The electric street bike, Revolt RV 400 is available in India at a starting price of Rs.1,15,498. The bike is available in 2 variants and in 3 colours. The top variant has a price of Rs.1,29,463. The motor in the revolt RV 400 produces 3000W of power. Revolt RV 400 has both front and rear disc brakes, resulting in a combined braking system for both wheels.
Revolt RV 400 Key Highlights
|Kerb weight||108 kg|
|Top speed||45-85 kmph|
|Seat height||814 nm|
|Riding range||80-150 km|
|Battery charging time||4.5 hours|
|Rated power||3000 W|
The Revolt RV 400 is the first AI-enabled electric motorcycle in India. It has a design inspired by street naked motorcycles. The bike has a strong tank with hefty tank extensions, as well as fairing that hides the motor and batteries. It has a bolt-on subframe in the back and a one-piece seat. At both ends, coupled with CBS, a single disc is used to brake. Inverted forks in the front of a monoshock in the back handles the suspension responsibilities.
A 3KWh motor delivers 5kW of power and 50Nm of torque which powers this electric motorbike. The bike also comes with a 3kW lithium-ion battery with an unlimited-kilometer warranty. The bike has three modes: eco, normal, and sport with the range varying depending on which mode is selected. The bike can reach a high speed of 85 kmph and has a range of 90 kilometers in sport mode.
The RV 400 has a full-digital instrument cluster with full-LED illumination for the headlamp, tail lights, and turn indicators, among other features. It also comes with an app that can be used to start the motorcycle, set up a geo-fence, and receive notifications when the battery is low. Furthermore, the company offers a ‘delivery on demand’ service, which allows users to have a fully charged battery sent to their home.
Aside from that, Revolt is equipping the RV 400 with an onboard charger, a portable battery charger, and is planning to install battery switching stations, also known as ‘switch stations’ in the near future. The most intriguing aspects, though, are the simulated exhaust notes, which can be altered via the app and turned on or off while driving.