The RV400 is the newest entrant in the growing electric two-wheeler space in India. Introduced by a Gurgaon-based start-up, Revolt Intellicorp, the RV400, claims the manufacturer, is the first AI-enabled motorcycle in the country.
The RV400 has a street bike design with muscular contours, aggressive fuel tank extensions, petite tail section and a wide handlebar. It features all-LED lighting with a fully-digital instrument console and a push-button ignition instead of a conventional key fob. The motorcycle features a fairing that covers the battery, electric motor and other components that give it a clean look.
Powertrain details remain unknown because the company hasn’t revealed the specs of the bike. However, what’s known is that the RV400 on a full charge will be capable of offering a range of 156kms (as per ARAI) and will be capable of achieving a top speed of 85kmph. The powertrain will have three riding modes to choose from - Eco, City and Sport. Besides that, the user will also have the option to set an artificial exhaust note as per preference. The motorcycle will be suspended by telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear while braking is done by disc brakes at both ends.
As battery charging is the most concerning limitation faced by electric vehicles in the market, Revolt has worked out four charging options for the RV400 which include a portable charger, on-board charger, mobile swapping stations and a Delivery-on-Demand feature where a charged battery will be delivered to the user at their current location.
Revolt has commenced accepting bookings for the RV400 through its official website and official online partner, Amazon India.