Ultraviolette F77 Launched At A Price Of Rs 3.80 Lakh
The F77 electric bike has just been introduced by Ultraviolette Automotive in India for Rs 3.80 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Ultraviolette F77 will be available in two variations: Original and Recon and each will have a different peak output and battery capacity, which will affect its range. The F77 is available in three colour options: Shadow, Airstrike, and Laser.
The Ultraviolette F77 electric bike’s Original model has a 7.1 kWh battery and a stated range of 207 km (IDC). It is 10 kg lighter than the Recon model, at 197 kg. The latter, on the other hand, is advertised to have a range of 307km with a larger 10.3kWh battery. Peak production figures are another area where the two differ. The highest ratings for the Original and Recon are 27kW and 85Nm of torque and 29kW and 95Nm of torque, respectively. Even better characteristics are included with the limited edition model. For all models, the wheelbase, seat height, and ground clearance measurements are 1,340mm, 800mm, and 160mm, respectively.
The F77 has three riding modes, Glide, Combat, and Ballistic, each of which gradually increases power. The restriction, in this case, is that the battery pack must be at least 70% charged in order to operate in ballistic mode.
The battery can be charged using either a turbocharger or a regular charger, the latter of which can charge the battery at a pace of up to 75 km/h. On both models, the turbocharger is an optional extra. While the battery pack on the Recon comes standard with a 5-year or 50,000 km warranty, the one on the Original model of the F77 is only covered for 3 years or 30,000 miles. This is also covered by the original model’s warranty. The battery in the Limited variant is covered by an 8-year, 100,000-kilometer warranty, and the Recon’s warranty can be extended to the same duration.
On the Ultraviolette F77, the chassis that houses the battery pack is a steel trellis structure with an aluminium bulkhead. A monoshock with a preload adjustment and a 41mm USD fork handles the suspension functions. The braking system consists of a 230mm rear disc coupled to a single-piston calliper and a 320mm front disc biting down on it with a 4-piston radial calliper. All F77 variations come standard with dual-channel ABS.
The F77 comes with a 5-inch TFT dash from Ultraviolette that supports smartphone connectivity and offers features like turn-by-turn directions and notification alerts. The exclusive app also allows users to access features like ride analytics, real-time location, crash detection, and battery information.
Ultraviolette has also unveiled a limited edition of the F77, of which only 77 pieces are available, in addition to the ordinary F77. The battery pack and 307km IDC range on this limited edition motorcycle are the same as those on the normal F77. With a peak power output of 30.2 kW and 100 Nm of torque, it varies from the ordinary F77 in that it boasts slightly higher claimed output ratings. The restricted edition F77 costs Rs. 5.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Bookings for the F77 electric bike are now open on the Ultraviolette website, with deliveries starting in January but only to Bangalore. Deliveries will begin in other important Indian cities the following year.
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