Some spec details of the Ultraviolette electric bike have been revealed on the company’s official website.
Bangaluru-based startup Ultraviolette has been developing electric mobility solutions and is building an electric motorcycle equivalent to conventional bikes in the 200-250cc segment. TVS Motor has invested Rs. 6 crores as funding in the electric bike maker. Officials at TVS Motor have said that they see a great potential in Ultraviolette Automotive’s vision to get innovative and sustainable electric vehicles in India.
With the revelation of the F77, Ultraviolette Automotive gets us an immensely powered electric motorcycle. Performance customisation, ride analysis, preventive maintenance, remote diagnostics, OTA upgrades, are seamlessly integrated and can be analysed with a tap of a button on your phone. The bike gets from 0-60 km/hr in 3 seconds making it blisteringly fast, thanks to the 450 Nm of torque available instantly at the twist of the throttle. The bike also has 25 kW (33.5 HP) of maximum power output.
The Ultraviolette F77 comes with regenerative braking, which recharges the bike whenever you brake, making sure that you don’t lose out on power soon under hard acceleration. The battery pack features new age sensors, multiple mechanical, electrical and thermal fail-safe protocols, making it highly reliable. The Ultraviolette Energy Network makes sure that you can take the bike out for long drives and use it for your daily commute, without worrying about recharging the versatile battery pack. The company also offers a home charger to charge the bike at your home, with the charging tech constantly adapting to your charging cycles to maintain the health of the battery pack.
The electric bike comes with three riding modes – Eco, Sport, and Insane. Also, if you have forgotten where you have parked the bike, you can easily find it with a press of a button on your phone.
Ultraviolette Electric Bike
– TVS motor has invested Rs. 6 crores in the Bengaluru based start-up
– The home charger provided monitors your charging cycles to maintain the health of your battery
– The bike comes with three riding modes – Eco, Sport, and Insane