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Revolt electric motorcycle new launch cities – Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad

Revolt Motors dealership in Hyderabad
Revolt Motors dealership in Hyderabad coming soon. Image – Kaushik Kumar.

Launched last year, Revolt electric motorcycles are currently on sale in Delhi and Pune. In both cities, demand has been good, and the motorcycles were sold out for 2019, even before deliveries started.

Revolt has plans to widen their network in India. In 2020, the company plans to launch their electric motorcycles in more cities. Now, they have shared a teaser video, which hints at the next cities of launch.

Revolt Motorcycles had revealed earlier that Chennai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad are in the list of cities where they plan to open dealerships. The teaser video below, most likely hints at launch in these new cities.

India’s first AI enabled electric motorcycle, Revolt offers 3 variants – RV300, RV400 Base and RV400 premium. These motorcycles are sold via two options – one is MRP or My Revolt Plan and the other is one time payment. Under MRP, owners have to pay monthly instalment as per their plan which ranges from Rs 2,999 to Rs 3,999 for 37 months. In one time payment, you pay a flat price, and the motorcycle is yours.

Revolt electric motorcycles get fully digital instrument cluster with readouts in terms of speed, trip meter, range and battery power, all of which are offered to the rider via the Revolt App. Its body and chassis is built in association with Super Soco, a Chinese electric vehicle company.

Revolt Motors Chennai dealer
Revolt dealership in Chennai coming soon. Image – Swami Nathan

Though it has Chinese roots, the bike is fully certified in India by ARAI. An autonomous body created by the automotive industry, ARAI is affiliated to the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. ARAI has been tasked with various responsibilities such as helping create efficient and reliable vehicles, keeping the roads safe and reducing pollution. ARAI assists automotive companies in various areas such as certification and standardization, engineering services, technology development, research and development and knowledge initiatives.

Mileage is quite good and enough to quell any dead battery phobias that people usually have about electric vehicles. Revolt electric bike has undergone rigorous on-road testing and has passed the Indian homologation tests.

The ARAI-certified Revolt electric bike has effortlessly completed the Gradient Ability Tests, which is considered the gold standard for electric two-wheelers. This test is carried out on a track that has an incline of 10.2 degrees. Possibility of battery catching fire or exploding is rare, as Revolt’s battery has been tested under extreme conditions. Revolt’s battery has successfully passed various tests related to performance, extreme weather conditions, battery life, waterproofing, and nail penetration.

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