Kabira Mobility Unveils Upgraded Electric Bikes, KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II In India

Kabira Mobility Unveils Upgraded Electric Bikes, KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II In India

News by Team Drivio | 16 Feb 2024

Kabira Mobility, a homegrown EV manufacturer, has unveiled two game-changing models – the KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II.

  • Priced at Rs. 1,74,000 and Rs. 1,76,000 respectively (ex-showroom Goa, excluding Fame 2 subsidy)
  • Combining aesthetic brilliance with technical prowess
  • Undergone a comprehensive metamorphosis

These electric bikes have set out to redefine the electric vehicle landscape, raising the bar in sustainable mobility. The faired KM3000 Mark-II and the naked KM4000 Mark-II are each available in two distinct variants – the base model and the higher-spec 'V' variant. 

The KM3000 flaunts sleek new graphics, while the KM4000 has undergone a complete design overhaul, featuring a striking front-end design with an oval-shaped headlight and DRLs (daytime running lights). Both bikes boast a 13-litre frunk (front trunk) in place of a traditional fuel tank, offering ample storage space for riders on the go.

Powering the Future

Under the hood, the KM3000 and KM4000 are propelled by India's first Aluminium Core Powertrain 12kW hub motor, developed in collaboration with Foxconn. Delivering a peak output of 16.3PS and a staggering 192Nm of torque, these bikes can reach a claimed top speed of 120kmph, with an electrifying 0 to 60kmph acceleration of just 4.5 seconds.

Range and Charging Capabilities

The base models feature a 4.1kWh battery pack that offers a claimed range of 178km on a single charge, while the top-spec 'V' variants are equipped with a 5.15kWh battery, extending the range to an impressive 201km. Charging times are equally impressive, with the base models taking just three hours to go from 0 to 100 percent using a 1.5kW onboard charger, while the 'V' variants require an additional twenty minutes to fully charge.

Riding Experience and Features

Kabira Mobility has left no stone unturned in enhancing the riding experience. Both bikes come equipped with a 5-inch TFT instrument console and offer five distinct riding modes: Eco, City, Sports, Parking, and Reverse. The KM3000 features a bulb projector headlight, while the KM4000 boasts an LED headlight accompanied by LED DRLs and indicators, ensuring maximum visibility and safety.

Riding on 17-inch alloys, the base variants come with 110-section front and 140-section rear tyres, while the top-end variants feature 190-section rear tyres for enhanced grip and stability. Both bikes boast a seat height of 815mm and a kerb weight of 152kg, making them accessible to a wide range of riders.

Competitive Landscape

In the electric bike segment, the Kabira Mobility KM3000 and KM4000 Mark-II will face stiff competition from the likes of the Revolt RV400, Oben Rorr, Tork Kratos R, and Matter Aera. However, with their unique blend of design, performance, range, and cutting-edge technology, these new models are poised to set a new benchmark in sustainable mobility.