Cool New Specs of Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle Booking starts from 23rd October 307km. It receives the IDC-claimed range of

Powered by a large 10.5kWh battery pack It is reported that Bengaluru-based electric two-wheeler startup,

Ultraviolette has revealed new details of the motorcycle F77. The bike gets several changes as compared to the model

that was showcased in 2019. UltraViolet worked on thermal management of its batteries and greatly increased the density.

Encircled by aluminum, the pack now has 21,700 cells instead of the 18,650 cells in the prototype. The top-end

variant of the F77 has a capacity of around 10.7kWh, giving it a claimed 307km by IDC. The chassis has been redesigned and is now

said to be more than twice as rigid as the previous one. A spine section has been added which ties the headjoint and motor mount nicely. 

 It also benefits from the battery pack located below it and now passive air cooling. Also changed the swingarm of the F77.

For the suspension hardware, the ultraviolet electric motorcycle is said to get USD front forks and monoshock. Both the units offer

decent preload adjustability. With its current setup, the Ultraviolette F77 has the largest battery pack

of all-electric two-wheelers in India. Its official booking will start from October 23, the token amount

has been fixed at Rs 10,000. The pricing is yet to be revealed, but expect it to be priced at a premium.