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Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle launched in India at Rs 3.8 lakh

24 November 2022, 02:15 PM Pratik Bhanushali
Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle launched in India at Rs 3.8 lakh

- Available in three variants: standard, Recon, and Special

- Gets a maximum range of 307km (IDC)

- Bookings commenced in October

Ultraviolette Automotive has launched its first EV, the F77 in India. This electric motorcycle is offered in three trims – standard, Recon, and Special with the asking price of Rs 3,80,000, Rs 4,55,000, and Rs 5,50,000, respectively (all ex-showroom, Bengaluru). Here’s what the range has to offer for the said pricing. 

All three variants get the same youthful design with an LED headlight, large fairing on both sides, a split seat setup, and alloy wheels. Ultraviolette will offer the base and Recon model in three colours: Supersonic Silver, Stealth Grey, and Plasma Red. Plus, the Special variant additionally comes draped in Meteor Grey and Afterburner Yellow. 

Left Front Three Quarter

The F77 standard is powered by a 27kW (peak power) motor mated to a 7.1kWh battery. It gets a top speed of 140km and a maximum range of 206km (IDC). Meanwhile, the Recon and Special trim house 29kW and 30.2kW motors, respectively. Both models benefit from a 10.3kWh battery unit with a maximum range of 307km (IDC). However, the Recon gets a top speed of 147kmph and the Special model can clock 152kmph.

The motors for all three models are housed in a steel trellis frame suspended on 41mm USD front forks with preload adjustability (excluded for base trim) and a monoshock. As for the braking hardware, all three models get a 320mm front disc with a 230mm rear disc mounted on 17-inch alloys wrapped in 110/70 front and 150/60 rear Metzeler tyres. 

Left Side View

Ultraviolette has employed a bevy of features for the F77 range. It gets a five-inch TFT with smartphone connectivity, adaptive dash lightning, auto headlight on/off, navigation, vehicle locator, fall and crash sensor, emergency contact alert, side stand sensor, ride-by-wire, nine-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit), ride modes (Glide, Combat and Ballistic), and more. 

Now, the base model gets a three-year or 30,000km warranty while the Recon receives an additional five years and 50,000km warranty and Special Edition benefits from eight years or 1,00,000km. 

Deliveries for the F77 will commence in 2023 from Bengaluru. Further, the expansion will be conducted in a phased manner, to be followed by cities like Mumbai, Cochin, Chennai, Hyderabad, and more.

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