Orxa Mantis Electric Motorcycle Launched At Rs 3.60 Lakh, Deliveries To Start In April 2024
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Orxa Mantis Electric Motorcycle Launched At Rs 3.60 Lakh, Deliveries To Start In April 2024

News by Team Drivio | Nov 22, 2023

Developed over six years, the new Mantis EV is the first electric two-wheeler from Bengaluru-based Orxa Energies.

  • The Orxa Mantis EV is powered by a liquid-cooled 27bhp electric motor and claims a 135 kmph top speed.
  • The 8.9kWh battery pack of the Mantis EV claims a 221 km riding range.
  • It will be provided with a 1.3kW charger as standard and will be compatible with up to 3.3kW DC fast charging.

Orxa Energies, a Bengaluru-based startup of electric two-wheelers, has launched its first product in the Indian market, the Mantis electric motorcycle. Developed over six years, the new Orxa Mantis EV has been priced at Rs 3.60 lakh. The deliveries of the electric bike is set to commence in April 2024. 

SpecificationOrxa Mantis
MotorLiquid-cooled, BLDC
Maximum power27 bhp
Maximum torque93 Nm
Acceleration (0-100 kmph)8.9 seconds
Top speed135 kmph
Battery8.9 kWh
Maximum range221 km
Charging time (0-80%)2.5 hours (with 3.3kW fast charger)

The Orxa Mantis electric motorcycle has a distinctive appearance with twin LED projector headlamps and daytime running LEDs at the front. The motorcycle also gets a 5-inch full-TFT instrument console which operates on Linux OS, equipped with Bluetooth connectivity and a side stand sensor. 

With minimal bodywork all around, the Mantis EV is equipped with 41mm telescopic forks at the front and a preload-adjustable mono-shock at the rear. With 17-inch alloy wheels at both ends, the braking setup of the Mantis EV consists of a 320mm disc at the front and a 230mm disc at the rear. 

The Orxa Mantis EV will be offered in a single variant, which will be provided with a 1.3kW regular charger as standard. However, the battery will be compatible with up to 3.3kW fast charging. 

Orxa Mantis EV Bookings

Orxa Energies has started accepting bookings for the Mantis EV for Rs 10,000, with the deliveries of the motorcycle set to begin in April 2024.