Online registration of the Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle commences.
The F77 will be available in the price band of Rs 3 to 3.25 lakhs.
Available in three variants, the F77 is India’s first performance-oriented electric bike.
The online registration for the Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle begins with Ultraviolette Automotive unveiling the F77 in three variants, the F77 Laser, F77 Shadow, and the F77 Lightning. The pricing is in the range of Rs 3 to 3.25 lakhs.
The F77 draws its power from an air-cooled motor capable of producing a peak power of 25kW (33.5hp) and maximum torque of 90Nm. It enables the bike to race from 0 to 60kph is 2.9 seconds and 0 to 100kph in about 7.5 seconds. Available in three power modes, Eco, Sport, and Insane, the bike can attain a top speed of 147kph.
The battery has a maximum capacity of 4.2kWh and uses three slim Li-ion battery packs. The standard charger will take around five hours for a full charge, whereas the fast charger can do the job in 1.5 hours. Though the Ultraviolette F77 does not need all the three battery packs to run, it delivers optimum performance when working on all of them. The battery comes with a range of patented features including safety, thermal, and battery management.
Other features include a steel trellis frame with an aluminum head. The F77 features a USD fork and an adjustable monoshock. The front-wheel has 320mm disc brakes whereas the rear gets 230mm disc brakes with dual-channel ABS. The tyre configuration is the same as noticed in the sporty ICE bikes, 110/70 for the front and 150/60 for the rear.
The TFT display is a highlight of the F77. It connects to an app that allows for customization while providing excellent information.
The bike will sport a 9DOF (Degree of Freedom) IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) to share info with the app about the quantity of power and torque transmission at any point. It also reveals the extent of braking force and lean angle when negotiating a corner.
The F77 will come with a portable fast charger, panniers, visor, and crash guards. At 158kg, the bike is a light one. The seat height is comfortable at 800mm.
The online registration of the F77 begins today with the deliveries expected by the third quarter of next year. Initially, the sales will be at Bengaluru.