Kabira KM 3000 Electric Sportbike: Picture Gallery
Here’s a 360-degree view of the Kabira KM 3000 through 11 detailed images
Kabira Mobility, a homegrown two-wheeler manufacturer, introduced a range of electric two-wheelers, including the KM 3000, at Auto Expo 2020. It offers big bike looks, decent range and some, segment-first features. We’ve compiled a number of pictures to give you a complete lowdown about the bike.
To begin with, the KM 3000 looks like it’s based on the Kawasaki Ninja 300. Aside from the paint and graphics, it borrows the body panels, chassis (although tweaked to accommodate the battery) and wheels from the 300cc Kwacker.
Is also features the same split seat setup as the Japanese 300cc sportbike.
Clip-on handlebars and rear-set footpegs offer a sporty riding posture.
The KM 3000 features, er, “funky” LED headlights, turn indicators and a conventional tail light.
Other notable features include a full-digital instrument console with an anti-theft alarm system and a dedicated smartphone app.
Powering the bike is a 3kW BLDC hub motor and a 3.44kW lithium-ion battery capable of delivering a range of 85km per charge and a top speed of 80km. Kabira says the batteries can be charged fully within 4-6 hours.
There’s a rotary toggle switch om the left-side handlebar to toggle between two power modes.
The KM 3000 employs a conventional telescopic fork and a monoshock for suspension duties.
The bike’s braking setup includes twin discs at the front and a single disc at the rear. Weirdly enough, the bike showcased at Auto Expo didn’t feature CBS (combined braking system) or ABS.
Its 17-inch wheels come wrapped in 110/70-section (front) and a chunky 140-section (rear) tyres.