Revolt RV400 Bookings Re-Open on Oct 21; This Time Across 70 Cities

Revolt RV400 bookings will recommence from Oct 21. The company is expediting deliveries and has expanded from 6 to 70 cities this time…

RattanIndia-Revolt Motors is going to resume bookings for its electric motorcycle RV400 from 21st October. However, there is a massive change this time. From just 6 cities that Revolt is currently present in, it is accepting orders from as many as 70 cities that the company will reach in the coming months. This is a big expansion and it intends to grow its sales many times.

Some of these new cities include Bangalore, Kolkata, Jaipur, Surat, Chandigarh, Lucknow & NCR. Earlier, Revolt took orders only from Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Delhi, and Pune.

Revolt Motors is likely to commence deliveries of this new batch from early 2022 onwards. The company says that it is working tirelessly to bridge the gap between orders and delayed deliveries by stepping up production. It has also launched Vehicle Online Tracking system called as VOLT.

Customers, who missed the earlier booking slots can secure their Revolt Motorcycles this time. They have to visit the official website and redirect to the Notify Me tab on the site.

The EV maker is trying to provide customers with a contactless experience for purchasing and serving their electric bikes.

RV 400 and RV 300 Features

Currently, the line-up of Revolt motorcycles includes two models-RV 300 and RV 400, however, the focus is only on the RV400.

RV400 packs a 3kW motor and is mated with a 72V 3.24kW Lithium-ion battery. The other variant RV300 comes with a 1.5kW Hub motor with 60V, 2.7kW Lithium-ion battery. One a single charge it can ride up to 180Km.

RV300 and RV400 deploy USD forks and adjustable mono-shock at the front and rear respectively. The two models have three riding modes to offer – Eco, Normal, and Sport.

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The company also offers a smartphone app MyRevolt that helps the rider to locate their bikes and keep them secure. Also, they can choose between various customized artificial exhaust notes.

Other information such as battery status, ride data, kilometres clocked are available on this application.

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Rahul Sharma, Founder of Revolt Motors has expressed his content over the growth of the company. He expects that Revolt will continue to have better demand in the country.

It will help people move faster towards electric mobility adoption. The recent FAME II subsidy raise will allow the consumers to buy their EVs at a lesser price.

Revolt has its scheme the My Revolt Plan which helps customers enjoy their purchases without having to burn a hole in the pocket upfront.

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Other EV makers like Ather, TVS, and Okinawa have slashed the prices of their vehicles after the raise in the grant for the FAME II EV manufacturing program.