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Revolt RV Launched In India

India’s first all electric AI two wheeler brand, Revolt has finally launched its much anticipated bike the RV. The brand has launched the bike with a unique proposition, where the owner doesn’t have to pay any claimed amount at once. Additionally, the brand has also launched RV400 in two variants and an affordable RV300 variant. The RV400 with a three year plan where a customer can opt for either a Rs. 3,999/month plan or a Rs. 3,499/month plan. Of the two, the latter misses out on the 4 different styled engine noise option. The second model RV300 is launched with a three year scheme at Rs 2,999/month. The brand claims this is a “no rental, no lease plan that offers customers full ownership from Day 1 and requires no down payment.” 

The RV400 comes with a list of features including LED lighting, fully-digital dash, 4G connectivity and more. The company has revealed that the bike will be India’s first electric AI enabled, LTE connected motorcycle which will run a 4G SIM to enable these functions. The motor will be enabled  while the Battery Management System (BMS) and the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) will be an in house design. The motorcycle will be limited to a top speed of 86 kph and an ARAI certified range of 156 kms. The bike will also come with a swappable battery system which will allow user to interchange the battery at designated stations and pods. 

The entry level RV300 on other hand gets a shorter wheelbase by 30 mm with narrow real profile tyres. The bike gets a 1.5kW hub-mounted motor with a claimed 180 km on Eco mode, whereas in Normal and Sport mode, it manages a claimed 110 km and 80 km. The RV300 is however restricted to 65 kph top speed. 

The bike comes with swappable battery system and also comes with multiple delivery or drop off system integrated with proprietary app for the bike. The bike aims to hit the millennial generation and hence is equipped with features like built in SIM connection, geo fencing, data statistics, AI Analytics, engine start stop button and so on. Owner can either choose to get the bike serviced via arranging the same online for personal drop off or pick or can book for the same on the move. The company also has same plans for charging ports and for battery systems. The brand claims a supercharge top-up of the battery to 80% in 2.5 hrs while full charge can take between 3.5 hrs to 4 hrs.