Odysse Vader electric motorcycle has been launched today – It gets styling inspired by Bajaj Pulsar
Mumbai based Odysse Electric Vehicles, which currently has a lineup of electric two-wheelers, among which are the Evoqis, V2 and E2Go, have just launched the Vader, electric motorcycle. This is India’s first motorbike that comes in powered by a 7 inch android display unit. It can be accessed via an App and Bluetooth connectivity.
Odysse Vader is priced at Rs 1,09,999 (ex-sh Ahmedabad), (inclusive of FAME II and state subsidy). It is priced at Rs 1.29 lakh (ex-sh including FAME II & state subsidies) across other states. This makes the Vader the 2nd most expensive bike in the company lineup after the Odysse Evoqis, which priced at Rs 1.71 Lakh.
Odysse Vader is India’s first electric Motorcycle powered by 7” Android Display
Bookings have opened for the Odysse Vader at Rs 999 either online or via company dealerships with deliveries set to commence from July 2023. It is presented in colour options of Midnight Blue, Fiery Red, Glossy Black, Venom Green and Misty Grey.
In terms of design, it sports a headlamp and cowl that look identical to that seen on the Bajaj CT 125X. Its tank extensions, split seats and footpegs are reminiscent of those seen on the Bajaj Pulsar 150.
The Odysse EV App allows for connectivity features such as bike locator, geo fencing, immobilization, anti theft, track and trace and battery alerts. It rides on 17 inch alloy wheels and gets a 7 inch display unit that is rated at IP67 for both dust and water resistance. Other features include Google Maps navigation, LED lighting and an 18 liter storage space.
Odysse Electric Motorcycle – Battery Specs, Range
This made-in-India electric motorcycle is powered by a 3kW motor offering 6.03 hp peak power along with peak torque of 170 Nm along with a 3.7 kWh battery pack. The battery pack is not only IP67 rated but has also received AIS-156 approval.
The battery which can be fully charged from 0-100 percent in 4 hours comes in with three ride modes of Eco, Drive and Sports. Under Eco Mode, Vader electric motorcycle commands a 125 km range. This goes down to 100kms under Drive Mode while it stands at 90 kms range in Sports Mode. Top speed is 85 km/h.
The Vader gets a combi braking system with disc brake measuring 240mm in the front and 220 mm disc at the rear. Kerb weight is at 128 kgs. Suspension duties are handled by a telescopic fork in the front and dual spring load shocks at the rear. Odysse is offering a warranty of 3 years on the battery and 3 years on the powertrain. Odysse Vader will compete with the Revolt RV400 and Tork Kratos in its segment.
Along with the launch of the new Vader electric motorcycle, the company has also reiterated plans to bring in a new electric scooter sometime later this year. Odysse also sets targets to expand its reach across India from a current 68 outlets to 150 dealerships by the end of 2023 along with targeting a 300 percent increase in sales.