Revolt RV400 electric bike’s price in India reduced after FAME II amendments
Ever since the Department of Heavy Industry Ministries announced increased subsidies to electric two-wheeler maker as part of the recent revisions to the FAME II scheme, the EV makers have been transferring those benefits to customers in the form of a price cut. Electric two-wheeler makers like Ather, TVS, and Okinawa have revealed reduced prices of their EVs. The latest company to join this list is Revolt Motors that has reduced RV400 electric motorcycle’s price in India. The electric bike which was previously being retailed ₹1.19 lakh now gets a price tag of ₹1.07 lakh. This is a price cut of ₹12,000. However, if you plan to purchase RV400 in Delhi, then the additional subsidy under Delhi EV policy will further reduce the cost of the electric bike to ₹ 90,799. This is a benefit of ₹28,200. Such a significant drop in price is likely to increase RV400’s sales in India. The Indian EV maker is yet to announce the revised prices of the RV300 motorcycle but we expect to know it tomorrow when the Revolt bikes will be once again available for bookings in Chennai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Delhi, Pune, and Mumbai.
Revolt RV400 was the first all-electric motorcycle to be launched in India is still one of the most value-for-money options in the segment. It comes with a 4 bhp electric motor that allows the bike to attain a top speed of 85 km/h and promises a riding range of 150 km/h. It can be fully charged in under four hours and has three riding modes — Eco, Normal, Sport. Besides its powertrain, what also helps RV400’s case is the inverted forks and adjustable mono-shock with an aluminium swingarm.
The RV400 is also quite feature-loaded and gets provisions like a fully digital LCD console a remote key, push start/stop button, and artificial exhaust note. Besides this, the buyers can use the Revolt app to access features like geofencing, finding the nearest battery switch station, bike location with map-guide, bike diagnostics, etc.