driving range – The company has given 3 bike modes in the Revolt 400 bike, which include Eco, Normal and Sport mode. In Eco mode, this bike gives a driving range of up to 156 kms with a top speed of 45 kmph. Whereas in the normal mode, this bike offers a range of 110 km with a top speed of 65 kmph and in its sport mode the bike gives a driving range of up to 80 km with a top speed of 65 kmph.
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How to book – Customers can book Revolt’s RV300 and RV400 bikes from the company’s official website. For which customers will have to register for the bike by clicking on the “Notify me” tap. For booking RV300 bike, customers will have to pay Rs 7,199 as booking, while for RV400 bike, customers will have to pay Rs 7,999.
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Price reduction – For more use of electric vehicles, the government has revised its FAME 2 scheme. Under which the government is now giving more subsidy on domestic electric two wheelers. The earlier subsidy on domestic electric vehicles was Rs 10,000 per kWh, which the Department of Heavy Industries (DHI) has now increased to Rs 15,000 per KWh after the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Manufacturing (FAME II) amendment. After the revision in FAME-2, the price of Revolt 400 has gone up to Rs 90,799, which was earlier Rs 1,18,999 (ex-showroom Delhi). However, till now no reduction in the prices of Revolt 300 has been done by the company.