Motovolt Mobility Launches 4 New e-Cycles

Published On Jan 14, 2021 06:01 PM By Zaran Mody

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The models are intended for private use as well as last-mile delivery applications

Another day, another new electric two-wheeler launched. Except today, it’s not just one, but four new e-cycles that have been launched by the West Bengal-based Motovolt Mobility. These are the company’s debut products, and they are intended for both private use and last-mile delivery applications.

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First up is the HUM, a versatile and utilitarian looking thing aimed at e-commerce operators. It’s joined in the Motovolt lineup by the KIVO which is offered in two versions - Standard and Easy. This model is aimed at both work commute and leisure cycling. And finally, there is the ICE which is the quirkiest of the lot. It’s a small folding e-cycle that is rather unconventional in appearance.

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Unlike most electric two-wheelers we’re seeing these days, Motovolt claims that the battery packs and electric drive units for these products have been indigenously developed. All the models feature lithium-ion battery packs and smartphone-based connectivity features. Motovolt says all the models are priced in the Rs 25,000 to Rs 40,000 range and can be personalised to some extent as per customer requirements. 

Full details are available in the press release below:

Motovolt Mobility Pvt Ltd, an electric mobility company, launched India’s first fleet of smart e-cycles under the brand name Motovolt.

Motovolt e-cycles are not only Smart and Modern but are also designed to be Reliable and Efficient by taking into consideration riders comfort, riding conditions and the riding behaviour. This ensures best in class comfort and product durability. In addition to this, the batteries and the electric drive unit have also been indigenously designed to provide long life and consistent performance. The Motovolt range of products are available with smart phone based connected features that are one of a kind in this category.

With a vision of Inspiring the e-mobility movement in India, Motovolt's immediate mission is to develop and design smart e-mobility solutions, which positively impact lives across communities and contribute towards a sustainable future. Motovolt E-cycles are not only for niche customers but will also find mainstream adoption. The price range of the products along with accessories would be within Rs 25000/- to Rs 40000/- with options of customizing as per the need. The exciting range of products and accessories will be available across both physical and digital channels. 

Motovolt unveiled four variants of the e-cycles. HUM is a first of its kind multi utility cycle, which is also directed for e-commerce & last mile delivery. KIVO STANDARD & KIVO EASY offers a smart & stylish ride ideal both for work & leisure commute. ICE is a unique bicycle which is small and foldable, perfect for the casual cyclists seeking a minimalist and contemporary design. All the products will be connected by IOT and will be powered by Smart Lithium-Ion Batteries and Intelligent Battery Management System (BMS). Motovolt also offers a range of over thirty accessories to customize the cycles as per usage and need. Also, the e-cycles which will be connected through IOS & Android based mobile application “Motovolt” which will give the owners information about total distance covered, health of e-cycle, monitor cycle performance, providing over air updates, update on maintenance among other features.

Motovolt provides a mobility solution that would solve the problems of the common man and fill the gap present in his transportation needs. The Motovolt e-cycles will be available in their soon-to-be-launched exclusive stores, partner outlets as well as on online platforms. Easy EMI facilities through top finance partners will be provided to make the buying process easier amongst all the target groups.

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