Kabira Mobility KM5000 Unveiled, Priced At Rs 3.15 Lakh
A Goa-based electric vehicle start-up called Kabira Mobility has unveiled the KM5000 electric bike for the Indian market. It is marketed as the nation’s fastest and longest-riding electric bike, according to the maker. The electric car, which is reported to be powered by an 11.6 kWh battery, is said to have a top speed of 188 km/h and a range of 344 km on a single charge. It has a single-sided swingarm, which distinguishes it in terms of design. It will start at a price of Rs 3.15 lakh (ex-showroom, Goa) when it is introduced to the market. The KM500 is expected to be on sale in the autumn of 2023, and deliveries will start the following year.
Midnight Grey, Deep Khaki, and Aquamarine are the 3 colour options available to interested consumers. The bike will also include a variety of customization options to allow riders to tailor their riding experiences.
“The Kabira Mobility KM5000 is our best artistic achievement to date. The standard of what can be expected from the electric bike market is something we at Kabira Mobility are constantly raising. According to Jaibir Siwach, CEO of Kabira Mobility, “KM5000 is a testament to our opinion that electric motorcycles are now on par, if not even better, than their ICE counterparts in terms of performance and safety.
A variety of features are included with the electric bike, including front and rear LED headlights, turn signals, daytime running lights, a 7.0-inch digital console with 4G connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, music control, park assist, a tyre pressure monitoring system, fast charging, fall sensors, elevation stabiliser, etc.
The KM5000, with a top speed of 188 km/h, is advertised as being the fastest and longest-riding electric bike in India. It has one of the largest battery packs in an electric two-wheeler—an 11.6kWh water-cooled LFP battery pack—and a stated range of 344 kilometres on a single charge.
With a high-speed boost charger, it is claimed that the battery can be charged from empty to 80% in less than 2 hours. Also available is a common charger that enables you to overnight charge your car.
Showa upside-down forks and a Nitrox mono-shock make up the front and rear suspension systems of the KM5000 electric. Twin front discs and a single rear disc with dual-channel ABS (anti-lock braking system) are used for braking.
There will be further Kabira Mobility models, including the Pro versions of the KM3000, KM4000, and KM2000. The EV start-up only offers the KM3000 and KM4000 at this time.
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