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Bangalore-based EV startup Ultraviolette has today launched the eagerly anticipated Ultravoilette F77 electric motorcycle. The Ultraviolette F77 has been created and engineered locally and thus giving support to the Make in India movement. The company also plans to launch its e-bikes in the US and Europe markets in the years to come.

Without much ado let’s have a quick glance at the recent updates on the launch of Ultraviolette F77. 

  1. The new sporty Ultraviolette has a high handlebar and a low seat so as to give the rider an exclusive experience and add more convenience.
  2. To make the Ultraviolette bike futuristic, the company decided to draw inspiration from the aviation industry, and thus as result, you won’t notice any screws and nut bolts on the bike.
  3. The new Ultraviolette F77 is capable to attain a maximum speed of 150 Kms, with a range of 0-60kmph in 2.9 seconds and 0-100kmph in 7.8 seconds.
  4. The new Ultraviolette F77 is capable to travel 300 km on a single charge. You can charge the bike with two types of chargers namely a standard charger that can juice up your bike to 35km/hr and a boost charger that can juice your bike to 75km/hr charge. You can also carry your boost charger on your bike. “Charging the F77 bike is as easy as charging your mobile phone,” said Narayan Subramaniam.
  5. Everything from pin to plane can be tracked on your Ultraviolette F77 application.
  6. The Ultraviolette F77 bike comes in three modes Glide, Ballistic, and Combat.
  7. The Ultraviolette F77 draws energy from a motor that has 30kW power, and a 100Nm of torque. The motor type is BRB 10, with a capacity of 10.3kWh, a 307 IDC range and it comes with a warranty of up to 8 years. According to the founders, this is the largest battery pack designed in India.
  8. The new Ultraviolette F77 comes in three variants namely, F77 Shadow, F77 Laser, and F77 Airstrike.
  9. The Ultraviolette F77 bike has a horsepower of 29kW, a torque of 95Nm, a battery of 10.3kW, and a range of 307km.
  10. The F77 Recon is priced at 4.55 Lakhs(ex-showroom price) and the F77 Original is priced at 3.8 Lakhs(ex-showroom price). The F77 original has the second largest battery pack after F77 Recon. The company has also unveiled the ride-away prices for the two bike variants i.e., 9,500/month for the F77 original and 11,000/month for the F77 Recon.
  11. The delivery of the bikes will start in January 2023 for Bengaluru, and other cities accordingly will be planned by the company. You can book the Ultraviolette F77 starting at 6 pm tomorrow on the Ultraviolette website.
  12. Wait! we are not over yet. The new Ultraviolette F77 limited model is also available to the lucky 77 people numbered uniquely from 0-77. The limited edition has 30.2kW of power, 100Nm torque, 307km of range, and an energy capacity of 10.3kWh.

About Ultraviolette

The founders of Bengaluru-based Ultraviolette Automotive, Narayan Subramaniam and Niraj Rajmohan the experts in the automobile industry have been friends for 20 years, and recently in 2016, they joined hands to give birth to Ultraviolette quitting their jobs. Today the company has over 100 employees working for the revolution of Electric vehicles in India.

The company’s vision is to compete against American giants like Harley-Davidson who are being patronized by their customers. They wish to set a sound footing in the global market by competing for high-end electric motorcycles. The company also wishes to launch a fight against the 300 and 500cc petrol bikes around the globe.

The background of the founders is jaw-dropping, Niraj Rajmohan has worked in India(Bangalore) and for US firms. On the other hand, Narayan Subramaniam has developed his automobile talents while working for automobile giants like Toyota and Volkswagen in Japan and Germany.

Varnika Jain
Varnika is an aware and proud citizen of India. She is working towards nation-building and sustainability. Therefore, she has decided to enjoy the advanced business of Electric Vehicles. She is headed to get the news out of cutting-edge versatility, completely mindful that solitary EVs are inevitable in India.


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