Motovolt Launches Next Generation URBN E-Bike: Time to Ride License-Free

Motovolt URBN is powered by a BIS-approved replaceable battery that is safe and simple to charge.

Priced at just Rs 49999/-, Motovolt URBN is a feature rich, a smart e-bike with zero emissions for urban Indians.

Motovolt Mobility Pvt Ltd In the presence of Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma, Indian Politician and Member of Parliament from West Delhi Lok Sabha Constituency, announced the introduction of URBN, a feature-rich, smart e-bike, at the Constitution Club in New Delhi.

The URBN e-bike is an appealingly priced, zero-emissions e-bike that represents the aspirations and confidence of modern Indian youth. It is also specifically engineered for enhanced riding comfort.

It does not require a licence or registration to own and ride, and it comes with a slew of features that make it an excellent pick for today’s generation. Motovolt URBN may be reserved for INR 999/- on the company’s website and at over 100 physical retail locations.

Motovolt URBN is powered by a BIS-approved replaceable battery that is safe and simple to charge. It incorporates a pedal assist sensor and several riding modes to accommodate peddling or automatic ride preferences.

It also has an ignition key switch, a handle-lock, and other features. URBN requires no licence or registration, letting passengers to enjoy hassle-free, environmentally friendly journeys. Motovolt URBN bookings are now open @ Rs 999.

Many industry leaders attended the event. A panel discussion was held between Dr. Ravindra Kumar, Chief Scientist, Transportation Planning and Environment Division CSIR – Central Road Research Institute, Mr. Ajay Sharma, Secretary General Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles, Mr. Raja Kishore, Chief Operating Officer at CSC Grameen eStore.

Mr. Ashwani Mahajan, Professor, Author, Columnist, Social Activist National Co-Convenor Swadeshi Jagran Manch, Mr. Vinod Kumar Yadav, Deputy Commissioner – EV Cell and Mr. Manohar Bethapudi, Head Growth and Corporate Strategy Motovolt discussing the growth of the EV ecosystem, future of micro-mobility in the country, challenges and opportunities.

The Indian government and several state governments have taken significant initiatives to encourage electric vehicles in the country. There are Production-Linked-Incentives (PLI) programmes for EV manufacturers, and EV purchasers receive subsidies in many states.

Public EV charging stations and battery switching stations are being supported, and some cities are planning EV-only zones. These initiatives, together with additional EV-specific legislation and guidelines, are in the works to help establish the country’s safe and thriving EV environment.

“The Government of India has been dedicated to working towards promoting the EV industry in India, We have been focusing on assisting manufacturers who are innovating and developing high-quality, low-cost battery-powered travel solutions. We have introduced a number of schemes and initiatives, including Production Linked Incentives and EV purchase subsidies. It’s encouraging to see a young company like Motovolt succeed develop e-bikes, and I hope URBN will prove to be a great personal commute option for the younger commuters in cities all over India.”

said Shri Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma, Indian Politician and Member of Parliament from West Delhi Lok Sabha Constituency.
In recent years, climate change has rapidly emerged as a real-time existential threat. The need of the hour is an emission-free, cost-effective, and safe means of transportation that ensures a healthy environment for future generations.
EVs have emerged as a viable option for achieving the goal of sustainable commutes for all.
Electric buses, automobiles, or autos are perfect for shared mobility, but individual modes of local transportation that are battery-powered, safe, and convenient for all user groups are required. This is where Motovolt’s ‘URBN’ aspires to be the ideal riding partner for people of various backgrounds.

“Motovolt is committed to the cause of developing a pollution-free and sustainable future for all.” We discovered a market gap in the aspirational, comfortable, and fashionable individual urban commute. With the introduction of the URBN e-bicycle, we have produced the ideal solution for our customers. It is ideal for local commuting and has a range of 120 km on a full charge. It costs INR 49,999/- and can be purchased with simple EMIs. URBN is a smart e-bicycle with an integrated smartphone app that will transform the experience of a daily ride for office goers as well as college or school students in Indian towns and cities.”

Mr. Tushar Choudhary, Motovolt’s Founder and CEO, added,

About Motovolt:

Motovolt is one of India’s leading electric mobility brands, and it has developed a connected, purpose-built e-vehicle platform that is ideal for the domestic markets.
The system is powered by smart-EV technology and has in-house drivetrain design. The lithium-ion batteries used by Motovolt support fast charging. These are affordable, low maintenance, and can be used without registration or a vehicular license.
They can be remotely monitored, and advanced predictive maintenance is facilitated by the technology, leading to a superior customer experience.

As India’s first micro-mobility EV brand, Motovolt had earlier introduced a range of e-cycles, including:

  • HUM – A multi-utility e-cycle and the first such product in India
  • KIVO Standard – A smart and stylish bike
  • KIVO Easy – An affordable, easy ride for all
  • ICE – A convenient, foldable e-cycle
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