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Founded in 2015, Orxa is a Bangalore-based Indian electric two-wheeler start-up that aims to manufacture electric sports bikes. And the Mantis E sports bike is a step towards that aim. Which was revealed to the world for the first time in Goa’s Indian Bike Week in 2019.

Orxa is part of the Airbus Bizlab programs which provides wide-ranging support for early-stage projects in the form of a six-month acceleration program, Which provides entrepreneurs with large numbers of caches, experts, and mentors in various domains. including technology, legal, finance, marketing, and communications, easing prototyping and market access.

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Orxa Mantis with its unique design is sure to grab anyone’s attention in no time. Mantis’s twin round headlight definitely justifies its name. And the DRLs given below the headlights further enhance its looks. The rest of the body is designed with sharp and edgy panels, which give the bike a very sporty and aggressive look. The bike rides on 5-spoke alloy wheels with disc brakes at both the front and rear. and Will be available in a total of three colors Red, Sky Blue, and Leaf Green.

Battery and Range

The company claims to manufacture its lithium-ion batteries in-house. Which is made up of a stack of 6 batteries, whose capacity is 9 kWh and the weight of this battery pack is 65 kg. which takes around 3.5 hours to charge from 0-100%. in addition, the company claims a real-world range of 200 km/charge with this battery pack. Which is certainly more than most of the electric two-wheelers sold in India.


According to the company, the electric hub motor that has been installed in Mantis can generate a peak power of up to 25 kW. With this, the company also claims that the bike can achieve 0-100 kmph speed in just 8 seconds with a top speed of 140 kmph. Which is probably an impressive number for a 175kg electric bike.


Right now the segment of electric sports bikes in India is at its initial stage and as new bikes come, this segment will also mature.  as of now, the Mantis has only one direct rival, the Ultraviolette F77.

Expected Price & Launch date

According to Orxa, Mantis will be launched first in Bangalore and then gradually across the country. Earlier its launch was set for mid-2022 but now this launch is expected in March 2023. Its expected starting price will start from 3 lakhs and the highest will go up to 4 lakhs.

Orxa Mantis Highlight

Expected price3 to 4 lakhs (Ex-Showroom)
Battery Capacity9 kWh
Motor Power25 kW
Acceleration0-100 kmph in 8 Seconds
Top Speed140 kmph
Expected launch DateMarch 2023


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