Revolt Intellicorp is preparing to introduce its first product, an Artificial Intelligence-enabled electric motorcycle, by June. Meanwhile, a report from Autocar Professional claims that the company has lined-up a total of three products for launch initially.
The company will work on meeting the guidelines of the FAME II scheme to benefit from financial incentives. The source report adds that Revolt Intellicorp targets 75% localisation at launch in June 2019. The company aims to achieve 100% localisation by end-FY2020. The first product will be priced at approximately INR 1,20,000. With the FAME II subsidy of INR 25,000, it will retail at around INR 95,000.
The details about the upcoming products are scarce, but the report says that they would be launched in three segments – personal, institutional and commercial. A naked roadster-style motorcycle has already been spotted and the company has also released a sketch of the product.
All three products are likely to carry the Artificial Intelligence tech that Revolt Intellicorp has developed. The company has not revealed many details about the Artificial Intelligence aspect of its products. The fully digital display, as seen in the spy images, isn’t as large as the unit that we have seen on Ather Energy’s scooters. The Ather 340 and 450, for reference, come with a 7-inch touchscreen display.
An in-house developed Battery Management System and Electronic Control Unit will be seen on all three products. Autocar Professional reports that all three products would feature different motors with a nominal power of up to 4.5 kW with a 45 amp controller.
The upcoming products from Revolt Intellicorp should have premium hardware specifications such as full-LED lighting, disc brakes on both wheels and dual-channel ABS among others. Revolt Intellicorp will install a charging infrastructure across Delhi-NCR, where it plans to sell the upcoming products in the first phase. The charging infrastructure will most likely include fast chargers.
Revolt Intellicorp will face competition from brands such as Hero Electric, Ultraviolette, Evoke and Tork among others. The company will expand operations in other cities in the country soon.
Revolt Intellicorp has a decent manufacturing capacity of 1.2 lakh units to introduce the first three products. It will manufacture these products at the Manesar facility that is spread across 1-lakh square feet.
[Source 1: AutocarPro.in]
[Source 2: Thrustzone.com]