Ultraviolette Automobile, an Indian based startup company, has launched its first product in India. The first product launched by the company is an electric motorbike named Ultraviolette F77. Surprisingly, the registration of the bike is already started in India with delivery expected in October 2020. However, the release of Ultraviolette F77 in Nepal is not decided yet. In addition, the company claims Ultraviolette F77 to be the most powerful electric bike in Indian market.
Ultraviolette F77 is powered by a 25 kW motor which produces a maximum torque of 90 Nm and 33.5 Hp power at 2250 rpm. The power and torque helps the motorbike to gain a top speed of 147 kph. In addition, the bike has 3 different lithium-ion battery with a combine power of 4.2 kWh. The battery helps the Ultraviolette F77 to cover a distance of 150 km in a single charge. Moreover, it only requires 90 minutes for the bike to charge fully through the help of fast charger. However, it takes 5 hours to charge the bike through a standard charger.
Here are the specifications of Ultraviolette F77.
Specifications of Ultraviolette F77 in Nepal
|Variant||Single Standard Variant|
|Motor||25 kW electric AC motor|
|Power (HP@rpm)||35.5 HP@2250 rpm|
|Front Brake||330 mm single disc|
|Rear Disc||230 mm single disc|
|Range/Mileage||150 km in full charge|
|Charging Time||1.5 hours (fast charger)|
5 hours (standard charger)
|Seat Height||800 mm|
|Kerb Weight||158 kg|
|Colors||Lightning, Laser and Shadow|
The Ultraviolette F77 is believed to the first performance based electric motorcycle in the country. The bike has excellent technical specifications as well. In addition to the specifications, the bike has three power modes : Eco, Sport and Insane. Although, the bike has muscular and aggressive looks, it is not quite heavy. The bike also comes with Bluetooth connectivity and a TFT screen. In addition, the TFT screen includes features like voltage and current reading, active tracking and efficiency mapping.
The sport e-bike comes with 17 inch wheels with disc brake on both front and rear. Although, the bike has 3 lithium-ion batteries, it does not require all three batteries to run. However, the use of all the batteries boost the overall performance of the e-bike. The official price of the bike is not revealed yet. However, the cost is estimated around INR. 3 to 4 lakhs in India. Upon release, the Ultraviolette F77 in Nepal is going to cost pretty expensive.
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