Revolt Motors is doing amazingly well in India. The production of the company’s bikes, which are constantly getting out of stock, has been increased further. Due to the rising prices of petrol, people are fiercely buying this bike.
The craze of this bike of Revolt is increasing in India.
RatanIndia’s Revolt Motors on Thursday announced that it has once again sold all units of its RV400 and RV300 bikes within minutes of the commencement of the second round of bookings. Let us tell you that in the last round, when bookings were made available for 2 hours, the vehicles were sold at lightning speed. However, it is not known how many bikes were sold in both the rounds.
Capable of running for around 150 kms per full charge, the AI enabled RV300 and RV400 bikes are powered by a 3.24Kwh lithium-ion battery. This unit enables the bike to run up to a top speed of 80 kmph. It comes with three riding modes – Eco, Normal and Sport. The e-bike can also be operated through the MyRevolt app, which provides connectivity features like bike locator/geo fencing.
We hate to say it but, better luck next time.
Missed the booking this time, there is always a second chance…. pic.twitter.com/LWZoncWr6B
— Revolt Motors (@RevoltMotorsIN) July 15, 2021
Revolt Motors is also attributing the increasing interest in its bikes to the skyrocketing petrol prices. Anjali Ratan, Business Chairman, RatanIndia Enterprises, said, “Revolt bikes are selling within minutes, which is a strong testimony to the quality of Revolt’s product. With the petrol prices reaching up to Rs 100 in the country, it is difficult for the customers to miss out on the huge savings on Revolt bikes.
A slew of subsidy measures announced by various state governments are also a big opportunity for EV makers like Revolt Motors. For example, Maharashtra has an incentive of around 25,000 per bike while in Gujarat the figure is 20,000. The Delhi government’s incentive will reduce the prices of electric bikes by about Rs 16,000, while Meghalaya will get an incentive amount of Rs 32,000.
As such, Revolt Motors says that it is increasing production to meet the demand. Rahul Sharma, MD, Revolt Motors said, “We are working round the clock to further enhance our production capacity to meet this huge demand.”
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