Alongside Emflux’s yet to be released electric motorcycles, there’s another Indian-built bike to watch out for. The Ultraviolette F77.
Set to be released on November 13, the Ultraviolette F77 is being tipped as the first naked electric motorcycle out of India. While there’s still very little information available about the new machine, there are a few key facts and figures to help us work out exactly what to expect from the F77.
Powered by a 400cc equivalent motor which kicks out 34bhp (25 kW) and maximum torque of 450Nm. That torque figure’s massive – ten times higher than a normal 400cc machine. And it needs to be, because Ultraviolette is promising acceleration of 0 to 100 kph in three seconds.
There’s no proper information on the battery, but there is a graphic which shows its cells. And on the outside of the housing it says 7,200. That could be referring to a possible power output of 7.2 kWh – although rumours suggest that it’ll be much lower (around 3 or 4 kWh).
Aside from that, we do know that it’ll come with three driving modes, a smartphone connection, and both fast and domestic charging abilities.
With India making a big push towards electric technology, introducing new policy to only sell electric two-wheelers by 2025, we’re going to see a lot more e-vehicles in the coming years. Thankfully, we’ve not got to wait too much longer to find out all the official information about the new Ultraviolette F77, with the big reveal set for November 13. For more information, click HERE.
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