The first spy photographs of the motorcycle reveal its naked roadster styling along with several hardware features. For fascia, for example, comprises projector style, vertically stacked headlight with LED DRLs on the sides. A pair of LED blinkers accompany the headlamp. The fascia is followed by the cockpit that includes a fully digital display. Do note that the upcoming electric motorcycle would feature LTE connectivity via a SIM card that would enable smart functions.
Steering duties are performed by single-piece handlebar that resembles the unit on the KTM Duke range of motorcycles. Expect upright ergonomics for better comfort. The rear-view mirrors get the standard design.
The battery pack and motor are placed behind the fibre panels, and the final product is likely to retain this layout. Revolt Intellicorp has said that it will use imported battery pack and the motor. The in-house team will develop the Battery Management System and Electronic Control Unit for the motorcycle. The electric bike is claimed to have a top speed of 85 km/h and a range of over 150 km. Revolt Intellicorp will install a charging infrastructure across Delhi-NCR, where it plans to sell this model first.
The saddle gets a single piece design instead of a split finish. It looks large enough to accommodate two adults comfortably. The pillion grab rail gets a brushed aluminium finish and a compact design. The rear of the motorcycle is not visible in the photographs, but it would be safe to assume that it gets LED tail lamp and blinkers.
The battery-powered motorcycle features upside-down telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock suspension at the rear to perform the shock absorption tasks. Anchoring tasks are performed by disc brakes on both ends. The safety net of ABS would be standard.
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