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Royal Enfield Electric Bullet
India’s most loved bullet bike “Royal Enfield” is a subsidiary of Eicher Motors and an Indo-European two-wheeler manufacturer whose vehicles are known for their class and status in society. The bike is the dream of many of our youngsters from all sections of society. It is coming to the market soon with the most asked-for kind of segment. A Royal Enfield Electric Bullet Bike many bike lovers were asking royal Enfield to bring an electric bullet bike for the royal Enfield lovers who want to ride an Eco bike but in a Royal Enfield way.
Royal Enfield Market Holding
Royal Enfield already has a very strong market share in the heavy bike segment, which is around 40% approx. whoever plans to purchase a good quality, cost-friendly bullet bike, their first choice always is Royal Enfield. Many of their customers requested that an electric bullet bike bearing the Royal Enfield brand be introduced. So they already have customers who are eagerly waiting for their electric bikes to arrive on the market.
The most awaited electric bullet bike in Bharat (India) will be in the market around the 2nd half of 2025 or in early 2026.
The vehicle will have a motor capacity equal to 350cc to 650cc of their petrol bike models with powerful torque and will generate the same amount of power as before, but this bike will be cost-effective too, as the company is taking into consideration of a government scheme to reduce the cost but not the quality so that lots of people can purchase it.
The Royal Enfield Ceo said their EV will also be a long-range comfortable bike and it will be very high in its competitive market, so we can expect that the Royal Enfield Bullet bike will go up to 300km to 500km on a single charge.
Charging And Battery
To provide a long-range ride, they need a powerful battery too, so it will be around 10kwh. And will take approximately 8-10 hours to charge.
The words of the CEO on their Royal Enfield Electric Bike
Eicher MD Siddhartha Lal said: “Launching an electric motorcycle that is the equivalent of a 350cc or a 650cc would be a very expensive proposition. A ground-up electric Royal Enfield will launch when battery tech improves and costs climb down. The product will be a Royal Enfield, and when we do launch it, it will be something good, so we need to take time to build that product that meets all expectations. The idea of building an electric motorcycle that’s not just aimed at convenience and cost-saving for the consumer but also to build one that’s fun to ride. And the electrics’ instant torque can guarantee such a model.”