After replacing the vehicle’s transmission with batteries, the next vehicles in the queue will soon be ready to go. They have officially announced that they will open the first Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle manufacturing and assembly plant in the vicinity of Electronic City in Bangalore.
The fastest and most advanced electric motorcycle in India is ready to start production by 2022. The preliminary concept was first unveiled in November 2019 and the company will begin production of the motorcycle and hit the market in March 2022.
The company announced that the Bangalore plant will be 70,000 square feet wide and will be able to meet the target. There will be 15,000 Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycles by the end of 2021, but the company’s ultimate goal is to produce about 1.2 million units per year.
“Our goal is to create a superior electric vehicle experience for both the national and international markets. We have reached an important milestone on our journey. We decided to choose Bangalore because of the ecosystem. His strong relationship with the supply chain in and around the area. “, Narayan Subramaniam, Founder and CEO of Ultraviolette Automotive.
He added that the company has received an overwhelming response for their upcoming vehicle. More than 90% of the vehicle’s part will be made in India, as the components will be sourced locally.
Ultraviolette has received over 40,000 percent in reserve for the F77 from customers in India and international markets. The company will begin pre-ordering the bike later this year.
The company says the F77 comes with upgradeable remote diagnostics, regenerative braking, multiple riding modes, bike tracks, and cruise diagnostics.
All of our manufacturing processes will be data-driven, ensuring an efficient workflow supported by seamless integration,” said Niraj Rajmohan, co-founder and CTO of Ultraviolette Automotive.
The Ultraviolette F77 will be available in three variants with three different battery packs. Three, one variant, will have a 25 kW electric motor delivering 90 Nm of torque, helping the car reach a top speed of around 150 km / h.
The company will begin pre-orders for this motorcycle later this year. It is yet to be public but the Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle might cost up to 3 Lakhs.