Revolt had introduced the bikes under a subscription model wherein one could own an RV 400 at a monthly subscription of INR 3,400.00 per month while the RV 300 costed INR 2,999.00 per month. However, the company has now introduced an ownership based model called the cashdown model. Under this model, the RV 400 costs INR 98,999.00 while the RV 300 will cost INR 84,999.00. This cost is exclusive of registration, insurance, smart card and a one time mandatory charge for 4G connectivity for a period of 3 years. This cost is before the subsidy applicable to electric vehicles under the FAME II scheme of the government of India.
Revolt aims to open showrooms at Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Chennai over the next four months.
The RV 400 is powered by 3 KW motor. The electrical energy for the bike is stored in a 72V 3.24 KW-H Li-ion battery which gives it a range between 80 KM in sports mode and 150 KM in eco mode. It needs 3 hours to charge the batteries from 0 to 75% and 4-1/2 hours for charging the batteries fully. The bike has upside down forks in the front and adjustable monoshocks doing duty at the rear. The bike weighs a 108 Kg and has a wheelbase of 1350 mm. Revolt R400 is fitted with 17″ 90/80 tyres at front and 120/80 tyres at rear. Stopping power is provided by 240 mm disc at front and rear.
The RV 300 is powered by a 1.5 KW motor powered by a 60 V 2.7 KW-H Li-ion batteries. The bike has ranges varying from 80 KM in sports mode to 180 KM in eco mode. It weighs 101 Kg and has a shorter wheel base of 1320 mm as compared to the RV 400. Battery charging times are similar, however, the 0-100% time is 4.2 hours as compared to 4.5 for the RV 400.