Kabira Mobility has launched the KM3000 and the KM4000 electric bikes in India. The KM3000 and the KM4000 are priced at Rs 1.27 lakh (ex-showroom, Goa) and Rs 1.37 lakh (ex-showroom, Goa), respectively. The bookings for the electric bikes will open on February 20 and they will be initially available in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Dharwad and Goa. Their deliveries will commence in May.
The KM3000 has a claimed peak power of 6,000W and weighs 138kg. Weighing 147kg, the KM4000 is claimed to have a maximum power of 8,000W. According to Kabira Mobility, the electric bikes can be charged in two modes — Eco and Boost. The battery can be fully juiced-up in six-and-a-half hours in the Eco mode, while an 80 per cent charge can be achieved in 50 minutes in the Boost mode. The battery pack is fireproof.The KM4000 electric bike is claimed to have a maximum power of 8,000W.
Kabira Mobility claims that the KM3000 and the KM4000 have been designed keeping the ‘Generation Z’ in mind. The KM3000’s design is inspired by a sports bike. On the other hand, the KM4000 is based on a naked bike. The electric motorcycles can touch a top speed of 120kmph and have a riding range of 150km on a single charge. They are equipped with features like the combined braking system and park assist.
“It gives us immense pleasure to be there to launch these ‘Made in India’ hi-speed electric bikes. These bikes are a living testament to technological superiority and styling. We plan to extend our electric bike range by introducing more products to our portfolio,” Kabira Mobility CEO Jaibir S Siwach said.
“We believe that today’s young and mobile Indian has a strong appetite for powerful bikes simultaneously without causing any damage to the environment, and so, we see significant potential for these bikes in India. We aim to create a strong network that will provide our customers with a world-class experience and encourage the electric super biking segment in India,” he added.