Revolt Motors expands to Mumbai; pre-orders now open | TechRadar

Revolt Motors is likely one of the first electrical bike corporations that has begun transport in India. After a profitable launch in Delhi, the Indian startup has now expanded to Mumbai.

Revolt Intellicorp was based by Rahul Sharma in 2019, who was the co-founder of Micromax mobiles earlier than that. It’s claimed to be India’s first AI-enabled electrical motorcycle. With Mumbai, Revolt Motors has now formally launched in six cities — Delhi, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad. 

Orders from Mumbai are at the moment estimated to ship between October 17 to November 16, however eventual orders might have a later supply date.

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Revolt RV400 specs

The RV400 was designed holding the common Indian rider in thoughts, It makes use of a single-cradle body with an aluminium swingarm. It has a floor clearance of 215mm which makes it safer from water and puddles. The car can be IP67 waterproof. 

It additionally has a bunch of sensible options corresponding to a contactless keycard which may unlock the bike from 50 metres away. The console, known as the Digital Well being monitor, is a full-fledged dashboard that reveals info corresponding to pace, battery ranges, anticipated vary and so on. There’s additionally a USB port for charging, storage silo and hooks for equipment. 

As for efficiency, the Revolt RV400 is powered by a 3kW motor, able to attaining a high pace of 85kmph. It has a variety of 150km within the eco mode, 100km within the common mode (65kmph high pace), and 80km within the sports activities mode. 

To recharge the batteries, Revolt provides a few choices. There’s common wired charging which takes about 4.5 hours to go from 0 to full. Because the batteries are additionally detachable, one can go to a Revolt Swap Station to shortly get a brand new battery. Equally, the battery can be eliminated and charged at residence or workplace. It’s unclear as of now how a lot of this infrastructure shall be out there in Mumbai.


There are three variants of the car at the moment out there: the Revolt RV400 and the RV300. The latter has extra vary however lesser acceleration and high pace. The characteristic set stays the identical. The premium RV400 is priced at Rs 3,999 a month for a interval of 37 months, whereas the RV300 is priced at Rs 2,999 per thirty days. There are alternatives to pay for the car upfront, however you’ll lose out on advantages that embody limitless upkeep and 5-year insurance coverage.

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