EV Maker Ultraviolette To Set Up Manufacturing and Assembling Factory in Bengaluru


Ultraviolette claims that this new facility will also provide job opportunities to local communities within the region

TVS Motors-backed electric vehicle manufacturer Ultraviolette has announced that it is setting up its manufacturing and assembling facility near Electronics City, Bangalore where it would be producing its high-performance electric motorcycle– the F77.

The production of F77 will begin in the first quarter of the next fiscal and the first batch of motorcycles will be rolled out in the market in March 2022.

Spread over 70,000 square feet, the facility will manufacture 15,000 electric motorcycles in the first year, and will rapidly scale up to an annual capacity of 1,20,000 units.

Ultraviolette claims that this new facility will also provide job opportunities to local communities within the region, with over 500 employees being trained on electric vehicle manufacturing and assembly over the next 5 years.

Speaking about the facility, Narayan Subramaniam, Founder and CEO, Ultraviolette, said, “This is an important milestone for us in our journey towards building a superior EV experience for India and International markets. We chose this location given its strategic proximity to our R&D facility in Bengaluru as well as a strong supply-chain ecosystem in and around the region. We have received an overwhelming response for the F77 and this facility will help us cater to that demand over the next few years. Most importantly, the F77 has been designed and built indigenously and over 90 per cent of the vehicle including the battery packs, will be manufactured using locally sourced components.”

Niraj Rajmohan, Founder and CTO, Ultraviolette, stated, “Our new production unit is a state-of-the-art facility that will be equipped with smart technologies and industry 4.0 solutions. All processes within the unit will be driven by data in order to ensure seamless integration across the entire manufacturing lifecycle thereby increasing efficiencies and production output.”

“Additionally, we will deploy sustainable manufacturing practices such as using renewable sources of energy, recycling of e-waste and ensuring zero affluents that will help in significantly reducing the impact on the environment,” Rajmohan added.


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