Kabira Electric Motorcycles KM3000 and KM4000 Receive Overwhelming Response, Sold Out In Just 4 Days

Kabira KM4000

The Goa-based electric two-wheeler startup, Kabira Mobility introduced two electric motorcycles KM3000 and KM4000 back on February 22, 2021 in the Indian market. The two e-motorcycles start from a price of Rs 1.27 lakh, ex-showroom, Goa and the company has announced that both the models have been completely sold out (5000 units) in just 4 days.

The two e-motorcycles were first showcased at the 2020 Auto Expo and the deliveries of the two models are expected to start not before May 2021.

The full-flaired KM3000 has taken inspiration from the entry-level Kawasaki Ninja 300 while the naked streetfighter electric bike, KM4000 takes inspiration from the litre-class Z1000 model of Kawasaki. However, KM4000’s front headlamps show resemblance to Yamaha’s FZ-S model.

Both the models have standard single-disc braking at the front and rear. The KM4000 has standard telescopic forks while the KM4000 is equipped with USD forks.

Kabira KM3000

The Kabira KM3000 features a 4.0kWh lithium-ion battery mated to a 6kW electric motor. On a single charge, it provides a maximum range of 120km and 100km/hr top speed. Kabira boasts a quick acceleration timing of 0 – 40 km/h in 3.1s.

On the other hand, the Kabira KM4000 comes with a 4.4kWh lithium-ion battery pack paired with an 8kW motor which is a slightly larger powertrain compared to the KM3000. It has a 150 km maximum range on a single charge and 120 km/hr top speed. The acceleration time of KM4000 is similar to KM3000.

The models have Eco and Boost modes for charging. The Eco mode takes just 6.5 hrs to charge the batteries from 0-100% while the Boost mode only takes 2 hrs to charge from 0-80%.

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