Revolt Motor has started accepting bookings for its RV 400 electric motorcycle through Amazon India. The manufacturer was earlier supposed to open pre-bookings on its own official website as well as Amazon India on June 25, 2019. However, on the said date, bookings only commenced on the company’s website, with the popular e-commerce website opening bookings a couple of weeks later. Customers interested in the Revolt RV 400 electric motorcycle can now book it online through the Revolt website as well as Amazon India, by paying a fully-refundable deposit of Rs. 1,000.
It is important to note that bookings for the electric motorcycle are currently open only for customers in Delhi and Pune. However, cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Bangalore will be added to the list within the next four months. The company claims that deliveries of the motorcycle will commence from July 2019, based on the booking sequence. However, the Amazon India booking page mentions that a bike booked today will be delivered by August 24.
Revolt Motor had revealed their first-ever electric motorcycle last month at an event in Delhi. We thus know quite a lot about the RV 400. It comes with LED headlamp and taillight, a fully digital instrument cluster, 4G connectivity, and an app-controlled artificial noise system that lets the motorcycle make the sound of a grunt sports bike. Mechanical`s include upside-down forks at the front, a monoshock at the rear, and disc brakes on both wheels. The Revolt RV 400 electric bike is available in two colours – Rebel Red and Cosmic Black.
The company claims that the bike can cover a distance of 156 km on a single charge. The bike-maker is even establishing mobile battery swap stations where owners can swap a drained battery for a fully charged unit. Additionally, the easily removable battery can be taken to the owner’s home for charging, instead of establishing a charging connection in the parking itself.
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