HIGHLIGHTS OF REVOLT RV400 PRICE IN INDIA
Revolt RV 400 boasts of an impressive ARAI-certified range of 150 km.
Revolt RV 400 is available in Rebel Red and Cosmic Black color options.
The Revolt RV400 top speed of 85 kmph.
Its AI-enabled electric motorcycle Revolt RV 400 Price in India.
Revolt RV 400 bookings had commenced exclusively for customers in Delhi and Pune on the company website on June 25 and Amazon.in on July 5 for an initial amount of Rs 1,000.
The bike has been developed after two years of research to localize it for the Indian conditions and customer preferences, Revolt Intellicorp has claimed.
REVOLT RV400 PRICE IN INDIA
REVOLT RV400 VARIANTS
REVOLT RV400 MODE IN DISPLAY
REVOLT RV400 RANGE
REVOLT RV400 TOP SPEED
REVOLT RV400 COLORS
SPECIFICATION REVOLT RV400
|Front Disc(240mm) / Rear Disc(240mm)|
|Tyres||Front – 90/80-17, Rear – 120/80-17|
|Front Fork||Upside Down Forks|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Charging Time||0-75% in 3 Hours And 0-100% in 4.5 Hours|
|Motor||3KW (Mid Drive)|
|Carrying Capacity||2 Persons/Maximum 150Kg|
|Lighting||LED Head Lamp(Projection for High beam), Tail Lamps And Indicators (All LED)|
|Range||150kms(Eco Mode), 100kms(Normal Mode), 80kms(Sports Mode)|
1. Ambient Temperature
2. Fault Code
3. Speed Display
4. Real-Time Current
5. Mileage/ Trip/ RPM
6. Total Mileage
7. Battery Percentage
8. Battery Status
9. Short Circuit
12. Data Connection
14. Ambient Light Sensor
16. Mode Display
17. Left Indicator
18. Right Indicator
19. Battery Fault
20. Parking Signal
21. High Beam
Smart Remote Control
Handlebar Switch Gear – Left
Handlebar Switch Gear – Right
Handlebar Lock / Unlock
Put your motorcycle in parking mode using the parking switch and turn the handlebar to the extreme left side
Insert the key in handlebar lock and turn the key clockwise
Insert the key in handlebar lock and turn the key anticlockwise
Seat and Battery Cover Lock
OPEN BATTERY COVER
Insert the key in storage seat lock, turn it clockwise until you hear a ‘click’ sound
Insert key in storage seat lock, turn it anticlockwise affirmative sound
MCB – Modular Circuit Breaker
In case the current goes over the set range due to an abnormal situation or short circuit, the MCB will trip automatically to disconnect the current flow between the battery and the motorcycle’s ever wiring system
Battery On-Boarding Charging
Connect the charger to the motorcycle charging port.Connect the charger with power supply, during normal charging the red light will glow.
Note: Ensure that the charger is kept safe from any debris
or water infusions.
Charging: Red light will glow.
Fully Charged: Greenlight will glow
Error: Red and green lights will blink alternatively
Open the storage, take out the storage cover, switch off the safety switch (MCB). The safety of the switch is mounted on the battery storage box.
Disconnect the battery power plug.
Insert the key in battery lock, turn it clockwise, then take out the battery pack from the motorcycle.
Connect the charger with battery, then connect charger with power supply. The red light will glow indicating that the charger is working.
Battery Use Instruction
STORAGE, MAINTENANCE, TRANSPORT
In case the battery is not being used for a long time, please charge it until 50%
(in case the battery is empty, charge it for 4.5 hours). Disconnect the battery from the motorcycle when storing them. Store in a dry ventilated place,
at least charge it for 4 hours every month.
Battery pack and charger need to be stored in a clean, dry ventilated place,
avoid contact with corrosive material, keep it away from power, fire, and heat.
Battery storage condition: temperature -20 to 45 ºC, humidity 65+-20%RH.
Using My Revolt App
My Revolt app will help you to connect with your motorcycle and obtain near real-time information about your
motorcycle. The built-in Artificial Intelligence in the app will show the battery charge information and allows
you to swap the battery and get it delivered to your location. It also provides a way to secure your motorcycle
through the use of its geofencing feature.
User onboarding will be done using mobile OTP
based login. Please ensure that you have provided
the same mobile number that was provided during
motorcycle registration at your dealer
Tap on these circular buttons to change the sound.
This will change your sound on your motorcycle after
your confirmation and this button will be highlighted
to reflect the current sound of the bike.
You can tap on these cards to play a preview of that
particular sound on your mobile device.
You can also change the volume of the soundbox by
dragging this slider.
Revolt Motorcycle with Battery
Batteries are the fuel of the e-motorcycle
BATTERY & CHARGER (OPERATION)
RV400 motorcycle comes with Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery. This battery is equipped with Battery
Management System which protects the battery from damages due to short circuit, over
charging, deep discharging, and high temperatures.
The charger provided with the Li-ion battery is a sophisticated, special purpose electronic charger.
This charger has an additional protective feature which provides protection from output over-voltage,
output over the current, short circuit, high temperature, and reverse polarity.
CHARGING YOUR LI-ION BATTERY
Connect the charger to the battery by plugging the connector into the charger socket.
Plug the charger into the wall outlet.
Turn ON the charger using the switch in the wall socket.
The LED indications:-
a. The LED will change to GREEN when the battery is fully charged.
b. The LED will illuminates RED when the charger is plugged & the switch is in ON position.
When charging is complete [the indicator LED is GREEN), turn OFF the charger. The battery is now ready to use.
Do’s & Don’ts for Battery and Chargers
ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT POINTS and TIPS FOR CHARGING YOUR MOTORCYCLE
Batteries will take 4 to 5 hours from full discharge to full charge. Batteries are to be recharged once every 30 days even if the vehicle is not used, otherwise, the warranty will be null and void.
The Ignition switch must be in the 'OFF' position when your motorcycle is being charged.
The charger supplied with your motorcycle should only be used to charge the battery of the motorcycle. Do not use it for any other purpose.
The battery charger supplied with the battery is for ventilated INDOOR use only.
Do not try to open the sealed charger. Warranty will become void for chargers with an open seal.
Keep the charger and the battery out of reach of children and pets. Does not use damaged components, such as power cord, charger case, plug, etc.
Avoid leaving the battery charger ON and plugged into the battery for more than 5 hours at a time.
Once the battery is full charged, turn OFF the charger and unplug it from the pack.
CHARGER CARE TIPS
Ensure that the charger plugged on both sides is not loose and there is no sparking/heating of the mains socket.
The charger has auto cut off system, it is advisable to plug out the charger after 5 hours for
Protect charger from direct sunlight, rain, or excessive dust, put it in a ventilated place while charging.
While charging, first plug-in the battery side, then the AC side. Post Charging, first unplug the
AC side, then the battery side.
Ensure the ignition switch is in the 'OFF' position when your motorcycle is being charged.
Driving Steps from Start to Stop
DRIVING YOUR MOTORCYCLE
A. Take motorcycle off the stand
B. Check for recommended tire pressure for smooth running.
C. Insert the ignition key, without turning on the throttle.
D. Sit on the motorcycle, turn the key to the “ON” position by turning clockwise.
E. Ensure the battery is charged.
F. Select the desired mode.
G. It is mandatory to use a helmet for a safe ride.
H. The motorcycle should not be overloaded by putting more load than recommended.
DO’S AND DON’TS WHILE DRIVING
A. The power to the motor cuts off when brakes are applied to save energy. Do not hold on to the
brakes when you want the motorcycle to run.
B. Avoid going through deep pools of water. Dry your brakes by lightly applying them repeatedly.
C. It is strongly advised that on wet, loose gravel and sandy surfaces do not apply sudden brakes and
drive under controlled speed to avoid skidding
D. Avoid abrupt acceleration and braking, as this will affect the mileage of your motorcycle.
E. While driving, watch out for both moving and stationary vehicles on road.
F. Do not take sharp turns while riding. Reduce speed while turning.
G. You are advised to switch off all light indicators and horn immediately after use.
H. While going down a step slope do not accelerate.
I. Beware of potholes while driving on road.
J. When it is raining or on wet roads, the motorcycle can skid and the braking distance increases, so use
both brakes accordingly and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles.
K. Do not use or leave your motorcycle in waterlogged areas.
L. Follow Traffic Rules.
M. Although Motor is water-resistant, it is advisable to avoid riding in waterlogged areas, especially any
exposure to electric connections & components to avoid short circuit
AFTER RIDE DO’S AND DON’TS
After your ride, turn off the ignition lock and remove keys.
Put the motorcycle on the stand on flat ground, avoid the uneven ground.
If motorcycle charging puts the motorcycle for charging [as per requirement] after a gap of 30 minutes.
It is safe to be seated on your motorcycle before turning ON the power. If the power is turned ON, it could result in the motorcycle moving forward before you are ready and could cause injury.
Remember that there is an auto power cut-off switch embedded into both the brake levers. When you apply the brakes, the power to the motor will stop. Therefore, does not hold the brake levers when you want the motorcycle to run.
An underinflated tyre can cause premature tyre failure and will require more electrical energy to propel your motorcycle. The recommended tyre pressure for front & rear wheels are mentioned below:
BATTERY CARE AND PRECAUTION
Heat kills the battery. Avoid charging immediately after a long ride. Try charging it in the night.
The battery loses charge even when not in use.
Batteries are sealed. Do not attempt to open them.
When charging the battery outside the motorcycle, they must be kept in a ventilated area away from inflammable material and out of reach of children & pets.
Batteries must be kept as cool as possible to ensure a long life & good performance. Batteries become very hot & start to degrade if the motorcycle is overloaded & driven for a long distance, is charged under sunlight, is charged immediately after riding or the charger is kept 'ON' for a long period of time, even after the battery is fully
charged. The battery life of your vehicle can be substantially extended by following simple tips mentioned in the Battery Health Tips card & the owner manual handed over to you at the time of purchase of this motorcycle.
YOU MAKE THE CHOICE. FOUR SOUNDS OR, NO SOUND AT ALL
A First-in-class innovation where Revolt brings to you four sounds in a motorcycle, all controlled through the My Revolt App
Go on, select one of the four sounds of Revolt sounds
COMPETITORS REVOLT RV400
The Revolt RV400 rivals against the
The revolt has sold out its bookings for the first batch of the RV400 in Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. Deliveries for these motorcycles will begin by mid-June. The revolt has also extended its free battery swapping offer from the previous December 31st,2019 deadline to March 31st, 2020 now. Know more information here.
The premium variant of the RV 400 can be remotely started via the Revolt app. It gets inbuilt geofencing tech that allows you to remotely locate your RV 400 as well as set a perimeter for it to operate in. The premium variant will offer a choice of four artificial exhaust note options valid.
The RV 400 has a 5kW motor and 3.24kWh swappable lithium-ion batteries that deliver an ARAI-certified range of 156km. Under the monthly subscription scheme, the battery warranty stands at 8 years/ 1.5 lakh km. You also get onboard diagnostics and over the air updates. We have ridden the RV 400 and you can read the first ride review here.
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