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EVTRIC Motors Launches Its First Electric Motorcycle “Evtric Rise” In India at 1.6 Lakh.

  • Evtric Rise, the e-bike has a 70kmph top speed and 110km range.
  • Priced at Rs 1,59,990 (Ex-Showroom India).

EVTRIC Motors, a Pune-based electric vehicle company owned by PAPL, has introduced the EVTRIC Rise, its first fast electric bike in India. The team of Evtric Motors recently unveiled the bike “RISE” in Sikar, Rajasthan. The e-bike cost somewhere around 1.6Lakh in India. 

The booking of the E-bike “RISE” already begins on 22nd June 2022 in India for just Rs, 5000. As Indian consumers increasingly move from petrol bikes to electric bikes, the primary goal of the brand is “Make in India” and it is releasing one EV product after another in that market. With 125 stations spread across 22 states in India, the company is now offering 3 new electric scooters in India: EVRIC AXIS, EVTRIC RIDE, and EVTRIC MIGHTY.

2022 Evtric Rise: Design and Features

The Evtric Rise electric bike features a 200-watt BLDC motor and 70v/40ah lithium-ion battery and claims to have a top speed of 70 km/h. It gets charged in 4 hours and covers a distance of 110 km. The new feature-packed e-bike will be available in striking red and black colors that will add a nice draw for the daily commute. The bike also has high-end tech with LED DRLs and a 10-amp micro charger with an auto-cut feature.

Evtric Rise: Price, Availability

Before subsidy, the Evtric Rise electric bike has an ex-showroom price of under 1.5 lakh. There will be 125 service stations in 22 Indian states from where this e-bike can be bought. You can book the bike at just 5,000 INR. It is available in red and black colors.

States like Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana, Kerala, West Bengal, and Bihar currently offer to buy EVTRIC scooters. Even in remote parts of the country, the brand maintains a large dealership presence in Tier II and Tier III markets. It shows the existence of cities like Agra, Varanasi, Aligarh, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Surat, etc. outside the metropolitan cities.

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