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Revolts Motors to reopen bookings for RV400 and RV300 for the second time from July 15.

RattanIndia’s Revolt Motors is all set to reopen the bookings for its AI enabled electric bikes-RV400 and RV300 from July 15 onwards. The company had opened the bookings last month but had to close as both models were sold out within two hours. Interested buyers can register for bookings through the “Notify Me” tab on www.revoltmotors.com.

"Revolt is dispatching this batch of bikes within a few days of bookings. The company is completely focused on delivering these motorcycles in the shortest possible time to its customers," as commented by Anjali Rattan, business chairman, RattanIndia Enterprises.




Talking about Revolt RV400, the bike can be easily operated through MyRevolt App, which further offers a plethora of connectivity features such as bike locator/Geo fencing, bike locator/Geo fencing, historical data on your rides, customised sounds that you can change with just a tap on the screen, and many more. You even get the option to locate the nearest Revolt Switch Station to swap your Revolt’s battery at, and be on-the-move in less than 60 seconds. Both models come equipped with three riding modes - Eco, Normal and Sport. Suspension duties are handled by USD forks up-front and a fully-adjustable monoshock at the rear in both electric bikes. 


Performance-wise, the Revolt 400 is powered by a 3.24KWh Lithium-Ion battery paired with a 3 KW (Mid Drive) motor. The 3.24 KWh Li-ion battery offers 72V power and a top range of 150 km on a single charge. The electric bike can further achieve a top speed of 85 kmph. The battery pack comes with a warranty of 8 years or 1,50,000 km and free maintenance for three years or 30,000 km, along with product warranty for five years or 75,000 km. The Revolt RV300, on the other hand, comes with a 2.7 kWh lithium-ion battery paired to a 1.5KW (Hub) Motor. The battery offers 60V power and delivers the longest range of 180km.

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At present, Revolt Motors operate in a total of six cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. After a sudden increase in the price of petrol, Revolt has been witnessing a robust demand for its electric bikes. 

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