Ultraviolette f77-India’s first high-performance electric motorcycle unveiled
After 4 years of Research and Development, Ultraviolette Automotive Private Limited launched its high-performance electric motorcycle, Ultraviolette F77. It is a super electric bike which can accelerate 0-60kmph in 3 seconds and 0-100kmph in 7.03 seconds.
Ultraviolette f77 electric motorcycle
It comes in 3 colour variants-lighting, shadow and laser and the bike is on sale in Bengaluru.
It works on a 25kW BLDC motor with 450NM of torque at the wheel and gives a range of 150 km on a single charge.
It gets a DC fast charging capability. It is a lightweight bike with a kerb weight of 158kg. It has a lithium-ion battery and has 7 international patented filed with highly intelligence battery management system.
The batteries used in this bike are three times more powerful when compared to any other batteries. It works with three modular battery packs which are removable and lightweight. Each battery weighs only 8.5 kgs.
You need not worry about charging time, as the bike can be charged in just 50 minutes up to 80% using a fast charger. The company is also providing a CCS Type-2 Charge Port to support both AC and DC charging from public infrastructure.
Talking about the bike speed it accelerates at 0-60 kmph in 2.92 sec and 0-100 km/hg in 7.03 sec and the top speed is 147 kmph.
Ultraviolette f77 features
The F77 some of the features can be seen as a full LED headlight, tail light split LED unit, full-colour TFT screen, BlueTooth connectivity, over the air updates, bike locator, three riding modes (Eco, Sport & Insane) and ride analysis.
The F77 body constructs with a steel trellis frame with and an adjustable mono-shock. The tyres are 110/70 (front) and 150/60 (rear) with a 320mm front disc and a 230mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS.
The f77 electric motorcycle is priced between 3-3.25 lakhs and registrations have begun today and deliveries to begin in the third quarter of 2020.
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