Ultraviolet F77 Electric Bike Price, Range, Mileage, Top Speed, Launch Date Full Details


Ultraviolette F77 can be reserved for a symbolic amount of Rs 10,000, starting next week.

Ultraviolette Automotive previously announced launch details for its upcoming F77 e-bike which is expected to go on sale in the country next month on the 24th. Ahead of the bike’s launch, the company has now released official production battery details. which will be seen on the F77. Additionally, the EV maker has also announced that it will begin reservations for the new bike from October 23. Interested customers will be able to reserve the bike for a token of Rs 10,000 on the company’s official website.
Ultraviolette Automotive has announced significant updates to the upcoming production spec F77 bike which is different from the initial prototype originally shown in 2019. The model for sale to the customer will now feature an all new non-removable battery which is larger and holds more of lithium ion cells. Thanks to the 21,700 larger lithium-ion cells (as opposed to the prototype’s 18,650 cells), usable capacity now reaches 10.5 kWh on the top variant of the Ultraviolet F77. At these specs, the F77 has the largest battery size you’ll find on any of the nation’s electric two-wheelers.

The company decided to switch to a fixed battery in an effort to improve the overall range of the bike. The new range is 307 km, according to the Indian Driving Cycle (IDC). At these specifications, the range has been increased by more than 150 km. Ultraviolet further stated that they will also continue to work on improving the range in the future.

In order to accommodate the new battery, a series of new structural updates have been introduced to the motorcycle. The bike now gets a completely redesigned chassis and the frame is supposed to be twice as stiff as the previous frame. The production model now also receives a tweaked and refined lowering drivetrain for smoother operations and durability, in addition, the bike now also receives a redesigned swingarm. Where previously the company used a milled unit, the new swingarm is produced with a more affordable casting method.

More details will be available soon.


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