Revolt RV400, RV300 e-motorcycle bookings briefly closed in India as demand soars- Know-how Information, Novi Reporter
Press Belief of IndiaCould 06, 2021 17:30:16 IST
RattanIndia-backed electrical bike maker Revolt Intellicorp on Thursday stated it has acquired robust response for Revolt EV bikes and has paused taking any recent bookings owing to excessive demand. Resulting from overbooking, Revolt has paused taking any recent bookings on its web site submit receiving an amazing response from the customers, the corporate stated in a launch. The corporate stated it is going to re-open the bookings after assembly the present set of orders in hand. Listed firm RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd had final week introduced an funding of Rs 150 crore for buying substantial stake within the Gurugram-based firm.
“We’re overwhelmed with the response now we have acquired from our clients throughout the six cities. We’re at present overbooked and are dedicated to catering to the confirmed orders first. Whereas we’re extraordinarily thrilled with the response, we’re working laborious to ramp up our manufacturing capability,” stated Rahul Sharma, Managing Director, Revolt, and co-founder of Micromax, stated.
Revolt is first catering to the confirmed orders acquired in massive numbers from the six cities, the place it has a presence, the corporate stated.
The Revolt RV 400 has an ARAI-certified vary of over 150 km on a single cost with a prime velocity of 100 kph and full battery cost time of 4 hours. Revolt has manufacturing traces within the Manesar auto hub in Haryana.
The three.24 kWh battery has a guaranty of 1,50,000 km, which is the best for any EV two-wheeler within the nation, in response to the discharge.
“We’re thrilled to see the overwhelming response for Revolt bikes. It simply reinforces our perception that there’s a nice demand for superior EV bikes within the nation and Revolt is nicely positioned to meet this fast shift in the direction of the EV mobility,” stated Rajiv Rattan, Chairman, RattanIndia & Revolt Intellicorp.