Revolt's RV400 BRZ Launched In India At Rs 1.38 Lakh

Revolt's RV400 BRZ Launched In India At Rs 1.38 Lakh

News by Team Drivio | 29 Jan 2024

Revolt Motors launched its latest electric bike offering, the RV400 BRZ, at Rs 1.38 lakh (ex-showroom) to provide an affordable yet premium electric two-wheeler experience.

  • New addition to Revolt's RV400 range of electric motorcycles
  • Aims to make electric two-wheelers more accessible with introductory pricing
  • Bookings now open online and at the Revolt showrooms

Revolt RV400 BRZ Specifications 

Battery3.24 kWh Lithium-ion
Max Range150 km
Full Charge Time4.5 hour
Top Speed85 km/h
Riding ModesEco, Normal, Sport

Similar Specs As RV400 But New Colour Options

The RV400 BRZ appears to be identical to the existing RV400 model in terms of specifications. It is powered by a 3.24kWh lithium-ion battery offering a range of up to 150km on a single charge. The bike can be fully charged in 4.5 hours.

The RV400 BRZ gets three riding modes - Sport, Normal and Eco. Additional features include a digital instrument cluster, LED lighting and upside-down front forks. The key differentiator for the RV400 BRZ are the new color options - Lunar Green, Pacific Blue and Dark Silver - taking the total color choices to five.

Targets Young Urban Riders

According to Revolt Motors, the RV400 BRZ is targeted at young urban riders looking for a technology-enabled and affordable electric motorcycle. The bike combines elegance and ease of use thanks to its connected features accessed via the MyRevolt app.

Revolt intends to capture a larger share of the rapidly growing electric two-wheeler market in India with the new RV400 BRZ. The model will compete with rivals like the Oben Rorr and Tork Kratos R which are priced at Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 1.87 lakh respectively.

Speaking at the launch, Revolt Motors Business Chairperson Anjali Rattan said, "With the RV400 BRZ, we are offering a ride that seamlessly combines elegance and ease, offering a superb yet affordable motoring experience."

More Affordable Than RV400

While the RV400 BRZ shares its underpinnings with the RV400, the introductory pricing makes it more affordable. This could attract young urban riders looking to switch to electric without compromising on features.

With attractive pricing and connected features, the RV400 BRZ strengthens Revolt's portfolio as the company aims to drive faster adoption of electric two-wheelers in India. The model marks Revolt's commitment to sustainable mobility solutions for the Indian market.