Greenvolt Mantis Motorcyclediaries

The Greenvolt Mantis electric bike is powered by a 250W motor and does not require a licence to ride

Ahmedabad based electric EV startup Greenvolt Mobility has launched their first electric bike in the Indian market, the Mantis. Greenvolt Mantis has been priced at Rs 37,999. The pre-bookings for Mantis has been started for a token amount of Rs 999. Pre-booked e-bikes will be sold for Rs 34,999, a Rs 3000 discount and after the opening of the dealerships, the price will go up to Rs 37,999.

Greenvolt Mantis Motorcyclediaries

At present, Greenvolt Mantis is available only in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The company will launch the e-bike in Mumbai on 22nd December 2019 and in Bangalore on 5th January 2020. Not only in these cities but Greenvolt will expand into major cities like Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Pune in the coming months.

Greenvolt Mantis Motorcyclediaries

The #Nochallan e-bike gets this moniker because it is propelled by a 250W mid-mounted electric motor which can go up to a top speed of 25 kmph. The battery pack is a lithium-ion battery pack which weighs 3.5 kg and can be charged to 100% capacity in just 2.5 hours. Mantis got a range of about 50 km in a single charge which makes it the best deal for school and college students as well as office goers. Another important bit is that the battery pack is removable the customers can charge it in their home or office.

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The customer do not need to register the Mantis e-bike at the RTO as it does not require one. On top of that, no insurance is needed. All you have to do is pay the amount and ride back home.

Greenvolt Mantis Motorcyclediaries

The company is planning to open 60 sales and service stations by June 2020 in all the major cities. Mantis e-bike is completely designed and developed in India and even most of the manufacturing is also heavily localised. The Mantis will help the company to create the first steps in the ladder for the faster adoption of the electric vehicles.

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