Revolt Intellicorp will launch its first product, an Artificial Intelligence enabled motorcycle, in India on 18 June. The launch invites have been sent while the homepage of their website has been updated with a countdown timer.
Revolt Intellicorp is yet to reveal the name of its first model, which has been seen on multiple occasions in spy images. IAB has created a rendering of this model using all the details available so far.
Rahul Sharma, Founder of Revolt Intellicorp, said in a recent interview that his new venture would disrupt India’s two-wheeler market with its strong team, technical expertise and sound research. Sharma also revealed some juicy details about the upcoming motorcycle in the same interview. While the company had claimed a top speed of 85 km/h when it had announced the successful completion of homologation process with Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Sharma stated in the interview that the motorcycle could attain a max speed of 100 km/h.
The upcoming motorcycle will feature multiple riding modes – economy, city and sports. The riding modes will alter the throttle response and affect the range of the bike. The ARAI certified range, for reference, is rated at 156 km/full charge. The feature list on the upcoming Revolt electric motorcycle will include full LED lighting (blinkers, tail lamp and headlight), a digital instrument cluster with LTE (4G) connectivity, disc brake on both wheels, upside-down forks and a monoshock. We hope to see a dual-channel ABS system on the upcoming bike.
The motorcycle will arrive in Delhi-NCR in the first phase. Revolt Intellicorp will also install charging infrastructure at convenient locations across the city to address the range anxiety of potential buyers. The charging sites will most definitely feature fast chargers.
The upcoming Revolt Intellicorp motorcycle will have 50% localised parts at the launch. The company plans to take the localised parts percentage to 90% in the next 18 months. The electric motorcycle will be manufactured at the company’s 1 lakh square feet facility in Manesar, Haryana. The facility has a production capacity of 1.2 lakh units per annum.
Revolt Intellicorp's electric motorcycle will compete with products from brands like Ultraviolette and Tork Motors among others.