RattanIndia’s Revolt Motors today announced the re-opening of bookings for its state of the art, AI enabled electric bikes. Revolt Motors was recently fully acquired by RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd. and has since then invested heavily in supply chain and ramping up the production capacity at its world-class manufacturing plant in Manesar, Haryana.
Revolt Motors today announced pocket friendly My Revolt Plan (MRP) to democratise ownership of EV motorcycles in the country.
Under Revolt RV400 plan , customers will be able own these world class AI enabled EV bikes at monthly costs less than comparable petrol engine bikes. My Revolt Plan has been launched in partnership with leading financial companies in the country.
With My Revolt Plan, customers will be able to own Revolt RV400 with downpayment of Rs. 5,715 which is the lowest in EV segment and monthly payments of Rs. 5,715*.Revolt electric bikes provide great savings for its customers with very low monthly running cost devoid of fuel charges. My Revolt Plan will further boost the accessibility of EV bikes to large segments of customers in the country.
Revolt Motors is reopening bookings on Wednesday, 22 February 2023 for its new and advanced RV400 bikes. Customers can book their RV400 bikes with booking amount of Rs. 2,499/- on its website www.revoltmotors.com with customers slated to get their deliveries before 31 March 2023.
The booking amount will be Rs. 2,499/- with customers slated to get their deliveries before 31 March 2023. Revolt has a completely contactless online booking system and customers can register for bookings on its website www.revoltmotors.com.
Revolt Motors currently has pan-India network with presence across 35 dealerships spread across 22 states in India. Revolt electric bikes provides great savings for its customers with monthly running cost as low as Rs. 350 per month compared to Rs. 3,500 for petrol bikes for an average rider. Revolt bikes are known for their build quality, cutting edge technology and hassle free batteries. Currently Revolters, as proud owners of Revolt bikes like to call themselves, have covered over 20 crore kms on Indian roads.