Revolt RV 400: India's 1st AI-enabled electric motorcycle is here - Do you know these things about it?
Automobiles are taking a step ahead by metamorphosing their newer projects by incorporating electric mobility. Pioneering the first AI enabled electric motorcycle is two-wheeler manufacturer Revolt Intellicorp with their first product RV 400. Rahul Sharma ventures in the sphere of mobility with his new brainchild which is scheduled to hit the Indian roads in July. So motorbike enthusiasts can pre-book the bike from June 25, 2019, for Rs 1,000 on Revolt Motors.com and Amazon. The RV 400 is set to be available across seven major cities.
Revolt RV 400: Swappable lithium-ion battery
This motorbike by Revolt pumps adrenaline electrified into the vehicle's body, with a swappable lithium-ion battery. The electric system of the motorbike will not only exploit the thrill the rider needs with minimum amount of sound. Moreover, the Revolt RV 400 has a maximum speed range of 85km/h, with the motorcycle retaining its battery life for a 156 kilometers. The bike can be charged similar to a phone device. One can charge the bike and roar away at mobile swap stations. (Photo: Revolt Official Website)
Revolt RV 400: Eco friendly riding
Revolt RV 400: Available on both, Android and iOS
The motorcycle sports the Revolt App which is available on both, Android and iOS. One can firstly unlock the motorcycle with their smartphone alone with a QR code, hence saying goodbye to losing onto keys. With this application, one can have access to the multiple features packaged with the e-motorcycle such as Bike Locator’, ‘door-step battery delivery’, ‘mobile swap stations’, ‘anti-theft’, ’sound selection and preview’, among many other utilities that are intrinsic to two-wheeler users. (Photo: Revolt Official Website)
Revolt RV 400: Rebel Red and Cosmic Black
Revolt RV 400: Approved by ARAI
Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) has already approved the electric motorcycle ahead of its launch. The electric bike will depend over a 250-watt lithium-ion battery, with 120,000 vehicles being manufactured at the motorbike's facility in Manesar, Haryana. (Photo: Revolt Official Website)