Electric two-wheeler startup Ultraviolette has started the deliveries of its Made in India performance electric bike F77. The company has currently started the delivery of this e-bike in Bengaluru.
At present, Ultraviolette is working on plans to open its dealerships across the country. Along with this, the company plans to make its e-bike available in international markets as well.
Narayana Subramaniam, CEO and co-founder of Ultraviolette Automotive, says he wants to take the brand international, where electric performance bikes are in good demand.
Ultraviolet has raised over $55 million in investment since inception. The company has secured investment from leading companies including Europe’s Exor Capital, US-based Qualcomm Ventures, TVS Motor Company, Zoho Corp, GoFrugal Technologies and Speckle Invest in previous investment rounds.
The Ultraviolette F77 packs the largest battery ever found in a two-wheeler. The company is offering this e-bike in two variants – Standard and Recon. Both the models share a chain drive system and differ in power, range and performance.
The standard F77 uses a 7.1kWh battery pack that offers a certified range of 206 km. Although in real conditions its range is 176 km (on glide mode).
Talking about the top model ‘Recon’ of Ultraviolette F77, the company is using a 10.3kWh battery pack. This massive battery pack gives the bike a range of 307 km. However, in actual conditions its range is 261 km.
The price of Ultraviolette F77 starts at Rs 3.80 lakh (ex-showroom). For booking the Ultraviolette F77 you will have to pay an amount of Rs 10,000. This bike can be booked on the company’s official website (https://www.ultraviolette.com/).