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The EV segment continues to make news in 2021 with new arrivals and unveils slated for the coming months. Now, Kabira Mobility is all set to launch 2 high-speed electric bikes in the Indian market. The two bikes - KM 3000 and KM 4000 are scheduled to be introduced on February 15, 2021. According to the EV manufacturer, the new electric bikes are engineered for the track and designed for the streets. Indian buyers can pre-book the new electric bikes on the manufacturer’s official website. Going by the teaser images, KM 3000 is a full-faired bike while KM 4000 is a naked street motorcycle. With these new bikes, Kabira Mobility will compete against SVM Prana, Ultravoilette F77 in the country. The vehicles were launched during the Delhi Auto Expo 2020; however, their introduction was delayed due to COVID-19.
The new KM 3000 and KM 4000 are built on a redesigned chassis, as it comes equipped with combi-brakes. The upcoming Electric bikes will sport modern design with a sleek aerodynamic profile, fireproof battery and park assist. The bikes will be powered by a 3000W DeltaEV BLDC hub electric motor which would have a top speed of 120 kmph. As far as the electric range is concerned, it can travel up to 150 kms on a single charge. The EV start-up is also offering Roadside Assistance (RSA). In the case of KM 3000, it will provide a twin disc set-up while charging the full battery could take between 04-06 hours. There is no information about ABS being offered here. The Specifications of the KM 4000 is the same as the KM 3000 with the only difference being in its electric range.
Last year, Kabira Mobility launched 6 Electric Scooters during the Auto Expo 2020. They were designed for college students, executives and last-mile delivery fleet. All six models are low-speed scooter with a maximum range of 90 to 100 kms. Plus, the scooters can clock a top speed of 24 kmph. Additionally, they also introduced an electric scooter that was specifically designed and developed for specially abled.