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Ultraviolette F77

Ultraviolette F77 is an electric two wheeler with a price tag ranging between Rs.3.80 to Rs. 5.60 Lakh.It is available in 3 variants and 4 colours.Ultraviolette F77 can run upto 118 km/charge in single charge.F77 takes approx 4 Hr for a full charge and has a top speed of 140 km/Hr.
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Key Specs & Features of F77

Range307 km/charge
Battery Capacity10.3 Kwh
Kerb Weight207 kg
Top Speed152 km/Hr
Acceleration(0-100)7.8s
Battery Warranty3 Years or 30,000 Km

About Ultraviolette F77

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The Ultraviolette F77 is an electric motorcycle, available in 3 variants, at a starting price of Rs 3.80 Lakh. The battery capacity of the Ultraviolette F77 Space Edition is 10.3 Kwh. The weight of the F77 is 207 kg.The F77 comes with a Disc brake up front and Disc brake at the rear. You can buy the F77 in 4 colours - Supersonic Silver, Plasma Red, White, Stealth Grey.


Ultraviolette Automotive has updated its battery and drivetrain warranty package. Now, it includes coverage for up to 8 lakh kilometers or 8 years. They offer three types of warranty packages: UV Care, UV Care+, and UV Care Max.

The basic UV Care package now gives a warranty for 3 years or 60,000 km, which is twice as much as before. This comes standard with the base model. The UV Care+ package includes a warranty of 5 years or 1,00,000km, also double the previous offer, and is standard on the Recon model. However, base model owners can upgrade to this package for Rs 23,000. The UV Care Max package provides a warranty of 8 years or 8,00,000km, which is eight times more than before. For Rs 40,000, this pack is available for Recon model owners who want to upgrade.

This announcement comes after one of its F77 test bikes registered a total of 1,00,000km travelled but still kept 95% of its original rated capacity. After reaching this milestone, the bike also showed it could achieve an IDC (Indian Driving Conditions) range of 304km, as tested by ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India).

Ultraviolette Automotive has 10 Supernova DC fast charging stations in operation in Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. They plan to have over 100 stations soon. These stations have different charging speeds: 12kW (with two 6kW chargers) and 6kW (with two 3kW chargers). Charging an F77 from 20% to 80% would take around 40 to 60 minutes.

Ultraviolette has partnered with HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited) to set up EV charging stations at HP petrol pumps across India. The first phase will cover 12 select states, followed by a pan-India expansion. Here is how much the Ultraviolette F77 will cost when the FAME 2 subsidy ends.

Ultraviolette F77 Price

The Ultraviolette F77 is available in two variants: Standard priced at Rs 3,80,000 and Recon costing Rs 4,55,000 (both ex-showroom). There was a ‘Limited’ edition variant bearing a price tag of Rs 5,50,000 (ex-showroom), but all the units of this variant have been sold out. In its place, Ultraviolette has launched a Space Edition model, costing Rs 5.6 lakh (ex-showroom). It is limited to just 10 units.  

Ultraviolette F77 Features

In terms of features, the Ultraviolette F77 comes equipped with a 5-inch TFT instrument console with Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity. It also gets all LED lighting, ride analytics, navigation, geofencing, crash detection, 9-axis IMU and three ride modes: Glide, Combat and Ballistic.

Ultraviolette F77 Specifications 

The Ultraviolette F77 Recon is propelled by a mid-mounted 29kW electric motor churning out 95Nm and claims a top speed of 147kmph. This makes it the fastest electric two-wheeler in the country at the moment. The motor is paired to a massive fixed 10.5kWh battery pack that claims an IDC range of 307km. This is not only the highest among EV two-wheelers but also in the territory of electric cars.

The standard variant is powered by a 27kW motor making 85Nm and claims a top speed of 140kmph. It gets a smaller 7.1kWh battery pack claiming an IDC range of 206km.

The Space Edition variant gets a 30.2kW motor producing 40.5PS and 100Nm of clocking 152kmph of top speed. It can sprint from 0-60kmph in just 2.9 seconds.

The F77 features a trellis frame with the motor acting as a stressed member and runs on a USD fork and monoshock preload-adjustable suspension setup. There is preload–adjustability on the fork as well on the Recon and Space Edition trims. It gets discs at both ends for braking along with the safety net of dual-channel ABS. All three trims of the F77 roll on special MRF radial tyres.

Ultraviolette F77 Rivals 

The Ultraviolette F77 does not have any direct electric rivals in terms of performance, however, you can check out the more affordable electric bike alternatives including the Tork Kratos, Oben Rorr, Revolt RV400 and the Matter Aera. In terms of performance, the F77 rivals the petrol-powered supersports like the BMW G 310 RR and the TVS Apache RR 310, whereas in terms of price it would compete with the Kawasaki Ninja 400 and new Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650.

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Ultraviolette F77 Price

The price of Ultraviolette F77 in India starts at Rs. 3,80,000 and goes upto Rs. 5,60,000. Ultraviolette F77 comes with 3 variants which includes Ultraviolette F77 STD, Ultraviolette F77 Recon, Ultraviolette F77 Space Edition. The top variant is Ultraviolette F77 Space Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 5,60,000.

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Ultraviolette F77 STD
140 km/Hr206 km/charge4 Hr
Rs.3,80,000
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147 km/Hr307 km/charge4 Hr
Rs.4,55,000
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Ultraviolette F77 Space Edition
152 km/Hr307 km/charge4 Hr
Rs.5,60,000
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Ultraviolette F77 Pros and Cons

Things We Like in F77

  • Sporty, wallpaper-worthy styling
  • Sportbike-like performance
  • Feels planted on curvy roads, hides its weight really well
  • Good build quality

Things We Dont Like in F77

  • ABS calibration feels a bit off
  • Relatively aggressive ergonomics
  • Priced on the higher side
BikeDekho Verdict:
The F77 is a perfect example of electric motorcycles being fun and engaging to ride. However, given its pricing, it will remain a niche product. Nevertheless, it is also a proof of how an Indian company can make a modern two-wheeler with cutting-edge technologies.

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Avg. Drive per day30 kms
10 kms200 kms
Electricity PriceRs.8.5
Rs.2/UnitRs.24/Unit
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F77 Competitors

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Bike NameUltraviolette F77
Avg. Ex-Showroom Price3.80 - 5.60 Lakh3.60 Lakh onwards
User Rating
73 Reviews
6 Reviews
Range307 km/charge221 km/charge
Battery Capacity10.3 Kwh-
Max Speed152 km/Hr135 km/Hr
Weight207 kg182 kg

Ultraviolette F77 Colours

Ultraviolette F77 is available in 4 different colors. View all bike images with different colour options on BikeDekho.

  • Supersonic Silver
    Supersonic Silver
  • Plasma Red
    Plasma Red
  • White
    White
  • Stealth Grey
    Stealth Grey

Ultraviolette F77 Images

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F77 Specifications

Range307 km/charge
Motor Power30.2 kW
Motor TypePermanent Magnet AC Motor
Charging Time4 Hr
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
Body TypeElectric Bikes, Sports Bikes

Ultraviolette F77 Features

ABSDual Channel
Charging PointYes
Fast ChargingYes
Mobile ConnectivityBluetooth,WiFi
Riding ModesYes
NavigationYes
LED Tail LightYes
SpeedometerDigital
OdometerDigital
TripmeterDigital
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F77 Expert Review

Overview

India's foray into the realm of high-performance electric motorcycles has commenced with the introduction of the Ultraviolette F77. Diverging significantly from the current offerings in the Indian market, this electric bike has left us thoroughly impressed, and here's precisely why we are enthusiastic about the inception of this new era in electric motorcycle technology.

Design

Design-wise, the F77 looks so appealing! While it might appear a tad unconventional and bulky in photographs, its real-life presence dispels any such concerns. The intricately designed panels boast appealing lines and scoops that enhance its aesthetic appeal. However, it's worth noting that adjusting the rear shock preload currently necessitates the removal of the seat and side panels, but the Ultraviolette team assures that this issue will be rectified prior to production. Likewise, the Apache-sourced switchgear is slated for replacement with a bespoke configuration that includes controls for operating the motor-operated battery bay concealed beneath the "tank."

The bike's front end is characterized by a distinctive squashed-in headlamp featuring robust LED DRL elements, crafting its distinctive appearance. Furthermore, the F77 shares chassis geometry with the KTM RC, lending it a similar sharp rake, compact wheelbase, and pointed tail section adorned with split LED tail lamps. With its appealing aesthetics and promising lineage, it's clear that the F77 is poised to make a compelling impression on the track.

Motor, Battery, Range & Performance

The Ultraviolette F77 is much quicker than the other electric two-wheelers in the country and that is not surprising because that big battery delivers an abundance of power to the motor which means it can easily be faster than the Ola S1 Pro and the Ather 450X. 

Surprisingly, it doesn't exhibit the level of quickness one might expect. When compared to traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) motorcycles, the F77 can certainly outperform a 250cc bike and compete with certain 300cc models sourced from China. However, it falls significantly short in terms of speed when compared to the TVS Apache RR310.

This is because of how the bike launches. It doesn't catapult off the starting line with a burst of power. Ultraviolette engineers intentionally dialed down the initial power delivery to prevent riders from being startled or experiencing excessive wheelspin. While this cautious approach suits riding modes like Glide and Combat, we believe Ballistic mode could benefit from a bit more excitement.

However, it's worth noting that you don't necessarily need to engage Ballistic mode at all times. With a surplus of energy at your disposal, Combat mode proves more than adequate for nearly every riding scenario. Whether it's your daily commute, cruising at respectable highway speeds, or chasing apexes on the weekend, Combat mode handles it all without feeling mundane. Even when pushed to its limits, the F77 doesn't become excessively hot, which can occur when keeping the throttle pinned in Ballistic mode for extended periods.

On the other hand, I'm not particularly fond of Glide mode. While it allows for comfortable city riding, it doesn't quite align with the bike's sporty persona. Given that you're likely seeking an exhilarating ride from the F77, this mode tends to feel more akin to riding a KTM RC 125 rather than something truly exciting like a Yamaha R15 V4 or a KTM RC 200.

The F77 has not only elevated its performance but also boasts an impressive range with its massive battery pack, capable of covering approximately 227 kilometers on a single charge. What's truly commendable is that this range calculation includes nearly 100 kilometers of highway riding, maintaining a speed of 80-85 km/h in Combat mode with a moderate level of regenerative braking engaged.

For daily use, it's safe to say that the F77 can comfortably handle a full week's worth of commuting, and even leave room for evening rides with friends, all before requiring a full recharge to unleash its weekend thrills.

Ultraviolette states that a full charge for the F77 Recon's 10.3kWh battery takes roughly four and a half hours, but our experience suggests it may take a little over five hours. Considering this, an overnight charge for a week's worth of riding seems entirely justified, although it's important to factor in the additional charger cost. You can opt to pay Rs 42,500 for both the standard and boost chargers or simply invest an extra Rs 26,650 for the Boost charger alone.

Handling & Ride Quality

The seating posture of the Ultraviolette F77 is very aggressive and it is difficult to grip the bike properly because of the glossy plastics. And the hefty kerb weight makes it difficult to steer in traffic. The firmness of the ride compels you to temper your enthusiasm though. Once you fine-tune the preload setting for your weight, the front end exhibits a well-sorted feel. However, the rear end fails to compress and effectively absorb bumps. While it's understandable that Ultraviolette prioritizes safeguarding the battery against impacts, and considering the bike's sporty intentions, a firm setup makes sense. However, it seems to have been taken to an extreme here. Surprisingly, even the first-generation KTM RC models didn't provide as jarring a ride. The situation does improve slightly with a pillion rider, but it still falls short of being ideal.

Ultraviolette has taken care to equip its sporty machine with an effective braking system. The brakes offer a powerful bite, and the lever feedback is robust. However, during our testing of the bike, we did encounter some brake fade, which is a bit surprising given that the bike had only covered around 1,500 kilometers on the odometer at that point. But that's not the most concerning aspect.

What warrants attention is the ABS calibration, which could use some improvement. When applying hard braking, the ABS tends to intervene, resulting in a somewhat unsettling front-end shuddering. Additionally, we experienced an ABS failure issue, and it's worth noting that this wasn't unique to the specific unit we tested. Fortunately, in the case of this particular bike, the ABS system eventually came back online, which wasn't the case with another test unit we had received earlier.

Comfort

Take a good look at the F77, and it's evident that comfort wasn't its primary design consideration. Wishing for a more relaxed or less aggressive riding posture would be a bit too much. However, it's not overly uncomfortable. To maintain a comfortable position, you need to firmly grip the mid-section to minimize the load on your upper body and arms. This can be a bit challenging, especially when wearing riding denims or pants, as the glossy plastics make it difficult to grip the bike. This is where a set of tank grips could prove invaluable, and it's hoped that Ultraviolette includes them in the limited accessories catalog for the F77.

Adding to the discomfort is the bike's substantial weight. Maneuvering a 207-kilogram machine, particularly in congested traffic, is no easy task. Due to its front-heavy nature, you end up putting more strain on the USD fork, resulting in heavier steering than usual. This can make filtering through traffic a bit taxing. Even on the highway, changing lanes demands a bit more effort than you might expect.

Features

In contrast to electric scooters, the F77's list of features isn't overly extensive. While it does incorporate the typical list of connected technology, it's worth noting that the app, through it is operated, is still in Beta testing. Navigating through the menu can be a bit time-consuming and may require a few minutes to fully grasp.

Furthermore, when it comes to activating the reverse mode, there isn't a clear and straightforward button for it. I had to experiment with the bike before discovering how to utilize this particular feature.

Should you buy Ultraviolette F77?

In essence, the Ultraviolette F77 provides a completely new way of experiencing motorcycling. It offers a noteworthy level of speed, not excessively fast, boasts ample range for a week's worth of riding, and proves to be an excellent partner for weekend excursions. Our only desire is for a smoother and more refined ride, along with the availability of tank grips to enhance bike control.

However, it's important to recognize that this distinctive experience will remain accessible to only a select few. And it's not difficult to discern the reason behind this limitation.

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Does Ultraviolette F77 need a license?

Yes, it is required to have a driving license to drive Ultraviolette F77.

What is the range offered by Ultraviolette F77 on a full charge?

Ultraviolette F77 offers range of 206 km/charge.

How much time Ultraviolette F77 will take to charge?

Ultraviolette F77 will take total 4 Hr to charge from 0-100 percent.

What is the top speed of Ultraviolette F77?

Top speed of Ultraviolette F77 is 140 km/Hr.

What is the battery capacity of Ultraviolette F77?

Battery Capacity of Ultraviolette F77 is 7.1 Kwh.

What is the weight of Ultraviolette F77?

The weight of Ultraviolette F77 is 197 kg.

What will be the lowest down payment for Ultraviolette F77?

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How many colours are available in Ultraviolette F77?

Prakash asked on 10 Nov 2023

Ultraviolette F77 is available in 4 different colours - Airstrike, White, Shadow...

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Kumar asked on 1 May 2023

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What is the range of the Ultraviolette F77 STD?

Abhi asked on 21 Dec 2022

Ultraviolette F77 STD has a certified range of 176 km/charge in Eco Mode, 135 km...

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What is the weight of Ultraviolette F77?

Abhi asked on 12 Dec 2022

Ultraviolette F77 has a kerb weight of 207 kg.

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