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This powerful cruiser motorcycle will run 150KM in 1 charge, a hit as soon as it is launched in India!

New Delhi : Ignitron Motocorp Pvt. Ltd. has launched Cyburg Yoda, a powerful cruiser-style motorcycle in India, priced at Rs 1.85 lakh. There will be a subsidy of different states on this price, after which the prices of this electric motorcycle will come down. The company has also started taking bookings for this cruiser bike. Let us tell you that at present, Krazer motorcycles are available in India at this price, so if customers choose an electric bike, then it will prove to be a very strong option for them. The bike is equipped with a 3.24 kWh-R lithium-ion battery pack, which gives it a top speed of up to 90 km/h.

Battery tested very vigorously

Cyberg is the company’s first electric two-wheeler named Yoda. The company says that this bike and battery have been thoroughly tested. This cruiser-style e-motorcycle is seen in great style and design and the battery in it has been designed in the shape of an engine. From the handle of the bike to the fuel tank and foot pegs to the seat and the rear, all add up to its look. Talking about the features, LED headlight and taillight, anti-theft alarm and keyless ignition have been provided with Cyborg Yoda.

The company has not given any information on the battery at the moment, but has claimed that it can be run up to 150 km on a single charge. Ignitron is in touch with local vendors for roadside assistance and the company has also planned to provide battery swapping stations named Cyberg at every kilometer. Apart from this, the company will also provide a compact home charger with the bike, with the help of which the battery can be charged up to 50 percent in 30 minutes. With this, high-performance battery is going to be available, which apart from longer range, is also capable of giving better performance to the customers.

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