Startup Pure EV all set to Launch its First E-motorcycle ‘ETRYST 350’

Startup Pure EV all set to Launch its First E-motorcycle ‘ETRYST 350’

IIT Hyderabad hatched EV startup, Pure EV is going to launch its first-ever electric motorcycle, ETRYST 350. The all new e-motorcycle is scheduled to hit the roads on Independence Day (Aug 15) at a price that would be “economical in comparison with conventional motorcycles with similar pickup and power”.

Around 50 demo vehicles are to be deployed by March-end across the country, would be available for test drives at specific outlets. E-motorcycle would be launched first in Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Pune, following more outlets by the year-end.

Speaking on their achievement, the Co-founder and CEO, Rohit Vadera stated, “With ETRYST 350, we want to make a mark in the domestic EV industry with competitive pricing point in comparison with premium motorcycles.”

“We are also upgrading our after-sales service network and to enhance our service capabilities with the invention of devices like ‘Batrics Faraday’ providing remote battery service capability and comprehensive technicians training programs,” Rohit added.

The e-motorcycle, ETRYST 350, gives a top speed of 85 Kmph with most Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) motorbikes. A single full charge will provide a range of 120 km, till the battery has to be charged again. The vehicle comes with a 3.5 kWh Li-ion battery with a five-year warranty, that is developed by the company itself.

Talking about the e-motorcycle, “The launch of this motorcycle is a demonstration of our significant learnings in powertrain design and development at our R&D center”, remarked the Founder, PURE EV, and associate professor, department of mechanical and aerospace engineering, IIT-H, Nishanth Dongari, on Thursday.

The company claims that extensive trials and testing are currently under process for the bike and they are confident of delivering a high-performance bike concerning the existing range of ICE motorcycles and help to turn customers towards EVs.

Earlier in January 2021, Pure EV came up with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system named ‘BaTRics Faraday’ that can detect and repair issues in the Lithium-Ion battery of its Electric Two-Wheelers (E2Ws).

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