Revolt RV400 is the electric motorcycle that every rider craved for an extraordinary yet environment-friendly riding experience. The motorcycle is yet to get a price tag to its name but when compared to other rivals with similar street dynamics, the practical nature of the RV400 and frugal riding terms will definitely prove to be a positive point.
The pre-bookings for the motorcycle starts today as the brand has announced 25 June 2019 as an important date for their electric mobility plans. You can pre-book the motorcycle on the official website of Revolt Motors by paying INR 1,000. Along with everything that the Micromax-backed brand showcased on the event day, the helmet with voice commands is the most amazing thing you have heard for a smart motorcycle.
The rider wearing the helmet can connect the device to the motorcycle and ask the same to kick-on the ignition through the matched voice only. The feature will use Bluetooth to connect while the microphone in the helmet can help the rider control everything by voice.
The expected price for the voice command-enabled helmet falls under INR 5000 while the launch is expected to take place alongside the motorcycle’s official price unveil on July 22, 2019. Revolt RV400 is powered by an electric motor, offering segment-first features like button start for an expected price tag of INR 1 lakh.
The price mentioned here is definitely including the FAME II scheme subsidy as the plan for introducing smart electric motorcycles with all the mandatory features will help the brands reap benefits from the lower introductory price tag. Revolt RV400 comes with USD front forks, well-tuned rear shock and enough power in the battery to claim 156 km of range and 85 kph of top speed.
It can be booked in Black as well as Red shade, with the latter offering dual tone finish through the introduction of black to the lower section. It comes with LED headlight, smart instrument console and dual disc brakes for the perfect everyday motorcycle feel. The deliveries of the Revolt RV400 are expected to start by the end of July 2019.