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Domino’s plans to transform its current petrol bike fleet to electric bikes for a zero-emission delivery experience

Jubilant Foodworks (Domino’s) has partnered with Revolt Intellicorp with an aim to introduce a large number of electric bikes in its delivery fleet. Under this alliance, Domino’s will be procuring the entire existing inventory of Revolt’s RV300 bike model. Furthermore, these bikes will be specially customized to suit the business needs of the Jubliant Foodworks (Domino’s). Basically, Domino’s wants to transform its current petrol bike fleet to electric bikes to enable a zero-emission delivery experience. 

“Revolt is happy to join hands with Domino’s in this partnership which not only makes sense environmentally but also offers great cost savings for the company. The partnership also speaks volumes about the reliability and quality of our product which is already being extensively used on actual roads pan India,” as commented by Anjali Rattan, Business Chairman of RattanIndia Enterprises. 


Revolt RV300 & RV400: Features

The AI-enabled electric bikes - RV300 and RV400 will come equipped with a plethora of features. These include three riding modes - Eco, Normal, & Sport, USD front forks, a fully adjustable rear mono-shock, among many others. Talking about Revolt RV400, it can be operated through the ‘MyRevolt App’ which is further going to offer connectivity features like bike locator/geofencing, customized sounds that you can change with just a tap on the screen, and historical data on your rides.

 “This partnership with Domino’s is a testimony of the fact that Revolt offers great cost savings versus any petrol bike. The value proposition of Revolt ebikes is hard to miss and this partnership paves the way for the electrification of the entire delivery mobility sector in the country – which is a huge market in itself,” as commented by Rahul Sharma, Managing Director of Revolt.

Revolt RV300 & RV400: Engine Specifications

Performance-wise, Revolt RV400 is powered by a 3.24KWh Lithium-Ion battery that offers 72V power and comes paired with a 3 KW (Mid Drive) motor. The company claims that the bike can achieve a top range of 150 km on a single charge and a top speed of 85 kmph. The Revolt RV300, on the other hand, comes with a 2.7 kWh lithium-ion battery coupled up with a 1.5KW (Hub) Motor. Besides offering 60V, the battery delivers the longest range of 180 km. 


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