Ultraviolette additionally plans to arrange charging stations everywhere in the nation by 2024.
Ultraviolette has launched its debut product, the F77, in India and, in the mean time, it’s the costliest and strongest electrical two-wheeler in the marketplace. On the launch of the F77 electrical bike, the corporate additionally previewed its future plans, which embody organising its personal devoted charging infrastructure in India by 2024.
- Public charging infrastructure to be operational by 2024
- Three new EVs to be launched by 2025
- Ultraviolette world exports to start by 2030
Ultraviolette Automotive future plans, electrical fashions: particulars
Ultraviolette has much more up its sleeve and a glimpse of what we are able to count on from it sooner or later was given to us proper earlier than the launch of the F77. In a video presentation on the F77 launch, Ultraviolette has teased plans to arrange charging stations throughout India by 2024, though when it will begin stays to be seen. Presently, solely Ather and Ola have their very own fast-charging networks operational, with the latter’s solely simply having begun to activate its community.
Ultraviolette additionally teased what fashions may comply with sooner or later and they’re as numerous as they’re quite a few. Three new two-wheelers have been teased, one in all which seems to be an electrical motard-esque bare bike full with saddlebags and a small entrance fairing. This bike is sort of prone to be primarily based on the identical platform because the F77. The opposite two seem like smaller, metropolis oriented merchandise with the final one seeming like a novel tackle an city mobility answer. The corporate additionally claims that it plans to start out exporting its merchandise everywhere in the world by 2030.
It bears mentioning that these merchandise are merely a digital render at this level and Ultraviolette has solely simply launched its first EV after an enormous delay. There’s nonetheless so much for the Bengaluru primarily based start-up firm to execute earlier than we are able to begin to count on future merchandise to go on sale.