•  Ultraviolette F77 launched for Rs 3.8 lakh

It will be available in three trims: Airstrike, Shadow and Laser with a claimed IDC range of 307 Km

Ultraviolette, a Bangalore-based startup has launched its much-awaited aerospace-inspired electric motorcycle, the F77 at introductory prices starting from Rs 3.8 lakh, ex-showroom. It will be available in three trims - Airstrike, Shadow and Laser. The bike did show up in 2019 but this is not the same motorcycle as over the course of time Ultraviolette has made some significant changes to it. 

The electric motorcycle is powered by an integrated 10.3 kWh Lithium-ion battery that produces maximum torque of 95Nm and 38.9PS peak power with a claimed range of 307km on a single charge, which is the highest for any Indian two-wheeler EV. Ultraviolette also claims that this is the largest two-wheeler battery pack in the country with five levels of safety built into the battery from the design stage. 

Being a new-age electric bike, the F77 is loaded with smart systems that use the data collected from different sensors on the bike for a better riding experience. Features include preventive maintenance, ride analytics, anti-theft and real-time interpretation via a connected mobile app. It also includes three riding modes: Glide, Combat and Ballistic.

Ultraviolette further takes it up a notch with the announcement of the limited edition series F77 Recon variant in laser trim. Only 77 units will be manufactured, all of them individually numbered. It will be available in two colour shades, Meteor Grey with Afterburner Yellow. The Limited edition F77 will push 40.5PS of power and a 100Nm of torque, delivering 0 to 100kmph acceleration in 7.8 seconds with a top speed of 152kmph. The F77 limited edition is priced at Rs 4.55 lakh, ex-showroom.

Ultraviolette is also offering a warranty package of eight years or one lakh km. According to the manufacturer, the production of F77 has commenced and the rollout is expected to begin in January 2023, starting with Bangalore, and then followed up by company-owned servicing ecosystems, which will be set up all over India through 2023.

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