India's first electric cruiser will be introduced this week


India's first electric cruiser will get 200 km range on a single charge, will be priced up to Rs 1.20 lakh Komaki is going to present its Ranger electric cruiser in the market in India this week. The company shared official information about the Ranger electric bike, in which its design has been told.

The Komaki Ranger e-cruiser will be India's first battery-powered e-cruiser bike. It will have a 4 kWh battery pack, which is claimed to be one of the largest battery packs offered in an electric two-wheeler in India. The company claims that its new electric bike will get a range of more than 200 km in a single charge bike. Apart from this, this cruiser electric bike will have features like cruise control, repair switch, reverse switch, Bluetooth and an advanced braking system.

The Komaki Ranger comes with a unique cruiser design. At first glance, it looks like a slightly modified version of the Bajaj Avenger. However, its special design elements are easily visible. The motorcycle gets retro-themed round LED headlamps decorated with shiny chrome. It gets dual chrome garnished round-shaped auxiliary lamps. The headlamps get retro-themed side indicators.

The wide handlebar, single-pod instrument cluster, glossy chrome-treated display on the fuel tank are the Bajaj Avenger-like design elements. The rider seat faces down while the backrest is provided to ensure a comfortable experience for the rear passenger.

The hard panniers on both sides indicate that the motorcycle has been developed with a focus on long-distance riding capability. There is a round-shaped taillight with side indicators. Other design elements include features like leg guard, faux exhaust, black alloy wheels. The ex-showroom price of the motorcycle could be between Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.20 lakh.

Apart from this, Komaki also sells many other electric scooters and bikes whose ex-showroom price ranges between Rs.30,000 to Rs.1 lakh.


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