First Revolt RV 400 electric motorcycle rolls out of Manesar facility

Revolt RV 400, the first electric motorcycle from Revolt Motors, the electric vehicle start-up founded by Rahul Sharma, former co-founder of Micromax Informatics, rolled out of its Manesar facility on Wednesday.

Gurugram headquartered Revolt Motors said it will announce prices of its electric motorcycles on 28 August.
The manufacturing facility in Manesar, which has a production capacity of 120,000 vehicles for Phase 1, took two years to develop the Revolt RV400, an entry-level commuter electric motorcycle. The vehicle will have several unique features, and will be the first electric motorcycle with artificial intelligence, synthesised sounds and a swappable battery location network.
Revolt Intellicorp has received over 2,500 pre-bookings for the RV 400 in the 15 days since it began taking bookings 25 June 2019. The company is taking pre-bookings on its website along with Amazon as well. Revolt Intellicorp's RV 400 electric motorcycle is available for pre-bookings for Rs1,000. The RV400 electric motorcycle will offer a choice of three riding modes - Eco, City and Sport. The Revolt RV400 boasts of a range of 156 km (ARAI-certified) on a single charge in Eco mode. In City mode, range is expected to be around 80-90 km and Sport mode range will depend on riding style and terrain. It has a top speed of 85 kmph.
The RV400 will have a dedicated mobile app, which will offer a complete range of features, including satellite navigation, bike locator, real-time bike information and diagnostics, geo-fencing for security, doorstep battery delivery, online payment gateway for battery swap, and anti-theft features.