Evtric Motors, an Indian EV startup based in Pune, has introduced its first electric motorcycle in the country. The Evtric Rise will be made in India and is advertised as a premium electric motorcycle. This motorcycle joins the company’s Axis, Ride, and Mighty electric scooters in its lineup. Let’s have a look at what Evtric Rise has to offer.
Evtric Rise: Design, Features
Most electric two-wheelers imported from China look like cheap Kawasaki Ninja 300 knockoffs and are rebranded by Indian companies. The Evtric Rise, however, looks like a Benelli TNT 25 knockoff. Its headlights, tank, and tank cowls are identical to that of the Benelli TNT 25 or the Benelli TNT 300’s design. There’s even a fake trellis frame on the sides, while in reality, it gets a single cradle frame that can be clearly seen in the image. The motorcycle gets alloy wheels and a disc brake setup at the front and rear. The front suspension gets conventional telescopic units.
The Evtric Rise is powered by a 2kW BLDC motor, which can power the motorcycle to reach a maximum top speed of 70kmph. It packs in a 70V/40Ah lithium-ion battery, which promises to deliver up to 110km of driving range on a single charge. The EV comes with a 10A charger that can supposedly charge it fully in about four hours. The charger gets an auto-cut feature for enhanced charging safety.
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Mr Manoj Patil, Founder & MD, Evtric Motors, commented at the launch, “We are excited to bring our latest creation RISE, our first ‘make in India’ electric bike. The bike shall define the true quality experience for the customers who are still otherwise hesitant to switch from ICE to EV.”
Evtric Rise: Price, Availability
The Evtric Rise electric motorcycle is being offered at a price of ₹1,59,000 (ex-showroom) before subsidies. The motorcycle will be available at 125 touchpoints across 22 cities in India. You can book one for a token amount of ₹5,000. It comes in red and black colour options.
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