Ultraviolette F77 India’s First Electric Superbike, Has an Expected Range of 307 KM

The limited edition Ultraviolette F77 sold out in less than two hours after the online booking window opened. Under the limited edition, only 77 bikes were sold. The Ultraviolette F77 is a limited edition electric bike with a top speed of 152 km/h.

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A Bengaluru-based electric vehicle start-up called Ultraviolette Automotive has unveiled its first electric motorcycle. The brand-new Ultraviolette F77 has been introduced in India with an ex-showroom starting price of Rs 3.80 lakh. 

It is available in three variants, one of which is a limited-edition variant. As the company said, 77 units of the limited version of ultraviolette F77 sold out in just two hours.

Ultraviolette F77
Ultraviolette F77 India’s First Electric Superbike, Has an Expected Range of 307 KM

The Ultraviolette F77 e-limited motorcycle’s edition model is available for the ex-showroom price of Rs. 5.50 lakh. It offers more power and a bigger battery pack than other models for the extra cost.

 The Recon and Limited Edition versions of the Ultraviolette F77 have electric motors that produce 29 kW (38.9 bhp) and 30.2 kW (40.5 bhp), however, in comparison to the standard Ultraviolette F77 it has 27 kW (36.2 bhp) electric motor.

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Ultraviolette F77
Ultraviolette F77 India’s First Electric Superbike, Has an Expected Range of 307 KM

They are said to have battery packs that are 7.1 kWh, 10.3 kWh, and 10.3 kWh, respectively, and to have ranges of 206 km, 307 km, and 307 km on a single charge. The new Ultraviolette F77 is available in three different colour options, however the limited edition model only comes in one dual-tone colour combination Meteor Grey with Afterburner Yellow.

The Ultraviolette F77’s standard version costs Rs 3.80 lakh, the Recon is priced at Rs 4.55 lakh. The selling price for the limited edition variant is Rs. 5.50 lakh (ex-showroom). In India, there is no other electric motorcycle that can directly compete with this high-performance model.

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Hello, Harsh G here, the Head of EVsInsider. I completed an ITI (Industrial Training Institute) course in 2021. I am a blogger and also working here as an admin. I am very much fascinated by electric vehicles. I hope that by writing this article, I can share my knowledge of EVs with the rest of the world, particularly in India. Because EVs are the future, we should support green motors in order to save the environment.
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