Revolt Intellicorp has announced the launch of the ‘RV400’ which happens to be the only electric bike in India. Company says it is also India’s first AI-enabled motorcycle.
The motorcycle looks muscular and aggressive, thanks to its muscular fuel tank and the tank extensions. The bike features a street bike design. The bike features modern elements like LED headlamp, tail lamp, auxiliary lamps, a fully digital instrument console and a key-less locking system.
In terms of power, the Revolt hasn’t re revealed the specs of the RV400. But company had announced earlier that the bike can provide a maximum range of 156kms (as per ARAI tests) and achieve a top speed of 85kmph. Likewise, the bike sports three riding modes (Eco, City and Sport).
In terms of the powertrain, the Revolt hasn’t revealed the specs of the RV400. However, the company had earlier announced that, on a full charge, the electric motorcycle will be capable of returning a range of 156kms (as per ARAI tests) and achieve a top speed of 85kmph. Notably, the powertrain will come with three riding modes (Eco, City and Sport).
Considering one of the biggest disappointments motorcycle enthusiasts have with electric bikes, that is, lack of exhaust sound, Revolt has come up with an interesting solution.The solution is that the company will have customisable artificial exhaust notes. The Revolt electric motorcycle will have a mobile application allowing you to choose an exhaust note of your preference. The company has revealed a high-revving, single-cylinder sound and a four-cylinder sound; however, there also appears to be at least two more exhaust notes that have not yet been revealed. The sound will vary based on the speed of the motorcycle and the load the motor is under.
In order to address the limitation of charging infrastructure, Revolt is offering four charging options -- a portable charger, on-board charger, mobile swapping stations and ‘Delivery on Demand’ feature, wherein a user can have a charged battery delivered to their location. Besides that, a user will receive alerts about the nearest swapping station once the charge on the battery has reduced.
The RV400 features upside-down forks at front and a monoshock at rear, and the braking duty is handled by disc brakes at both ends.