Revolt Motors, a prominent player in India’s electric mobility sector, has unveiled the RV400 BRZ, an affordable addition to its electric motorcycle lineup. As India witnesses a notable shift towards electric alternatives in urban mobility, especially in the two-wheeler segment, Revolt Motors aims to enhance accessibility and affordability with the introduction of the RV400 BRZ.
Priced at just Rs 137,950 (approximately $1,662 USD), the RV400 BRZ stands out as the most economical model in Revolt Motors’ portfolio, making electric mobility a viable option for a broader audience. For comparison, the premium RV400 Limited Edition is priced at Rs 147,950 (about $1,783 USD).
The RV400 BRZ shares its technical foundation with its pricier counterparts, featuring a 3.24-kilowatt-hour battery pack and a 5-kilowatt motor. With power comparable to a 125cc scooter, the RV400 achieves a top speed of 85 kilometers per hour (54 miles per hour) and an impressive single-charge range of 150 kilometers (94 miles) in Eco mode. However, it’s important to note that the claimed range decreases in higher power modes, reaching 100 kilometers (62 miles) in Normal mode and 80 kilometers (50 miles) in Sport mode.
In terms of features, the RV400 BRZ streamlines some of the advanced technologies present in its premium siblings. While it lacks smartphone connectivity and keyless ignition, riders still benefit from essential features like regenerative braking, a combined braking system (CBS), and a side stand motor cutoff for enhanced safety. The motorcycle also features a fully digital instrument cluster displaying speed, battery life, and ride mode. Revolt claims a charging time of 4.5 hours from zero to full and three hours from zero to 75 percent.
Maintaining a sporty, naked bike styling, the Revolt RV400 BRZ offers riders a choice of five colors: Lunar Green, Pacific Blue, Dark Silver, Rebel Red, and Cosmic Black. As Revolt Motors continues to push the boundaries of electric mobility in India, the RV400 BRZ stands as a testament to its commitment to making sustainable transportation accessible to a wider audience.