There is always room for additional electric two-wheelers, even though we have a good number already. Top brands of electric two-wheelers at the moment include Ola Electric, Hero Electric, Okinawa, Ampere, and Ather Energy. Along with other companies, Hero MotoCorp, TVS, and Bajaj are pushing the limits of sales. The following list includes some of the most eagerly awaited future electric two-wheelers that might be worth the wait. However, launch dates for the majority of these two-wheelers have yet to be discovered.

Ultraviolette F77 – Nov 24th

Ultraviolette F77 recently made its debut. This motorbike combines the features of a fair with a street model. The frame, battery, and motor are all covered by a fairing. On the other hand, the front features robust USD fork covers to resemble a street fighter. A 4.2 kWh battery will provide electricity for the vehicle’s 35-horsepower peak motor, which has a top speed limit of 147 km/h. Between Rs 3.8 lakh and Rs, 5.5 lakh is the price range.

Oben Rorr – Launched, Delivery Date Unknown

The price of this electric motorcycle in India is Rs. 1 lakh, and it boasts a 200-mile range (IDC). Even after its launch, testing continued, and the delivery date still needs to be determined. This company, with headquarters in Bengaluru, is going after people like Tork Kratos. On the spec sheet, it also outperforms its direct competitors, like Kratos, HOP OXO, and RV400.

Simple One – 1st Quarter of 2023

Simple One is the One who has been hidden from view for a very long period. The delivery date for Simple One was initially stated as July 2022. to September 2022, which was postponed. Then to October 2022, followed by the first quarter of 2023. With its extended battery option, Simple One offers a range of up to 300 km, which is essentially unheard of in the market.

Raptee Electric Motorcycle

The Raptee electric motorbike is a cross between a naked and a faired motorcycle, just like the Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle. Headline statistics include a top speed of 135 km/h, a real-world range of 150 km, a time from 0 to 60 km/h in 3.5 seconds, and a charge time from 0 to 85% in 45 minutes.

Suzuki Burgman Street Electric

Suzuki is developing an electric scooter exclusively for the Indian market, as has already been proven. This future e-scooter, based on Burgman Street 125, has also frequently been seen testing on Indian roads. According to patent images that have leaked, it has a fixed battery and a chain drive.

Ola Electric Motorcycle

Sports bikes received the most votes, followed by cruisers, adventures, and cafe racers, according to a recent Twitter poll organised by Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal. The business will likely start with electric motorcycles after the Ola S1 Air is released before moving on to electric vehicles.

Honda Electric Scooter

Honda has stated that it will introduce the electric 2W in India in 2023. We have repeatedly observed Benly e electric scooters with green licence plates being tested in India. This is probably because Honda only evaluates the electrical system rather than the full car. Benly e is touted to support Honda’s supposedly available swappable battery technology. The launch is probably scheduled for 2023.

Hero Electric AE-47

Numerous upcoming electric wheelers from Hero Electric’s lineup were on display during the 2020 Auto Expo. The AE-47 electric motorcycle appeared to have a lot of potentials and was the show’s headliner. Both the launch and the product’s testing have yet to be confirmed. However, it would be a worthy opponent to the Revolt RV400 and similar products.



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