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Revolt Motors Reopens Reservations for the RV400 Electric Bike in India

by Navyatha Sandiri
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Revolt Motors, which RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd. recently acquired in its entirety, has reopened reservations for its electric bikes. The company claims that since being acquired, it has extensively invested in the supply chain and increased the production capacity at its manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana.

The company that sells the RV400 and is backed by Rattan India has reopened reservations. Since 2019, India has been offering the Revolt RV400. Unfortunately, the company temporarily stopped accepting reservations due to a significant backlog of reservations that needed to be fulfilled and delivered to clients. Despite the fact that Revolt is currently taking orders for the same.

The business announced in a statement that reservations would once again be accepted starting on February 22 for a nominal fee of Rs 2,499. Delivery should start by March 31, 2023. A 72V, 3.24 kWh lithium-ion battery powers the electric bike and can be fully charged using a 15A outlet in 4.5 hours.

Along with the battery, the 3 kW motor generates 54 Nm of torque. The AI-enabled motorcycle has a top speed of 85 kph and a range of 156 kilometers, which has been approved by ARAI. By the end of the fiscal year 2020, Revolt hopes to have localized everything entirely.

Regarding features, the Revolt RV 400 has a full-LCD instrument cluster and 4G connectivity. The bike can also be connected to a smartphone through the Revolt app so that information like the range, battery life, and nearest exchange station can be tracked.

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Revolt Motors, an electric vehicle (EV) business owned by the Rattanindia Group, announced on Monday that reservations for its AI-enabled RV400 motorcycle are once again open. The Revolt RV 400, the first electric motorcycle in the nation, has a swappable battery pack and can operate at a level comparable to a 125cc gasoline-powered motorcycle.

Buyers can reserve the RV400 electric bike for $2,499 in advance. According to the business, deliveries should start by March 31 of this year. The entire reservation procedure is done online, despite the fact that there are 35 dealerships distributed throughout 22 states in the nation. RattanIndia emphasizes that new supply chain investments are enabling an increase in production capacity at the company’s manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana.

The e-bike also has a keyless starter for maximum security. Another distinctive aspect of the EV is its fake “engine note,” which plays a fake engine sound through the motorcycle’s built-in speakers.

An inverted front fork and a monoshock with screw-type preload adjustment make up the Revolt RV 400 electric motorcycle’s suspension system. Moreover, the electric bike comes standard with 240mm CBS discs on both ends.

Revolt Motors, which RattanIndia Enterprises just fully bought, has made significant supply chain investments and increased the production capacity at its top-notch manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana.


The RV400 is the first offering from Gurugram-based startup Revolt Intellicorp, and it competes with classic ICE-powered bikes like the TVS Apache RTR 160 and the Yamaha FZ-S. Like its ICE rivals, the RV400 appears to be both conventional and modern in terms of form and aesthetics. The 17-inch alloy wheels, upside-down forks, rear monoshock, disc brakes (240mm on both wheels), and LED taillights are the bike’s most distinctive visual features. The fuel tank is still there, but it now holds a lithium-ion battery pack rather than gasoline. Rebel Red and Cosmic Black are the two colors that are offered. The bike has a start-stop button, a USB phone charger, and a digital instrument cluster.

The RV400 also comes with a variety of contemporary technologies, including AI capabilities and an integrated 4G LTE SIM that delivers internet and cloud-connected features. Users of the Revolt mobile app may also access features like satellite navigation, real-time motorbike diagnostics, a battery switch, a bike locator, doorstep battery servicing, geo-fencing for security, an online payment gateway, and a faux exhaust noise mode, which can generate various bike sounds (not available on the RV400 base variant). It also receives other features and over-the-air software updates. Three riding modes—Eco, Normal, and Sport—are included with the e-bike.

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Revolt RV400 electric motorcycle: Range and battery

The Revolt RV400 is claimed to have an 80 kmph top speed when powered by a 3 kW electric motor. According to ARAI certification, it has a 3.24 kWh lithium-ion battery pack and a single charge range of 156 km. According to the manufacturer, a standard charger can charge a battery from empty to 100% in 4.5 hours.

Pricing and competitors for the Revolt RV400 e-bike

Without state government incentives, the price of the Revolt RV400 electric motorcycle is Rs 1.25 lakh, ex-showroom. Since the Oben Rorr hasn’t been put on sale yet, it doesn’t have many direct rivals. It will immediately compete with the Bajaj Chetak, Tork Kratos, TVS iQube, Ather 450X, Ola S1 Pro, and others.

Moreover, the Revolt RV400 has three riding modes: Eco, Normal, and Sport, with a range of about 150 kilometers per charge. Different performances are delivered by these riding modes. It has USD (upside-down) front forks and a fully adjustable mono-shock at the back.