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The Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle comes equipped with three modular lithium-ion battery packs, which offer a range of 130-140 km on a full charge.
Ultraviolette Automotive, a Bengaluru-based start-up has unveiled the company's first motorcycle, which is the Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle. This motorcycle will come in three variants - Lightning, Laser and Shadow. The F77 gets power from an air-cooled brushless DC (BLDC) motor that gives an output of 25 kW (33.5 bhp). The top speed of this motorcycle is claimed to be 147 kmph. It goes from 0 to 60 kmph in 2.9 seconds and from 0 to 100 kmph in 7.5 seconds. The motorcycle comes with three riding modes - Eco, Sport and Insane. The Ultraviolette F77 will be priced from ₹ 3 lakh (on-road).
The Ultraviolette F77 comes equipped with three modular lithium-ion battery packs, which offer a range of 130-140 km on a full charge. A standard charger charges the batteries fully in 5 hours, and a portable fast charger charges it from 0-80 per cent in just 50 minutes, with full charge in 90 minutes. Additional options include charging pods. These pods can be installed at home to charge the batteries overnight.
The Ultraviolette F77 motorcycle comes with a long list of features, including a full-colour TFT screen with Bluetooth connectivity, ride analysis features, remote diagnostics, bike locator, etc. The regenerative braking can also be controlled, and there is also a maximum speed limiter, as well as torque delivery controller which can all be managed through the dedicated app. Ultraviolette will offer a charging network starting from Bengaluru, followed by all the other states in India.
Ultraviolette company was founded by Niraj Rajmohan and Narayan Subramaniam in 2015, both alumni of the BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru. Ultraviolette Automotive had received funding from India's leading two-wheeler producer TVS Motor Company around a year ago. TVS has invested ₹ 11 crores in Ultraviolette with a 25.76 per cent stake.
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