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Ultraviolette opens pre-orders for its futuristic electric motorcycle F77


Ultraviolette, an Indian electric vehicle company, opens pre-orders for its futuristic, high-performance F77 electric motorcycle on October 23rd.

According to information, the model is being developed and tested for more than 5 years, and will be officially launched in the Asian country on November 24th.

In addition, some say that there are already more than 70,000 pre-launch booking interests from 190 countries, but this information we could not confirm.

The Ultraviolette F77 will be released in three versions: Airstrike, Shadow and Laser. All are identical from a mechanical point of view, only changing their colors and graphics.

The main highlight of the model is its super aggressive and futuristic design, with lines that resemble a ‘supernaked’ with side fairings of sportsbike, leaving the engine and battery set hidden.

With a power equivalent to 33.5 hp, the Ultraviolette F77 has a central motor with up to 25 kW of maximum power, and 90Nm/450Nm of torque on the motor/wheel. With this, the company says it is capable of reaching up to 147 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h in just 2.9 seconds.

ultraviolette f77

In terms of battery, it is equipped with 3 x Modular Li ion battery pack(s) with a maximum capacity of 4.2 kWh, which allows a range of up to 150km. In addition, it can be recharged with a standard 1kW vehicle-mounted charger or a 3kW portable charger, with a total time ranging from 1.5 hours in Fast mode to 5 hours in Standard mode.

Finally, the Ultraviolette F77 is equipped with 3 riding modes, dual-channel ABS, Full-LED lighting, color TFT digital panel, X-Ring chain final drive and tires measuring 110/70-17 at the front and 150/60-17 at the rear.

Anyway, the company has not yet released the price, but it should not be cheap, as the model calls for an exclusive futuristic look.

For more information, access https://www.ultraviolette.com/f77.html.

photos: Ultraviolette


Marcelo Souza

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