- The electric bike was recently spotted testing
- Claimed to deliver 150km of range on a full charge
- Will be launched in June this year
Revolt Intellicorp has revealed the design sketch of what it claims to be India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle. The sketch has been by created by Shivam Sharma who is the chief designer of Revolt Intellicorp.
As we had reported, the Revolt electric bike was recently spotted testing in Gurgaon. Although the design in the sketch looks way edgier and sporty compared to the spied mule, the latter seems to carry majority of elements from the illustration. This includes eight-spoke alloy wheels, upside down front forks, muscular tank extensions, single-piece seat and a long grab rail. As told by the company, this electric bike has been aerodynamically designed for delivering performance which is at par compared to the combustion engine motorcycles.
The pictures of the spied mule revealed that it will feature a fully-digital instrument cluster. We believe this unit will be Bluetooth-enabled and might also receive timely OTA (over the air) updates through a wireless connection. Going by the spy images, it will sport an LED headlamp accompanied by a pair of LED DRLs. Revolt hasn’t divulged many details about the battery and motor of this bike but it claims that the battery will deliver a range of 150km on a single charge.
Revolt Intellicorp is all set to launch its first electric motorcycle in June this year. Founded by Rahul Sharma, the company is headquartered in Gurgaon and has a manufacturing facility in Manesar.