Royal Enfield’s first electric bike can be built on the L platform. The upcoming battery-powered bike can be seen with three body styles. It is expected to get 96V system.
Royal Enfield Electric Motorcycle: The trend of electric two-wheelers is increasing rapidly in India. Leaving the hassle of petrol, people can use battery operated two wheeler Very fond of. legendary cruiser bike manufacturer Royal Enfield is also working on making the first electric bike. According to the reports, the new motorcycle can be launched in the second half of 2024. It has been learned that the company will develop the e-Bike on a brand-new platform.
Most of the electrification work in the world is being done on two-wheelers like scooters and mopeds. There are very few motorcycles in the market that are electric. Royal Enfield’s powerful engines and their performance are popular all over the world. In such a situation, it will be a big challenge for the company’s officials to show themselves apart from the electric avatar.
96V system will be available in the bike
Royal Enfield’s upcoming electric bike can use 96V system for great performance. According to auto website Autocar India, a company spokesperson said, “We are rapidly and aggressively looking into the EV space with the intention of creating standout electric motorcycles especially with the strong Royal Enfield DNA in the mid-weight segment. “
Will meet three body styles
The codename of the new platform for the electric bike is being told as ‘L’. Work has already started on this and the company wants to produce different range of bikes according to the needs of the whole world. There will be three body styles – L1A, L1B and L1C under the L platform. The company says that it is currently working on more than 20 projects.
buy stake in spanish company
Royal Enfield has also bought a 10 per cent stake in Spanish electric two-wheeler company Stark Future SL. Together with Stark, the Indian bike company will work in the electric two-wheeler segment. Stark’s technology will be used in the future platform of Royal Enfield. The Spanish company is known for high-performance electric boxes.