they are the fuels that will make the company, a leader in the upcoming future in the market of bike manufacturing. Its latest products are the Revolt RV 400 and RV 300 which are launched recently in India, just a few months back.
Though many electric bikes were already launched in India, but they are very unique in their own way. They are the first bikes to be launched in India that come with monthly subscription plans. For this specialty, even Revolt motors have introduced to the world, an app functionality which is known as Revolt Cash Down, where the buyers can pay for the bikes in a single go. Though the prices are not very high as per the specifications and the features they offer, yet the buyers have to pay a good amount to get them in hand. Revolt RV300 is available in the market with a price of INR 84,999 and the Revolt RV400 is available in the market with a price of INR 98,999. With time, the prices may also increase because of their demands. Additional costs have not been involved in this, such as adding the one-time charge for 4G connectivity for a continuous period of 3 years.
If a person is looking for a subscription based payment plan, then Revolt RV300 comes with a subscription of INR 2999 per month for the next 38 years and Revolt RV400 comes with a subscription of INR 3999 for the next 40 months.
Other major specifications of these two splendid electric bikes include the presence of a full digital bunch of instruments along with the fantastic LED headlights and the headlamps. Tail lights and the turn pointers are also provided. If the charges inside the battery are too low, these bikes are associated with the services where the riders can get to know that the charge is very less. The bikes are available in two colours of red and black.
The electric bikes are equipped with 1.5 kW motors and 3 kWh batteries which provide a range of 80 km to 160km and come with a top speed of 65 km per hour offered by RV300 and 85km per hour by RV400.
The visual appearance of both electric bikes is almost the same. Both have a sculpted design with a sporty body. Both have a fantastic comfortable seat with a very fine ergonomic condition. RV400 is gifted with a rebel red and a fantastic cosmic black colour whereas RV300 is devoted to neon black and smoky grey colours.
These electric bikes are being powered by the lithium-ion battery packs and there is only a slight difference between both RV300 and RV400 battery packs. RV300 is more down towards the commuter segment rather than RV400. The maximum range of the revolt RV300 bikes includes 180 km on a single charge. These graceful motorcycles are available in the three different modes which are eco mode, normal mode, and the sports mode. But all the three modes have different functionalities in which the maximum speed includes eco mode that comes with a maximum speed of 25 km/hr whereas the normal speed with a top speed of 45 km/hr and the sports mode that offers a top speed of 85 km/hr.
RV300 and RV400 are the most powerful bikes having very high torque which helps in giving these motorbikes a very quick start. The bikes are mounted with the upside-down foot pegs which help in making the position of the seats pointed towards the front side and they can be easily switched and can get a front faced foot pegs.
Revolt bikes will appeal to daily commuters as these electric bikes can offer a huge amount of savings in the long run.
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