In the two-wheeler segment, there has been an increasing demand for electric bikes. Many companies are launching their electric bikes and scooters with futuristic designs and powerful range, which is attracting more customers. There have been several electric bikes launched in the market, which are setting sales records.
If you are also considering buying an electric bike, we will tell you about a fantastic street bike that is set to launch by the end of this year. This electric bike is called Orxa Mantis and it is expected to have a starting price of 3 lakh rupees. The bike will come in a red color variant.
– Many companies are launching their electric bikes and scooters due to the increasing demand in the two-wheeler segment.
– These electric bikes offer futuristic designs, features, and powerful range, which attracts customers.
– Several electric bikes have already been launched in the market and are setting sales records.
– Orxa Mantis is an upcoming electric street bike expected to be launched by the end of this year.
– The starting price of the Orxa Mantis bike is expected to be 3 lakhs rupees, and it will only be available in red color.
– The bike will have a 25,000 watt motor with a liquid-cooled permanent magnet brushless motor.
– It will come with a 9 kW lithium-ion battery that provides 28 kW power and 105 Nm torque.
– Charging time for the bike is 4 hours with a standard charger and 1.5 hours with a fast charger, and it claims to have a range of 200 km on a full charge.
– The bike has a top speed of 140 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 10 seconds.
– It features an aluminum alloy frame, 41 mm telescopic fork in the front, and pre-load adjustable monoshock suspension in the rear, along with 17-inch alloy wheels and disk brakes.
– Other features expected in the Orxa Mantis bike include a digital instrument console, speedometer, trip meter, passenger footrest, digital clock, pass switch, LED headlights, tail lights, turn signal lamps, low battery indicator, navigation, ride analytics, distance-to-empty, message and call alerts, service reminder, and remote locking.