E-Bike F77 will launched on 24 November, will run 300 km on single charge, see more features?

E-Bike F77

New Delhi: Indian electric two-wheeler manufacturer Ultraviolette has recently unveiled the second generation of its F77 electric motorcycle. They took their time during the pandemic and updated the motorcycle thoroughly. The manufacturer is already accepting bookings for the F77 for a token amount of ₹23,000. Now, Ultraviolette will launch the F77 on 24 November.

F77 will be offered in three variants. It has air strike, laser, and shadow. They will have different riding ranges and the power output may also be different. There could also be some cosmetic differences and different feature sets between the three variants.

What will be the range of the bike?
According to the company, the range of the top-end model of the F77 can be up to 300 km. The range of the lower variants will be less. The battery architecture and BMS have been designed and developed in-house by Ultraviolet. The F77 comes with 2.5X more battery capacity than existing EV 2Ws in India, which is the highest battery capacity of any EV 2W in India. Its size is 10.5 kWh. The battery pack is also IP67-rated to handle water and dust.

What will be the specialty?
Talking about the specifications, it’s the electric motor will develop 33.5 Bhp and 450 Nm of peak torque. In addition, the top speed of the F77 will be 147 kmph and it can accelerate from 0 to 60 kmph in just 2.9 seconds. Ultraviolette claims that the F77 can be fast charged in 1.5 hours and will be a smart and connected electric motorcycle with remote diagnostics, OTA upgrade, multiple ride modes, and more.

E-Bike F77

Features and Hardware
Talking about the features, the F77 will come with all-LED lighting. There will be a TFT display in it, which will show a lot of information to the rider. The switches will be backlit. The company can also provide a mobile application for this. The frame gets upside-down forks at the front and a mono-shock suspension at the rear. The swing arm of the motorcycle has been updated. Front and rear disc brakes are provided.