Electric Motorcycles Above ₹1 Lakh In India

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Here’s a look at all available electric motorcycles priced above 100,000 in India. Despite numerous options, the segment is slow to gain traction, unlike electric scooters. Electric motorcycles have struggled to capture Indian consumers’ attention. What’s causing this lag? Is it the lack of legacy OEMs, or is pricing a deterrent?

PURE EV EcoDryft

List Price:104,999

Pros

• Claims to provide a range of 130 kilometres
• Achieves a top speed of 75km/h
• Comes in four colour choices

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Cons

• The design incorporates elements from various motorcycles
• The asking price is positioned on the higher end

Battery Capacity: 3kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 130km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 5 years or 60,000km | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 50,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Odysse Vader

List Price: 109,999

Pros

• Offers a claimed range of 125 kilometres
• Has a quick charging time of only four hours
• Available in a variety of colours

Cons

• The design appears to blend elements from multiple petrol-powered motorcycles
• The asking price is relatively high

Battery Capacity: 3.7kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 125km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 50,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


PURE EV eTryst 350

List Price: 134,999

Pros

• Boasts a claimed range of 140 kilometres
• Provides a claimed top speed of 85km/h
• Has a lightweight build, weighing only 120 kilograms

Cons

• The pricing is towards the higher end
• Requires six hours to fully charge
• Suffers from limited brand recognition

Battery Capacity: 3.5kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 140km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 5 years or 50,000km | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 60,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


One Electric Kridn

List Price: 135,000

Pros

• Exhibits a distinct Cafe-racer style
• Priced more affordably in comparison

Cons

• The product does not have an established history of performance
• Struggles with limited brand awareness
• Features combi braking system

Battery Capacity: 3.65kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 110km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 60,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Revolt RV 400

List Price: 142,950 to 147,950

Pros

• Features a futuristic design
• Includes storage space near the tank area
• Advantaged by swappable battery technology

Cons

• The advertised range is on the lower end
• The price is somewhat elevated
• The stated maximum speed is not very high

Battery Capacity: 3.24kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 150km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 8 years or 150,000km | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 70,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: Yes


Oben Rorr

List Price: 150,000

Pros

• Achieves 80% charge in just two hours
• Features rapid acceleration
• Includes a range of powerful features

Cons

• The product lacks a proven track record
• Suffers from weak brand recognition

Battery Capacity: 4.4kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 187km | Fast Charge Support: Yes | Battery Warranty: 3 years or 60,000km | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 70,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: Yes


Hop OXO

List Price: 161,718 to 163,718

Pros

• Boasts a top speed of 90km/h
• Offers a claimed range of 135 kilometres
• Comes equipped with a variety of features

Cons

• Requires five hours to achieve a full charge
• Has limited brand recognition
• Remains an untested product in the market

Battery Capacity: 3.75kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 140km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 80,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Kabira Mobility KM4000

List Price: 164,000

Pros

• Resembles a naked sports bike in appearance
• Offers a range of 120 kilometres
• Equipped with disc brakes at both the front and rear

Cons

• Does not support fast charging
• Suffers from weak brand recognition

Battery Capacity: 4.6kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 120km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 75,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Tork Kratos R

List Price: 167,891 to 186,715

Pros

• Features a very muscular design
• Reasonably priced for the package provided
• Boasts a respectable claimed top speed of 100km/h

Cons

• The product lacks a proven track record
• Suffers from weak brand recognition
• The advertised range is only 120 kilometres

Battery Capacity: 4kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 180km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years or 40,000km |  Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 80,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Odysse Evoqis

List Price: 171,250

Pros

• Features a sporty design
• Provides a claimed range of 140 kilometres
• Achieves a top speed of 80km/h

Cons

• The pricing is on the higher side
• Requires six hours to fully charge
• Has a kerb weight of 150 kilograms

Battery Capacity: 4.32kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 140km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 80,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Matter Aera

List Price: 173,999 to 183,999

Pros

• Promises a travel distance of up to 125 kilometres
• Boasts well-balanced dimensions
• Equipped with a four-speed transmission

Cons

• The price of the bike is notably expensive
• Requires five hours to fully charge using a standard charger

Battery Capacity: 5kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 125km | Fast Charge Support: Yes | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 80,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Kabira Mobility KM3000

List Price: 174,000

Pros

• Offers a range of 120 kilometres
• Has a lighter vehicle weight

Cons

• Does not support fast charging
• The design integrates features from multiple motorcycle styles

Battery Capacity: 4.1kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 120km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 85,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Komaki Ranger

List Price: 186,000

Pros

• Sports a unique cruiser design
• Comes with a variety of accessory options
• Includes functionalities like cruise control and gear mode

Cons

• The product lacks a proven track record
• Suffers from weak brand recognition

Battery Capacity: 4kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 200km to 250km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 80,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Orxa Mantis

List Price: 360,000

Pros

• Capable of reaching top speeds up to 135 kilometres per hour
• Offers a travel range of approximately 221 kilometres on a single charge or fill-up
• Equipped with a wide range of features and specifications

Cons

• The price of the bike is notably expensive
• The bike’s weight is on the heavier side

Battery Capacity: 8.9kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 221km | Fast Charge Support: Yes | Battery Warranty: 3 years or 30,000km | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 150,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No


Ultraviolette F77

List Price: 380,000 to 550,000

Pros

• Has a maximum speed capability of 152 kilometres per hour
• Provides an estimated travel distance of 307 kilometres on a single charge or fill
• Features a diverse array of incorporated functionalities and specifications

Cons

• The cost of the bike is significantly high
• The weight of the bike leans towards the heavier spectrum

Battery Capacity: 10.5kWh | Range Promised (ARAI): 307km | Fast Charge Support: No | Battery Warranty: 3 years or 30,000km | Estimated Battery Replacement Cost: 200,000 | Extended Battery Warranty Option: No

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