The motorcycle has been spotted without any camouflage and is likely to be in its production-ready form.
Revolt Intellicorp is gearing up to launch its first AI-enabled electric motorcycle in India. Ahead of the launch, images of the motorcycle have been taken where it seems to be in its production guise. With the expected launch slated for the month of June, the company is also working on three different electric vehicles meant for different segments. The motorcycle was spotted in Gurgaon, Haryana by MotorBeam reader Prashant Mishra.
The images of the motorcycle reveal its naked styling and a fairing which is covering the battery and motor housing. It also features a projector style headlamp and vertically arranged LED DRLs. The indicators also seem to be LED units. The motorcycle gets a full digital display and will be offered with LTE and SIM card connectivity to allow smart functions. The handlebar is a single piece unit and the seating position also looks upright while the rear gets a tapered end with LED taillamps and LED blinkers.
Coming to the power unit, the battery pack is hidden inside what looks like fibre panels which will also make it to the production version. Revolt is using imported battery and motor for now, but the company aims at 100 percent localisation by the end of FY20. The ECU and battery management system (BMS) is developed in-house by the company and the motorcycle has a top speed of 85 km/hr and a range of over 150 kms. Revolt Intellicorp will also install charging infrastructure across Delhi-NCR where it is planning to sell its motorcycles first.
The suspension duties are taken care of by USD forks on the front and a monoshock at the rear. It gets silver finished pillion grab-rail, silvered front forks and silvered bar-end weights. Braking will be performed by disc brakes on both ends with ABS as a standard offering.
Revolt Electric Bike
– The upcoming motorcycle was spotted testing without camouflage
– It will have a range of over 150 kms and a top speed of 85 km/hr
– Revolt will launch its motorcycle in Delhi-NCR first where it is also installing charging infrastructure