Production-spec Revolt electric motorcycle imagined - IAB Rendering

19/04/2019 - 09:30 | ,  ,  ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Revolt Intellicorp is working on introducing its first product, an Artificial Intelligence-enabled electric motorcycle, which will be launched by June. IAB's digital artist Shoeb Kalania has created a rendering to show us his depiction of the future model.

Revolt Motorcycle 2019
The Revolt electric motorcycle has a top speed of 85 km/h. It is claimed to deliver a range of over 150 km.

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The rendering incorporates the details seen in officially revealed sketch and the spy shots that surfaced last week. The rendered Revolt electric motorcycle features vertically stacked, projector style headlight with LED DRL and LED turn indicators. The controls for the rear disc are mounted on the left side of the handlebar, and so, you see two brake oil reservoirs. At the rear, there will be a split-style LED tail light and LED blinkers.

The Revolt electric motorcycle has a top speed of 85 km/h. It is claimed to deliver a range of over 150 km. An in-house team has developed the Battery Management System and Electronic Control Unit for the motorcycle. Apart from introducing the bike, Revolt Intellicorp will also install a charging infrastructure across Delhi-NCR – a strategy that is used by Ather Energy in Bangalore. The charging network will be expanded as the availability expands to other cities.

Revolt Intellicorp Reveals The Design Sketch Of It
The Revolt Intellicorp motorcycle will be launched in Delhi-NCR in the first phase. The company will expand its operations to other cities soon.

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The electric bike will come equipped with a fully digital instrument panel with smart features including LTE connectivity. Disc brakes on both wheels will provide the stopping power, while the safety net will most likely include a dual-channel ABS. Suspension setup will include upside-down telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock suspension at the rear.

Revolt Intellicorp will sell its electric motorcycle in only Delhi-NCR initially.

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