Bengaluru, November 24: Automotive company Ultraviolette on Thursday launched its first high-performance electric motorcycle, the F77, in the commercial market at an ex-showroom price of Rs 3.8 lakh.

Available to customers in three guises – Airstrike, Shadow and Laser – the F77 is built in India from the ground up, with deliveries starting in January to Bengaluru, followed by pan-India rollout and company-owned service. ecosystem by 2023, the company said in a statement. Matter launches India’s first gear-driven electric bike with next-generation technology. Check out the specs here.

“The F77 proves that ultimate performance and uncompromising power can be packed into a stunning form factor that India has been waiting for, and it will be available globally very soon,” said Narayan Subramaniam, co-founder and CEO of Ultraviolette.

The e-bike is powered by an integrated 10.3kWh Li-ion battery architecture on the top variant, the F77 Recon, which produces a staggering 95Nm of peak torque and 29kW (38.9hp) of peak power. With the industry’s most advanced battery pack, it offers a range of 307 km, the highest for any electric two-wheeler in India. Hero Electric enters into ‘preferred partnership’ with NIDEC Japan.

Inspired by aerospace and with industry-leading range and performance in a class-changing design, the F77 redefines the identity of electric vehicles worldwide, the company said. Ultraviolette has also announced a limited edition F77, and only 77 units will be produced.

The limited-edition cars with a unique number will be available in meteorite gray with yellow taillights. It has 30.2 kW (40.5 hp) of maximum power and 100 Nm of maximum torque, enabling acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.8 seconds with a top speed of 152 km/h.

“With its commercial launch, the F77 is undoubtedly the most technologically advanced electric motorcycle in India, backed by over 5 years of research and development,” said Neeraj Rajmohan, Co-Founder and CTO, Ultraviolette.

The company said more than 70,000 pre-registration applications for the F77 have been received from more than 190 countries.

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