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Ultraviolette F77 Specifications

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Fuel Type : Electric
Range : 130-150 km/charge
Battery Type : Lithium-ion
Charging Time : 1.5-5 Hours
Brakes Front : Disc
Power : NA
Kerb Weight : 158 kg
Starting : Self Start Only
Wheels Type : Alloy
Tyre Type : Tubeless
Digital Fuel Indicator : NA
Standard Warranty (Years) : NA
Get Loan starting @9.7%
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Ultraviolette F77 Specifications Summary

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Electric, 130-150 km/charge, Lithium-ion, 1.5-5 Hours, 158 kg view all Disc Brakes Front, Alloy Wheels, Tubeless Tyre, Digital Fuel Indicator view all

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Ultraviolette F77
Ultraviolette F77 Rs. 3.00 lakh

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying F77

Q. What is the top speed of the Ultraviolette F77?
  • It would be too early to give any verdict as Ultraviolette F77 is not launched yet. So, we would request you to wait for its launch. : By Zigwheels | 1 month ago
  • Ultraviolette claims a top speed of 147kmph : By Ajit | 4 weeks ago
Q. Is Ultraviolette F77 provided with 3 batteries. The mileage is 140-150 km for each battery or for all those three batteries?
  • As of now, the brand hasn't revealed the complete offerings of the bike. The claimed range of the bike is 130 to 150km/charge. Stay tuned. : By Zigwheels | 21 hours ago
Q. How much is the battery capacity of Ultraviolette F77?
  • The Ultraviolette F77 electric bike is a 25kW electric motor that is capable of producing 90Nm of torque. 0-60kmph arrives in 3 seconds, indicating that its performance could be akin to entry-level sporty petrol-powered motorcycles. The 4.2kWh battery offers a range from 130km to 150km. : By Zigwheels | 2 weeks ago
Q. What about the dimensions like wheel base seat height of Ultraviolette F77?
  • As of now, the brand hasn't revealed the complete details. So we would suggest you wait for its launch and stay tuned for further updates. : By Zigwheels | 3 weeks ago
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