Today in India, EV startup Ultraviolette will unveil the eagerly anticipated F77 electric motorbike. The Ultraviolette F77, which was created and engineered locally, will be unveiled gradually, beginning in Bengaluru.
After that, it will also travel to the US and Europe.
For its most expensive model, the F77 offers a range of 307 kilometres on a single charge. Additionally, a top speed of 150kmph is stated for it. The Ultraviolette F77 is anticipated to cost well over Rs 2 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
Beginning on October 23, pre-orders for the electric motorbike were accepted. Last month, Ultraviolette said that 70,000 or more people from 190 different countries have expressed interest in pre-booking the F77.
The F77 was first unveiled in November of 2019. In the third quarter of 2020, it was anticipated that deliveries will start. However, the Covid-19 outbreak severely hampered the company's goals.
The F77 has a 2.5X larger battery capacity than the current electric two-wheelers in India, according to Ultraviolette. Ultraviolette has designed and created the whole battery architecture and battery management system for the electric motorbike in-house.
According to the manufacturer, the battery in the F77 has undergone testing for accelerated ageing and thermal stress. According to the manufacturer, the F77 has undergone 14 generations of BMS development and five generations of battery development.
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