Rev up your engines for the Aera – Matter Motorcycles’ bold new electric streetfighter ready for bookings in 25 Indian cities!

  • Matter Motorcycles is launching its first electric motorbike, the Aera, with a registration window opening on May 17th in 25 cities across India.
  • The Aera features a sporty and functional design with a 5kWh fixed battery, 10kW motor, and a claimed range of 125km, making it an attractive option for younger buyers looking for an eco-friendly and stylish ride.

Matter Motorcycles, an Ahmedabad-based electric motorbike manufacturer, has announced a booking date for its initial offering, the Aera. The registration window for 25 cities and districts throughout India will begin on May 17th, including Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Krishna, Bengaluru, Mysore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Mumbai, and others.

Matter has priced the Aera e-motorcycle at Rs. 1.44 lakh (ex-showroom, Ahmedabad) as an initial deal. Buyers interested in the AERA 5000 and AERA 5000+ versions can also register. The Matter e-motorcycle is designed in the style of a streetfighter with youthful stylistic influences. It has a sporty and functional appearance and is aimed at a younger generation of purchasers.

The Matter Aera has a bold front with an LED headlight, sharp side panels, and a split-seat configuration. Its trellis frame is exposed slightly, and the engine and battery are snuggled in the core. The alloys on the Matter EV are also distinctive.

The Aera is powered by a 5kWh fixed battery coupled to a 10kW motor. It even has a four-speed gearbox to provide a similar experience to a petrol bike and a claimed range of 125km. The Aera, like many other EVs, has three riding modes: eco, city, and sport, as well as a completely digital instrument console with smartphone connectivity for navigation, calls and message alerts, riding statistics, keyless operation, and OTA updates.

There is now only one reliable and inexpensive electric motorcycle on the market in India, and that is the Revolt RV 400.

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