Press confidence in IndiaMay 6, 2021 17:30:16 IST
RattanIntia-backed electric bike manufacturer Revolt Intellicorp announced on Thursday that it has received a strong response from Revolt EV bikes and has suspended new orders due to high demand. Due to overbooking, Revolt has suspended all new bookings on a message on its website and received a huge response from consumers, the company said in a statement. The company announced that it will reopen reservations to meet current orders. The listed company RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd had announced last week an investment of Rs 150 million to acquire a significant stake in Gurugram.
“We are overwhelmed by the response we received from our customers in six cities. We are currently overbooked and committed to serving first-confirmed orders. While we are very excited about the response, we are working hard to improve production capacity,” said Rahul Sharma, Revolt’s CEO and Micromax founder.
Revolt will first serve confirmed orders received in large quantities from the six cities in which it has a presence, the company said.
The Revolt RV 400 has an ARAI-certified range of more than 150 km on a single charge, a top speed of 100 km / h and a full battery charge time of four hours. Revolt has production lines at Manesar Auto Center in Haryana.
The 3.24 kWh battery has a 150,000 km warranty, which is the highest possible for the country’s EV two-wheeled vehicles, according to the publication.
“We are excited to see a superior response to Revolt bicycles. It only reinforces our belief that superior EV bicycles are in high demand in the country and that Revolt has a good chance of meeting this rapid shift towards electric car mobility,” said Rajiv Rattan, President, RattanIndia and Revolt Intellicorp .