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Revolt To Launch India’s First AI-Enabled Electric Motorcycle


Like Ather, the Revolt electric motorcycle will have its own charging grid; will offer a real-world range of over 150km

[UPDATE: Revolt has launched the RV400 in India and here are the details. We've also ridden the motorcycle and you can check out our first ride review here.]

  • Revolt will launch an AI-enabled electric motorcycle in India by June.
  • The electric bike will get 4G connectivity, OTA updates.
  • Will offer more than 150km range in real world riding conditions.
  • The bike will be launched in Delhi first, followed by other cities.
Upcoming Revolt AI-enabled electric scooter

Revolt Intellicorp, an Indian startup, has announced that it will be launching its AI-enabled electric motorcycle in June. Like Ather, Revolt’s AI-based features will enable its motorcycles to optimise battery performance based on riding style. It will also be capable of receiving over the air (OTA) updates via an integrated 4G SIM. What’s more, the company will set up dedicated charging grids too!

Also read: Ather Energy Sets Up Charging Stations Across Bengaluru

While details are still scant, the company has revealed that the motorcycle will offer more a real-world range of over 150km. We also know that the top speed has been capped at 85kmph and that the bike will feature combined braking technology as well. It also gets swappable lithium-ion batteries!

Also read: Emflux Model One Unveiled At Auto Expo 2018

The development and production of the electric motorcycle is already underway with the company investing close to Rs 500 crore into the project already. Revolt Intellicorp has a manufacturing facility in Manesar that’s spread over 1 lakh sq.ft. Once the first phase is complete, the facility will be capable of churning out 1.2 lakh bikes annually. Revolt boasts of a strong R&D team that has been busy developing components like the battery management system and ECU since the past two years.

Also read: Ather 450 Electric Scooter: First Ride Review

The electric bike will be launched in Delhi in June and go on sale in other parts of the country soon after. Revolt also plans to set up physical and online experiential centres in various cities across India. Stay tuned for more updates.

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  • Benjamin Gracias | 7 months ago @Meghashyam, 150km range is quite good for a battery powered electric bike. Increasing top speed will only reduce battery range so the 85kmph top speed is more of a balance between performance and battery ...Read More 0 Reply
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