Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making its presence felt in almost every domain, and electric vehicles are not exceptional. Electric vehicles by using AI technology, help the customers in tracking and analysing the route, immobilizing their vehicle remotely if it is stolen, tracking charging stations, and Geo-Fencing. Government of India is taking several initiatives focusing towards the use of electric vehicles in the country. This has increased the demand of electric vehicles and has attracted several companies for expansion plans in India.
Revolt Intellicorp, a Gurgaon based company with its highly experience R&D team was working with a joint vision for around 2 years to introduce India’s first AI enabled motorcycle. The company has announced the launching date which is 18th June 2019. The motorcycle passed the tests conducted by Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) and the ARAI certified range for AI based electric motorcycle is 156 km/full charge. Revolt Intellicorp had still not revealed the name of its first model, but will start selling its first model initially in Delhi-NCR. Revolt Intellicorp will install the charging infrastructure at the suitable locations around city.
The motorcycle will be having AI enabled smart connectivity features along with various other features which will enhance the riders experience and prioritize safety. The motorcycle will be made at the manufacturing facility in Manesar, Haryana spread over 1 lakh square feet, with a production capacity of 1.2 lakh vehicles per annum.
Few of its features include:
- Available in 3 riding modes- economy, city and sports
- Full LED lighting (blinkers, tail lamp and headlight)
- Digital instrument cluster
- LTE (4G) connectivity via SIM card
- Navigation, Bluetooth, Crash alert
- Brake fluid master cylinder
- Disc brake on both wheels
- Upside-down forks and a monoshock
- No gearbox and clutch
Several initiatives in terms of electric motorcycle have been taken in India, companies like Ultraviolette, Tork Motors, and Revolt are promising towards the future of electric motorcycles in India. Revolt launching this bike will be the first AI based electric motorcycle to be launched in the Indian market, which will have top speed of 85 kmph.
– Sonam Chawla
ICT – Research Analyst