With the increasing popularity of green and clean energy people are switching towards electric vehicles and search for the best electric bikes in India and cars in consistently rising. During recent years the demand for electrical vehicles has increased significantly, big sharks in the pool like Tesla left no stones unturned in marketing their product and its roadsters are quite appealing too.
The same scenario can be seen in India too, major auto manufacturers have steadily started introducing more electric options for their consumers, and this expands from electric cars to electric bikes.
1. Revolt RV – Best Electric Bikes In India
Revolt RV is the first A.I enabled bikes in India and it is available in two variants the standard RV300 and the premium RV400. The bike was launched with the flashy “my revolt scheme” under which you can get the bike on 3000₹ per month instalment. The scheme was launched to lure in a younger audience. Currently, the bike is available in Delhi, Pune and Hyderabad.
Price: 1.11 lakh (my revolt scheme)
Charging Time: 4.2hours
Top speed: 65kmph
Price:1.29 lakh (my revolt scheme)
Charging Time: 4.5hours
Top speed: 85kmph
2. SriVaru Motors- PRANA
SriVaru Motors is the brainchild of a former Tesla Engineer Mohanraj Ramaswamy and he’s on the quest to introduce more electric vehicles in the Indian market. SVM unveiled the bike in August 2019 and was set to launch the product in the first quarter of 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions, the brand had to postpone the launch. As of now, the bike is open for pre-booking.
Price: 1.5-2 lakhs
Range: 225 km
Charging Time: 4 hour
Top speed: 125 kmph
3. Hero electric AE-47
This homegrown electric bike was unveiled in the 2020 motor show and is said to hit the market by Dec 2020. It has a compact, yet aggressive stance that sets it apart from the crowd and catches everyone’s attention.
Price: 1.2 lakhs (estimated)
Battery: 3.5 kWh
Range: 160 km
Charging Time: 4 hours
Top speed: 85 kmph
4. Ultraviolette F77 “airstrike”
Another one of the best electric bikes in India and one of the most efficient electric bikes globally due to its fast charging and high power output. The F77 was being developed by the Ultraviolette automotive for the last 4 years. The bike is packed with loads of smart features like the LTE connectivity and more, and the automatic battery opening slot is a feast to eyes. The pre-booking is open for this and the company will start the delivery in the last quarter of this year.
Price: 3-3.5 lakhs
Battery: 4.2 KWh
Range: 150 km
Top speed: 147 kmph
This is the first super electric bike in India manufactured by the EM motors, a Bengaluru based company. So far it is the fastest electric bike in India with a zooming acceleration of 0-100 in just 3 seconds and comes at a hefty price point. The company is about to start the pre-bookings in the next quarter.
Price: 5.5 – 6 lakhs
Battery: 9.7KWh Samsung Li-ion
Charging time: 3.5hours
Top speed: 200 kmph
6. Orxa energies- Mantis – Best Electric Bikes In India
This is the first electric bike in the naked segment and its truly naked and sporty look makes the ground presence of this bike very effective and strong. Since its unveiling in the last bike show in Goa, people are eagerly waiting for this bike. The company has promised to open the booking by the end of this year.
Price: 3-4 lakhs
Charging time: 3.5 hours
Top speed: 140 kmph
7. Evolet Hawk
A true sports electric bike the hawk comes with a sporty look and an E-ABS. The bike was supposed to be launched in the first quarter but somehow it got delayed and the company has stated that the official launch will be in November.
Battery: 72v 80Ah
Charging time: 4hours
Top speed: 80 kmph
Besides the features mentioned above, all the bikes here are enabled with smart features like Geo-fencing, Geolocation, App-enabled control panel, Shock and speed sensors, Keyless starting with a wireless remote and full LED lights.
Most of the bikes in this best electric bikes in India list were supposed to launch by the start of 2020, however, due to the ongoing scenarios, the launch is shifted to the end.