First AI-Enabled Electric Motorcycle to launch in INDIA

First AI-Enabled Electric Motorcycle to launch in INDIA 1

Revolt Intellicorp, a neoteric Indian startup, has recently announced its launch as an AI-enabled electric motorcycle in upcoming June. Like Ather, Revolt’s AI-based features would accredit its motorcycles to optimize battery performance based on riding style. Adding to the idea of the startup, this would also be capable of acquiring ‘over the air’(OTA) updates via an integrated 4G SIM. Furthermore, Revolt plans to assemble zealous charging grids like that of Ather, offering a real-world range of 150 km ride.

While the specifics are still too little to be told, the company yet revealed, that the motorcycle would offer more of a real-world range of over 150 km. Further, we also come to know that the highest speed has been marked at 85 kmph and also the bike would feature combined braking technology as well. More over, it also gets swappable lithium-ion batteries.

The growth and formulation of the electric motorcycle is formerly underway with the company that is investing close to 500 crore INR within the project presently. Revolt Intellicorp develops to take over a manufacturing facility in Manesar that speaks to spread over 1 lakh sq.ft. While, the first phase is accomplished, the facility will be up to the speed, of churning out 1.2 lakh bikes per annum.

Revolt talks big of a strong R&D team that yet, has been having a full plate in growing and developing components like the battery management system and ECU since the previous two years. The electric bike would be floated in Delhi, later in June and furthered more on sale in other parts of the country thereafter. Revolt also plans to set up physical and online experiential centers in distinct cities across India. The company plans to disclose its further implying details on the later step of the process.

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