The electric motorcycle is available in three variants – standard, Recon and Limited.
Two investment firms – Qualcomm Ventures and Lingotto – have decided to back Ultraviolette Automotive Pvt. Ltd. – a Bengaluru-based start-up specialising in sustainable mobility and energy infrastructure – with investments. The new resources will be utilised towards increasing the brand’s presence in India and the subsequent expansion in international markets. Also, the funds will help bolster Ultraviolette’s technological capabilities. The firm’s first product – the F77 electric motorbike – is set to launch on November 24, 2022.
This is RE’s third offering in the 650cc segment after the Interceptor and Continental GT, which were showcased in EICMA 2018
Both brands will setup up battery-swapping stations in the capital city of Delhi
With an eye on the festive season, Hero MotoCorp has updated the its 163cc street naked with a nip and tuck
The special screening event will also have special bike builds in attendance
Touted by Ultraviolette as India’s first “high-performance electric motorcycle”, the F77 is getting closer to a commercial launch. Before that happens, however, the brand has organised the F77 Test Pilot Experience for the bike’s fans. Select participants have a chance to “experience the technology and power” of the EV at the Aruani Grid, Bengaluru. They will spend time understanding the motorcycle in more detail in batches.
It gets the same power as a Ducati MotoGP bike with carbon fiber aero bits
The 911-maker has operationalised two eBike-related JVs.
To offer a radically futuristic design and 120kph top speed