Revolt RV 400 Launch Date Revealed!

Modified On Aug 29, 2019 By Niraj Kakade for Revolt RV400

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Update: Revolt has launched the R400 and RV300. Read all about it here. We have also ridden the RV400. You can check out the first ride review here

The all-electric motorcycle is set to be launched early next month

  • Official bookings for the RV 400 are already underway across Delhi and Pune.
  • The all-electric motorcycle packs a whole host of segment-first features, some of which aren’t even seen on some premium cars! 
  • We expect Revolt to put a fairly competitive price tag on the RV 400. 

Revolt Motors has confirmed that it will be launching the RV 400 on 7 August 2019. The brand has already commenced official bookings for the motorcycle across Delhi and Pune for a token amount of Rs 1,000. Alternatively, you could even reserve the e-bike of yourself via our website.

Also Read: Revolt’s Next Electric Bike To Be Retro Styled

The all-electric naked motorcycle was initially unveiled back in June with a whole host of goodies. This included some modern-day functionalities like an LED headlamps, a fully digital instrument cluster, different riding modes (Eco, City and Sport) and Bluetooth connectivity.

However, what sets it apart from other electric motorcycles, or even some premium petrol-powered offerings, is its segment-first features, including an AI system which monitors your riding style and calculates real-time battery consumption. 

Also Read - Revolt To Introduce Helmet With Voice Commands

Additionally, it also comes with remote start, geo-fencing and yes, an artificial exhaust sound system. This allows the user to choose from four default exhaust note options or customise one as per their liking. This functionality is not even seen on premium cars right now.

Coming to the heart of the matter, the RV 400 packs an ARAI-certified range of 156km. Not to mention, the batteries are swappable. In case you still run out of juice and don’t want to make a trip to the charging station, the firm will deliver the lithium-ion battery to your doorstep. 

Coming to the mechanical bits, stopping power comes from disc brakes at either ends, with CBS offered as standard. Suspension duties are handled by an inverted fork at the front and a monoshock at the rear. It's available in two colour options - Rebel Red and Cosmic Black. We expect the company to price the electric motorcycle around the Rs 1 lakh mark (ex-showroom).

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