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Ultraviolette Set to Launch Its Latest Electric Motorcycle 'F77' in the Nepalese Market

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Ultraviolette Automotive, an Indian electric vehicle manufacturer, is set to enter the Nepalese market with the introduction of its high-performance electric motorcycle, the 'F77'. Kedia International Pvt. Ltd., the authorized distributor of Ultraviolette electric motorcycles in Nepal, has recently inaugurated its showroom located in Naxal, Kathmandu. The dealership is gearing up for the imminent launch of the F77 electric motorcycle and is making final preparations for its sale in the Nepalese market. With its blend of performance, style, and sustainability, it's not just a motorcycle; it's a glimpse into the future of riding.

The Ultraviolette F77 is available in three different versions: the Standard model, the Recon variant, and the Space Edition. It's anticipated that Ultraviolette Nepal will initially introduce the Standard Model of the F77 electric motorcycle. The Standard version is powered by a 27kW permanent magnet AC Motor that generates a max power of 36.2 PS and a max torque of 85 Nm. It is equipped with an extensive 7.1kWh SRB7 battery pack. It can achieve a full charge within 6-7 hours, providing an impressive range of 206 kilometres. All three versions are compatible with a 1.35kW standard charger and can be charged using a 3.3kW boost charger. 

At first glance, the F77 captivates with its striking design, sleek lines, aggressive stance, and premium finishes. The ultramodern F77 features a sporty design highlighted by its angular LED Headlight complemented by Ultra-V-shaped LED DRLs, a sleek LED taillamp, clip-on handlebars, a TFT console, a split seat configuration, and a range of other stylish elements. With a cutting-edge touchscreen display, riders can effortlessly access a plethora of data, from performance stats to navigation support. Moreover, the F77 features a built-in mobile app enabling users to oversee their bike's status, track rides, and personalize performance settings all with ease.

Electric motorcycles like the F77 come with their own set of safety considerations, particularly concerning battery management. Ultraviolette has addressed this with its intelligent Battery Management System (BMS), which monitors various parameters like temperature, voltage, and current to ensure optimal performance and safety at all times. It also features dual disc brakes and dual-channel BOSCH ABS for heightened safety. With a powerful electronic control unit (ECU) and a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU), it delivers advanced stability control and precise handling. Furthermore, its adaptive LED lighting system improves safety during nighttime rides.

Boasting impressive dimensions, the Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle provides ample ground clearance of 160mm and weighs between 197kg to 207kg. Its wheelbase stretches 1340mm, ensuring a well-balanced and stable ride. Equipped with robust 17-inch tyres - 110/70-section in the front and 150/60-section in the rear - the F77 guarantees excellent traction and control. Accelerating from 0 to 60 km/h (0-37 mph) in under 3 seconds and reaching a top speed of over 140 km/h (87 mph), the Ultraviolette F77 isn't just environmentally friendly; it's a thrill-seeker's ultimate machine. The TFT instrument cluster on the F77 features a 5-inch display.

The Ultraviolette F77 price in Nepal is expected to be around NRs. 10 Lakhs. The precise pricing details for the Ultraviolette Electric Motorcycle F77 have not been disclosed yet. These details will be unveiled at the time of its imminent launch. It will be available in three different colour options: Silver, Grey, and Red. Each variant will feature three unique riding modes: Glide, Combat, and Ballistic, each specifically designed to provide different power levels and range capacities. With its cutting-edge design, electrifying performance, and eco-conscious ethos, it represents the future of electric motorcycling. 

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