These powerful country electric bikes have joined the Goa Police team, with a range of 150km / h and charge in minutes

Kabira Mobility, the country’s leading electric vehicle startup company, recently launched two of its bikes, the KM3000 and the KM4000 in the domestic market. The company has announced that both the bikes are now included in the Goa Police Department. According to information, the electric bikes were handed over to Goa Police DGP Mukesh Kumar Meena.

Kabira Mobility is a Goa based start-up company and we can tell you that both these bikes are fully Made-in India. Both bikes are fast becoming popular, with just over 5,000 units booked just four days after launch. The company is delivering these bikes. These electric bikes will not only be used by Goa police, but will soon be included in the squad of other state police departments.

How to Bikes:

The new KM3000 is priced at Rs 1,26,990 and the KM4000 is priced at Rs 1,36,990 (Ex-showroom, Goa). 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 to fully charge. On the other hand, in Boost mode, both bikes charge up to 80 percent in just 50 minutes. These bikes can be easily charged by connecting them to a domestic power socket.

The KM3000 is a full fair sport bike and its weight is 138kg, making this bike a maximum of 6000W of power. At the same time, with a weight of 147kg, the KM4000 is a naked bike producing 8000W of power. The company uses the BLDC electric motor on both bikes, so these bikes can accelerate to a maximum of 120 kilometers per hour.

Driving range:

The company claims that the KM3000 delivers a driving range of around 60 to 120 kilometers under various road conditions. On the other hand, the KM4000 offers a driving range of up to 150 km. The company has sporty and aerodynamic design for both bikes. These bikes give you balanced and fast speeds.

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