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Exciting News: Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle Set to Launch in Nepal Soon

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Ultraviolette, a pioneer in electric mobility, is preparing to introduce its revolutionary F77 Electric Motorcycle in Nepal. Kedia International Pvt. Ltd., the official distributor for the Ultraviolette electric motorcycle in Nepal, is gearing up to unveil its highly anticipated electric motorcycle in the Nepalese market by mid-2024 or the end of 2024. However, the company has yet to confirm the exact launch date. With its sleek design, cutting-edge technology, and eco-friendly credentials, the F77 is poised to redefine the way we think about electric motorcycles.

The Ultraviolette F77 comes in three variants: Standard, Recon, and Space Edition, each boasting unique motor and battery configurations. However, it is expected that Ultraviolette Nepal will unveil the Standard model exclusively tailored for the Nepali market. 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 comes 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. 

What truly sets the Ultraviolette F77 apart is its array of cutting-edge features.  It draws inspiration from the F Series Jet, embodying its Aviation DNA and showcasing a dynamic stance forged through racing expertise. It gets an angular LED Headlight adorned with Ultra-V-shaped LED DRLs. Additionally, it sports a split seat setup complemented by a stylish LED taillamp at the rear. It's a symbol of progress, innovation, and sustainability wrapped up in a sleek, two-wheeled package. 

Equipped with a state-of-the-art touchscreen display, riders can seamlessly access a wealth of information, from performance metrics to navigation assistance. Furthermore, the F77 boasts an integrated mobile app that allows users to monitor their bike's status, track their rides, and even customize performance settings—all at their fingertips. Whether cruising through city streets or carving corners on the open road, the F77 commands attention at every turn.

In addition to its remarkable performance capabilities, the Ultraviolette F77 serves as a representation of prioritizing safety while riding. It boasts a braking setup with dual discs and comes equipped with Dual-Channel BOSCH ABS to elevate safety measures. Equipped with a robust electronic control unit (ECU) coupled with a six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU), it offers advanced stability control and precise handling. Additionally, its adaptive LED lighting system enhances visibility. 

Featuring impressive dimensions, the Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle offers a generous 160mm ground clearance, while its weight varies from 197kg to 207kg. With a wheelbase spanning 1340mm, it delivers a balanced and controlled riding experience. The motorcycle comes fitted with substantial 17-inch tyres, featuring 110/70-section in the front and 150/60-section in the rear. With a top speed exceeding 140 km/h (87 mph) and accelerating from 0 to 60 km/h (0-37 mph) in less than 3 seconds, the Ultraviolette F77 isn't just eco-friendly - it's a thrill-seeker's dream.

The Ultraviolette F77 price in Nepal is expected to be around NRs. 10 Lakhs. It will be available in three different colour options: Silver, Grey, and Red. Each variant will feature the unique riding modes: Glide, Combat, and Ballistic. In a world where innovation reigns supreme, the Ultraviolette F77 Electric Motorcycle stands tall as a beacon of progress. With its potent performance, striking design, and cutting-edge technology, it's more than just a bike - it's a statement.

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