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Ultraviolette F77 electric bike’s delivery details revealed

Ultraviolette F77 electric bike's delivery details revealed

Ultraviolette F77 electric bike’s delivery details revealed&nbsp

Ultraviolette Automotive has some super important news to share, folks. The company recently announced it has raised a new round of capital in its Series C funding, led by TVS Motor Company. It must be noted Zoho Corporation was also a participant in this round. Anyway, what does this have to do with the F77 electric bike? Plenty, actually; the Bengaluru-based EV manufacturer explained it will use this new funding for the production as well as commercial launch of its high-performance electric motorcycle, F77. The company added the first batch of Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycles will be rolled out in the first half of 2022.

Ultraviolette, which is in the process of setting-up its manufacturing and assembling facility in Electronics City, Bengaluru, had already launched the aforementioned electric bike a couple of years ago. For those who forgot, Ultraviolette F77 was in November 2019 with a starting on-road price of ₹3 lakh. The company has not yet made any comments about any changes in the F77’s price or some such, especially considering the central government as well as state governments have introduced incentives on purchase of electric vehicles.

F77 is an urban sports/commute bike which will be available in three variants, namely, Lightning, Shadow, and Laser. It comes equipped with a 5.0-inch colour TFT touchscreen, LTE connectivity, and GPS positioning to enable several connectivity features, including locate the bike, preventive maintenance, remote vehicle lock-down, etc. Ultraviolette F77 also gets three riding modes, Eco, Sports and Insane, to adapt the bike’s performance characteristics in according to road and riding conditions.

Ultraviolette F77 pics

The new Ultraviolette electric bike comes equipped Modular Battery technology and a 90 Nm all-electric powertrain. Other notable features include steel-aluminum frame, inverted front forks, and adjustable rear suspension, and adaptable power regeneration mode. The automaker claims the F77 EV can go from zero to 100 km/h in 7.5 seconds and is capable of achieving a top speed of 140 km/h. Ultraviolette F77 is claimed to deliver a city riding range of 130 km to 150 km on a single charge. 

The e bike gets a CCS Type-2 charging port which supports both AC and DC charging. With a fast charger, it takes 50 minutes to charge the bike’s battery from 0 per cent to 80 per cent and 90 minutes to fully charge the bike’s battery. With the standard charger, however, the battery is charged to 80 per cent in 3 hours and to 100 per cent charge in 5 hours.

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