Revolt RV400 Electric Bike Booking Will Open Again On 15th July at 11 AM
Revolt RV400 Electric Bike Booking On 15th July at 11 AM
Revolt Motors is finally re-opening the popular Revolt RV400 electric bike booking in India at a discounted price on Thursday 15th July at 11 am. In the last sale, the bike maker led by Rahul Sharma had received a bumper response. Due to which the booking had to be closed after two hours. The company is once again starting the booking of this bike and is expecting great sales along with it.
The company has officially announced that the bookings for the RV400 will start from 11 PM on July 15. It will be available for booking in six cities- Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad. The RV400 is the flagship model of Revolt Motors. The company claims that it has sold the model worth Rs 50 crore in the first round. The company has started deliveries of the RV400 electric bike to those lucky customers who were able to book it earlier.
Revolt RV400 Price in India
Revolt Motors has recently reduced the price of bikes by up to Rs 28,000 thanks to the subsidy provided by the Government of India under the FAME India (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Strong Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in India) scheme. After the latest price cut, the Revolt RV400 is now on sale for an ex-showroom price of Rs 90,799. Earlier its ex-showroom price in Delhi was Rs 1,18,999. Meanwhile, under the new electric vehicle policy of the Gujarat government, this bike is now being sold in Ahmedabad for Rs 87,000.
How to book Revolt RV400?
You can book your Revolt RV400 electric bike through the company’s official website. You can also pre-register for this by visiting the website. So that you can book this electric bike in the afternoon before booking opens for all. Presently, Revolt Motors is manufacturing its bikes at its Manesar plant in Haryana. Customers can also track the delivery of their bikes through the VOLT (Vehicle Online Tracking) facility.
Revolt RV400 Booking Time
Online booking will re-open on July 15 from 11 PM onwards. Customers who have already registered on the company’s website will be able to make their booking from 11 am onwards. The RV400 is currently being sold in only 6 cities namely Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad. Booking of Revolt RV400 is done through the completely contactless online system. The company has announced that it is planning to expand its network to 35 cities in India. Along with this, the company has also announced to increase the production capacity at its plant to ensure quick delivery of bikes to the customers. The special thing is that once this electric bike is fully charged, it gives a driving range of more than 150 km. Know here the features of this electric motorcycle and why it is liked so much.
Revolt RV400 Electric Bike Power and Top Speed
Domestic electric two-wheeler manufacturer Revolt Motors launched its electric bike Revolt RV400 in the Indian market in the year 2019. The company has given a 5kW electric motor to this bike. The special thing is that the bike gets a swappable battery pack of 3.24kWh. It gets three riding modes – Eco, Normal, and Sports. The top speed of the bike is 85kmph.
156km Driving Range
A very powerful battery is available in the Revolt RV400 electric bike. This battery can cover a distance of up to 156 kilometers on a single full charge. The battery of this bike can be fully charged in 4 to 5 hours. Let us know that with the Revolt RV400 bike, the company gives a warranty of 8 years or 1.5 lakh km. Which is the highest for any two-wheeler in the country.
Revolt RV400 Electric Bike Features
Features like the fully digital instrument panel, geo-location, details of the nearest charging station have been given in this bike. Along with this, the feature of speaker and exhaust sound is available in this bike. That is, you can turn on the exhaust sound feature while driving this noiseless electric bike. Due to this, it will sound like a petrol bike. Drivers can also turn it off as per their choice.
Rs 9 Per 100km
These incentives by the central government and various state governments show the seriousness of the government to encourage the manufacturing and adoption of electric vehicles in the country. With the fall in battery prices, the prices of EV bikes are already at par with their petrol counterparts. These electric bikes have very low running costs as compared to petrol bikes. The cost of running an EV is around Rs 9 per 100kms. While the cost of driving a petrol bike comes to Rs 250 per 100 km.