Revolt Intellicorp to Launch 3 Electric Motorcycles in India

Amidst the constant turmoil of the electric vehicle manufacturers in India considering the Fame II scheme, Revolt Intellicorp has announced their plan of launching 3 all-electric motorcycles in India. The Revolt Intellicorp has been promoted by Rahul Sharma, the co-founder of Micromax Info.

According to the company’s latest statement, they are all set to launch their first AI-powered electric motorcycle by the end of June 2019, though, there hasn’t been any confirmation on the launch date as well as the design and specifications of the electric motorcycle. Revolt Intellicorp will be bringing the electric motorcycles in all three personal, institutional and commercial segments.

According to the founder, the company’s R&D team has been working on the electric motorcycle project from the past two years. With a manufacturing capacity of 1.2 lakh units in Phase 1, Revolt Intellicorp is planning to fulfil their promise of launching three electric vehicles very soon.

Revolt Motorcycle Spotted
Revolt Motorcycle Spotted in India for the First Time

Coming to the electric motorcycle, it will be enabled by artificial intelligence and will get a 4G SIM card support. The electric motorcycle is expected to get a top speed of 85 kmph, which might be increased to 100 kmph at a later stage.

The bike will feature the Electronic Control Unit (ECU), Battery Swapping System (BSS), and the Battery Management System (BMS) from the in-house production though, the motor and batteries would be imported from elsewhere. The brand is also planning to meet the localisation of their electric vehicles under the Fame II scheme, therefore, making the customers eligible for financial incentives.

According to the latest details available, the first electric motorcycle by Revolt Intellicorp will be priced around INR 1.20 Lakh though, the compensation of INR 25,000 under the Fame II scheme will bring the price tag under 1 Lakh mark. The brand is also planning on 100% localisation of their electric motorcycles by the year 2020.

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Revolt Intellicorp to Launch 3 Electric Motorcycles in India
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