Revolt Intellicorp has unveiled its first motorcycle, the RV 400, in the national capital Delhi. Being touted as India's first-AI enabled motorcycle, it boasts of several first-in-class features and remote connectivity through Revolt mobile app. The pre-bookings for the RV 400 will commence from June 25, 2019, at a token amount of Rs 1000 at the company's official website and Amazon India, while it launches next month in the country. The availability of the motorcycle will be extended to seven major metro cities like NCR region, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ahmedabad and Chennai in the next four months.
The company has stated that it will create a connected eco-system in Delhi by opening Mobile Revolt Swap Station where riders can swap the batteries. The battery can also be charged in less than 4 hours at home or office by plugging into a 15 AMP socket as it is completely portable and can be removed pretty easily and carried everywhere to charge. The Revolt RV 400 has an ARAI Certified range of 156 kilometres. It is powered by the Revolt App, which is available on both Android and iOS platforms. The app gets a plethora of features such as Bike locator, door-step battery delivery, mobile swap stations, Anti-theft, sound selection and preview, etc. to name a few. The motorcycles are being developed locally at the company's production facility in Manesar, Haryana with an initial capacity of 1.20 Lakhs units.
Revolt RV 400 will be presently offered in two paint schemes: Rebel Red and Cosmic Black. The Revolt app works on the telematics data collected by the 4G enabled IOT device in the bike and provide analytics regarding the riding behaviour of an individual, resulting in some useful insights and biking tips. The motorcycle can even be started in a single swap on the Revolt app, alongside getting the 'Over the Air Updates'. The rider can also upload and save important bike-related documents on the app such as Driving License, RC and Insurance copy. It also features a payment gateway for battery swaps while the current location can also be shared with fellow riders, family and friends.