Revolt’s electric bikes are being liked a lot in India. The bike is getting out of stock as soon as the booking is opened. In such a situation, once again customers have a great chance to buy it tomorrow.
Revolt Rv400 is being liked a lot
Revolt Motors has announced the re-opening of bookings for its flagship electric bike – the RV400. The company said that bookings will resume in six cities Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad in which it is currently operational. Booking will resume on July 15, 2021 at 12 noon. Last time, when the company opened the bookings for the RV400, it received an overwhelming response.
The company says that it sold RV400 electric bikes worth Rs 50 crore and they had to close the bookings less than two hours after they went live. Revolt Motors says that the deliveries of the booked RV400 electric motorcycle will start from September 2021. If you want to book RV400 electric bike, all you have to do is click on the “Notify Me” tab on the company website www.revoltmotors.com and give your details.
On your mark, get set, book! Bookings for your favourite Revolt motorcycle go live Tomorrow, July 15th, 12PM onwards.
Registered for the bookings yet? Hurry, hit the “Notify Me” tab on our website now and book your Revolt before anyone else from your city. #JoinTheRevolt pic.twitter.com/1jo1wRfgBA
— Revolt Motors (@RevoltMotorsIN) July 14, 2021
Powerful features of the car
The Revolt RV400 gets a 3KW (mid drive) motor which is paired with a 72V, 3.24KWh lithium-ion battery, thanks to which the bike touches a top speed of 85 kmph. The bike also comes with the MyRevolt app which is a bike locator/geo-fencing, customized sounds that you can change with just a tap on the screen. At the same time, it gives you information about complete byte diagnostics, battery status, ride statistics and the nearest revolt switch station from which you can swap batteries.
The Revolt RV400 also gets three riding modes Eco, Normal and Sport. The suspension system includes upside-down (USD) forks up-front as well as fully adjustable monoshock at the rear. Following the latest revision in the government’s FAME II scheme for faster adoption of electric vehicles, Revolt recently announced a hefty price cut of Rs 28,000 for the RV400 in Delhi followed by Rs 90,799 (ex-showroom) Available at an attractive price of Rs.
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