Revolt Motors Launches RV400 BRZ

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Revolt Motors, the electric motorcycle company, has introduced its latest model, the RV400 BRZ. 

The RV400 BRZ boasts futuristic features, with a 72V, 3.24 KWH Lithium-Ion battery. This battery enables a range of up to 150 KM in Eco Mode, 100 KM in Normal Mode, and 80 KM in Sport Mode. Charging is expected to be efficient, with 0-75% charge achieved in 3 hours and a full 0-100% charge in 4.5 hours. The Regenerative Braking System enhances energy efficiency and improves the riding experience. The RV400 BRZ also incorporates features like the requirement of lifting the stand for ignition and a Combination Braking System (CBS) for secure stops, ensuring the safety of riders.

There are different colour variant options that include Lunar Green, Pacific Blue, Dark Silver, Rebel Red, and Cosmic Black. In an effort to make this electric bike accessible to a broader audience, Revolt Motors has introduced a special introductory offer, setting the ex-showroom price at INR 1,37,950.  Interested buyers can book their RV400 BRZ by visiting Revolt Motors’ official website or by checking out an authorized dealership nearby.

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Mrs. Anjali Rattan, the Business Chairperson of RattanIndia Enterprises Limited, expresses her excitement, emphasizing the RV400 BRZ as a seamless blend of elegance and ease, delivering a superb yet affordable motoring experience. She underscores that the bike is engineered for the modern rider, born out of a comprehensive study of the needs and preferences of motorcycle enthusiasts. The RV400 BRZ addresses a market gap by providing an affordable yet exhilarating biking experience, making sustainable mobility a reality for a broader spectrum of riders.

Revolt Intellicorp, founded in 2017, is at the forefront of India’s electric vehicle landscape, with a mission to democratize clean commutes through futuristic mobility solutions. The company introduced India’s first AI-enabled motorcycle. Revolt Motors, under Revolt Intellicorp, not only offers motorcycles but also provides a comprehensive range of genuine parts and accessories through authorized dealerships, ensuring a holistic electric riding experience.

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