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Revolt will increase electric bike production, new plant will be set up in South India

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Revolt plans to expand the production capacity of unspecified electric bikes in India. For this, the company intends to set up a plant in South India with an investment of Rs 300 crore.

Currently, the company is manufacturing RV400 and RV300 bikes at its plant in Manesar, Haryana. The plant is spread over 1 lakh sq ft. In this plant, the company has accelerated the production of bikes, due to which the waiting period for the bike has been reduced from 5 months to 90 days.

The Revolt RV400 and RV300 were launched in August last year. The bike was first made available in Delhi and Pune followed by Ahmedabad and Hyderabad.

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These bikes come with Artificial Intelligence. The revolt has launched these bikes with a monthly plan, that is, you cannot buy it outright, it is like a monthly subscription plan, in which you have to pay every month for RV300 and RV400.

Both these Revolt electric bikes are equipped with Artificial Intelligence technology. Because of which it has become the most modern bikes. Revolt RV400 and RV300 features LED headlamps, LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, key-laced ignition with push-button start / stop buttons and digital instrument cluster.

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Both these electric bikes can also be connected to the smartphone through the app. Geofencing, live vehicle tracking, charging station location, turn-by-turn navigation, real-time positioning, and battery health features can be used through Artificial Intelligence.

The Revolt RV 300 is equipped with a 2.7 kW lithium-ion battery, on a full charge you can cover a maximum distance of 180 kilometers from this bike.

While the Revolt RV400 has a 3.24 kW lithium-ion battery, this bike can cover a distance of 156 kilometers on a full charge and can run at a top speed of 85 kilometers per hour.

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