Ultraviolet F77 limited edition sold out in two hours: priced at Rs 5.50 lakh


The limited edition Ultraviolet F77 sold out within two hours. Priced at Rs 5.50 lakh, ex-showroom, only 77 units of this unique electric motorcycle will be produced.

Ultraviolet Automotive, a Bengaluru-based EV startup recently introduced its first electric motorcycle. The new Ultraviolet F77 has been launched in India at a starting price of Rs 3.80 lakh ex-showroom. It is offered in three variants, including a limited edition model. Now, according to the company, all 77 units of the limited edition Ultraviolet F77 have sold out within two hours.

The Ultraviolet F77 e-motorcycle limited edition has been priced at Rs 5.50 lakh ex-showroom. For the extra price, it gets a bigger battery pack and more power than other variants. The standard Ultraviolet F77 gets a 27 kW (36.2 bhp) electric motor, while the Recon and Limited Edition variants feature 29 kW (38.9 bhp) and 30.2 kW (40.5 bhp) electric motors, respectively.

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Ultraviolet F77 limited edition

They sport 7.1 kWh, 10.3 kWh and 10.3 kWh battery packs and are said to offer a range of 206 km, 307 km and 307 km respectively. The limited edition of the new Ultraviolet F77 will be offered in a single two-tone color scheme (Meteor Gray with Afterburner Yellow) and buyers can choose from three color shades among other variants.

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Ultraviolet F77

Ultraviolet Automotive is offering the F77 in three variants: standard, recon and limited edition. In terms of price, the standard variant of the Ultraviolette F77 costs Rs 3.80 lakh, the Recon is priced at Rs 4.55 lakh and the high-spec and pre-sold limited edition model is priced at Rs 5.50 lakh ex-showroom. This high performance electric motorcycle has no direct rivals in India.

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