Kabira Mobility has released two new electric bikes, with a driving range of 150 km.

Demand for electric vehicles is growing rapidly in the Indian market, especially in the two-wheeler segment, with more than one new model being introduced. New start-up companies have given their best support in this field. Now the best start-up company in Goa, Kabira Mobility, today launched two new high-speed electric bikes, the KM3000 and the KM4000 in the domestic market.

The new KM3000, decorated with the most attractive appearance and powerful electric motor, costs Rs. And the KM4000 is priced at Rs 1,36,990 (Ex-Showroom, Goa). The company will begin booking the bikes from February 20, with the initial bikes being available for sale in 9 cities across the country. These include Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Goa and Dharwad. The company will soon begin distributing bikes.

Charging: The company offers two different charging modes on both the KM3000 and KM4000. In Eco mode, this bike takes about 6 and a half hours at full charge. At the same time, both bikes are charged up to 80 percent in just 50 minutes in Boost mode. These bikes can be easily charged by connecting them to a domestic power socket.

Speed: The KM3000 is a full fared sport bike and weighs 138kg, making this bike a maximum of 6000W of power. KM4000 weighing 147kg is a naked bike that produces 8000W power. The company uses BLDC electric motors on both bikes, allowing these bikes to reach a maximum speed of 120 km / h.

km4000 Electric Bike

Driving range: The company claims that the KM3000 delivers a driving range of about 60 to 120 kilometers under various road conditions. The KM4000 delivers a driving range of up to 150 kilometers. The company also provided LED lighting with Bluetooth connectivity on these bikes, you can connect these bikes to smartphones.

These bikes are designed for the young, while the company offers sporty and aerodynamic design for both bikes. So these bikes will give you a balanced and fast pace. These bikes compete directly with Revolt’s electric motorcycles in the Indian market, costing Rs 1.19 lakh.