Kabira Mobility Launches Fastest Electric Bike KM3000 and KM4000 In India, Will Run 150 KM In Full Charge
Kabira Mobility has launched two new high-speed electric ‘Made in India’ bikes – KM3000 and KM4000 in India. Booking for these electric-bikes will begin on February 20. Kabira Mobility has said that its bike is the fastest electric bike in India.
Kabira Mobility Bike KM3000 and KM4000 Features
It includes a smart dashboard, 450 nits brightness, fireproof battery pack, smart riding mode, and mobile app connectivity. These e-bikes are sleekly aerodynamic profiles, park assist, and modern design with many other features. The company says that these bikes have been designed for performance. These bikes come with the convenience of combi-brakes, fast charging on board, and roadside assistance. With which they look more attractive than petrol motorbikes in terms of style and performance.
The company will initially make these bikes available in nine cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Goa, and Dharwad. Delivery of Kabira bikes will start from May this year.
Kabira Mobility KM3000 and KM4000 Price
Kabira Mobility KM 3000 Price in India Rs. 1,26,990
Kabira Mobility KM 4000 Price in India Rs. 1,36,990
Both prices are ex-showroom for the bike in Goa.
The KM3000 and KM4000 electric bikes get a Deltive BLDC hub motor and Deltive Smart FOC controller. The KM 3000 electric bike provides 6000W of power. It weighs 138 kg and is a full sportbike model. While KM 4000 is a naked electric street bike and the reason is 147 kg. The motor given in it generates 8000W peak power.
These electric bikes based on DeltaEV BLDC motor can cover a distance of 150 km after full charging once. While its top speed is 120 kilometers per hour. Alloy steel chassis is available in Kabira KM 3000. According to Kabira Mobility, the KM4000 is the fastest electric bike. There is very little competition in the Indian market for this bike as the only Revolt sells e-motorcycles. Most low-speed and high-speed scooters are available in the electric two-wheels segment.
Battery and Charging
The KM3000 and KM4000 electric bikes are given the option to charge on two modes. On Eco mode, it takes six hours and 30 minutes to fully charge the power pack provided in the bike. While on boost mode, the battery of the bike can be charged up to 80 percent in just 50 minutes. Both bikes use LFP (lithium-ion) battery packs. And it is charged with the help of a universal type 2 charger.
EV Twowheel Plant
Both Kabira’s electric bikes come with greater range and aim to woo Generation-Z. Jaybeer S Sivach, CEO of Kabira Mobility said, “We believe that today’s youth have a strong desire for a powerful bike without damaging the environment. We see a lot of potential for these bikes in India.”
Presently, it has two plants in the country of EV start-ups – Goa and Dharwad in Karnataka. The plant in Goa has a production capacity of 10000 and Dharwad 8000 bikes. The company says that it will set up India’s largest EV two-wheeler plant in Dharwad. Where 75,000 units will be produced every month. The plant will be operational from April this year.