Revolt Motors extends presence in India, launches dealership in Mumbai
Electric two-wheeler manufacturer Revolt Motors has launched a new dealership in Mumbai, extending its presence in the country. The Indian EV brand has been already selling its products in Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi and Ahmedabad. The Revolt dealership in Mumbai located at Andheri (West) will be offering its flagship model the RV400, confirms the company. We believe the RV 300 too will be on offer at the dealership. The Revolt RV400 is available at Rs. 3,999 per month (for 38 months plus Rs. 3,999 as one-time booking amount on the website) and the RV300 at INR 2,999 per month (for 36 months plus INR 2,999 as one-time booking amount on the website).
Speaking at the launch, Rahul Sharma, Founder, Revolt Intellicorp Pvt. Ltd, said, "We would like thank our Customers for their trust on us and patiently waiting to experience the RV400. While the COVID19 outbreak and the subsequent lockdown affected the delivery timelines for some time, we are now sailing smoothly towards achieving our targets as much as we can, adhering to the norms set by the Govt on production. We are hoping to achieve some form of normalcy and are working towards taking the next set of orders from our new hub in Mumbai."
"We are excited and overwhelmed to be able to cater to our customers demand in the city and our confident that Revolt RV400 will prove to be a landmark product to cater to emerging customer needs which is complemented by enhanced performance and stylish design." He further added.
The Revolt RV400 features an aluminium swingarm, bolt-on subframe and uses a final belt drive
The Revolt RV400 comes with a removable 3.24 KWH Lithium-Ion battery generating 72V of power, with a claimed max speed of 85kmph offering a maximum riding range of 150km. The electric two-wheeler has a ground clearance of 215mm and comes with 240mm front and rear disc brakes, with CBS. One can charge the battery at home or office through a 15-ampere charger, or can Switch the battery at any of the Revolt Switch Stations in less than 60 seconds. A full battery charge takes 4.5 hours to charge.
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