Kabira KM 3000 and KM 4000 launched at Rs 1.27 lakhs and Rs 1.37 lakhs, respectively

Kabira Mobility has launched its electric range of motorcycles in the form of KM 3000 and KM 4000 in the country. The former is priced at Rs 1.27 lakhs while the latter retails at Rs 1.37 lakhs (all prices, ex-showroom). As per Kabira Mobility, the KM 4000 is considered to be the fastest electric bike. 

Kabira KM motorcycle range features a DeltaEV BLDC Hub Motor and DeltaEV Smart FOC Controller. Other feature highlights include a fireproof battery pack, a smart dashboard, 450 Nits Brightness, mobile app connectivity, and smart riding modes. Kabira KM 3000 is offered with an alloy steel chassis. 

Performance-wise, both motorcycles use a universal Type 2 Charger, and LFP (Lithium Ion) battery pack. Talking about Kabira KM 3000, it is powered by a 3500W motor with peak power at 6000W. The top speed is pegged at 100 kmph. The bike gets single-disc brakes on both ends, coupled with CBS. Kabira KM 4000, on the other hand, works on a 6000W motor with peak power at 8000W. In this case, the top speed is pegged at 120 kmph. In terms of brakes, the bike gets dual disc brakes upfront and a single disc brake towards the rear along with a CBS braking system. Both bikes come with three driving modes - Eco, City, and Sports. 

In terms of dimensions, KM 3000 measures 2100mm in length, 760mm in width, and 1200mm in height. The wheelbase stands at 1430mm. On the other hand, the KM 4000 is 2050mm long, 740mm wide, and 1280mm tall. The wheelbase here stands at 1500mm.

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