Revolt RV400 Electric Motorcycle Sold Out For September, October: Specs, Prices Inside

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 03 September 2019, 12:54 PM
Revolt RV 400 (Photo Credit: Twitter/@RevoltMotorsIN)
Revolt RV 400 (Photo Credit: Twitter/@RevoltMotorsIN)
HIGHLIGHTS
    • Revolt RV400 is India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle.
    • Revolt RV400 has been sold out for the months of September and October, 2019.
    • The Base variant of Revolt RV 400 costs Rs 1,29,463. Revolt RV Premium variant costs Rs 1,47,963.

Last month, electric two-wheeler maker Revolt Intellicorp launched its first electric motorcycle RV400 at a starting price of Rs 1,29,463 (ex-showroom). Revolt RV400 is India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle. Since launch, demand for Revolt RV400 is growing day by day. Therefore, Revolt RV400 has been sold out for the months of September and October this year. Yes, you read it right. Gurugram-based Revolt Intellicorp announced that the RV400 has been sold out in Delhi and Pune, where the motorcycle is on sale currently, for deliveries scheduled till the end of October. 

According to a report of NDTV’s carandbike, interested buyers can sign up for the second batch of deliveries that will take place between November-December 2019. It is worth mentioning here that the automaker has not shared the number of bookings it has received for the first batch. In July 2019, the electric two-wheeler company did say that it had received over 2500 bookings for the electric motorcycle. 

Rahul Sharma, Founder, Revolt Intellicorp said, "The response to the RV400 indicates that the consumer shift is already underway, and that India is ready for the electric revolution. It reinforces our intent to continually deliver consumer delight and making EVs accessible to the masses with initiatives such as the MyRevolt Plan (MRP). In the last 4 days we have had consumers in thousands at our hubs in Delhi without the showrooms being active, confirming their booking online. Thank you, Delhi and Pune, we are delighted with your response and enthusiasm shown to us here at Revolt." 

Revolt RV 400 is available in two colour options -- Rebel Red and Cosmic Black. Revolt RV 400 is now available in two variants i.e. Base and Premium. The Base variant of Revolt RV 400 costs Rs 1,29,463. On the other hand, Revolt RV Premium variant costs Rs 1,47,963. 

While Revolt RV 400 Base can be owned for Rs 3,499 per month, Revolt RV 400 Premium can be acquired for Rs 3,999 per month. Under the My Revolt Plan (MRP), the owners will have to pay a total of 37 monthly instalments for the two variants. Revolt RV 400 is powered by a 3,000W motor, which can produce 5,000W of maximum power and 170 Nm of torque. The newly-launched electric motorcycle gets a 3.24 KWh Lithium-Ion battery with pouch cell technology.  

It gets a single cradle frame. Suspension duties are being handled by USD front forks and an adjustable monoshock unit at the rear. Revolt RV 400 comes with 17-inch alloy wheels having disc brakes. It makes use of CBS (Combined Braking System). Also, there is an RBS (Regenerative Braking System).  

The electric bike can reach a maximum speed of 85 kmph. It gets two riding positions i.e. sport and cruise. Also, there are three riding modes i.e. Eco, Normal and Sport 85 kmph.  

On the features front, Revolt RV 400 gets fully digital instrument cluster, LED headlamps, Revolt smart key and four separate exhaust sounds and Bluetooth connectivity. It is available with the Revolt App. Available on both Android and iOS, the app has connectivity features like bike locator, door-step battery delivery, mobile swap stations, anti-theft, sound selection and preview etc.  

Importantly, Revolt Intellicorp had recently commenced the pre-booking of RV 400 with the token amount of Rs 1,000 on Amazon. With this, the Revolt became the first motorcycle brand to be available for pre-booking on e-commerce platform.Notably, Revolt RV 400 is the first product from electric vehicle start-up Gurugram-based Revolt Intellicorp, founded by Rahul Sharma, former co-founder of Micromax Informatics.

First Published: Tuesday, September 03, 2019 08:34 AM

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