Revolutionary Move: Royal Enfield to Launch Its First Electric Motorcycle in Collaboration with Stark Future

  • Royal Enfield’s Managing Director has confirmed the company is developing an electric motorcycle in collaboration with Stark Future, with an investment of almost Rs 450 crores.
  • The electric motorcycle is anticipated to make its public appearance within the next two years and is expected to mark Royal Enfield’s entry into the future of propulsion technology.
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The ‘thump’ is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Royal Enfield. In a recent development, Royal Enfield’s Managing Director, Siddhartha Lal, has stated that the company is working on an electric motorcycle.

It’s also worth noting that Royal Enfield’s forthcoming electric motorcycle is being developed in collaboration with Stark Future. Furthermore, the Indian two-wheeler company has invested almost Rs 450 crores in Stark Future.

While Royal Enfield has yet to share any additional details about their future electric motorcycle, we anticipate that it will make its public appearance within the next two years.

Furthermore, we anticipate that Royal Enfield will debut its first electric motorcycle around 2025, which we believe will be a better period for electric motorcycles because more people would likely choose electric automobiles. Furthermore, Royal Enfield will have plenty of time to produce a well-rounded package for its clients with its impending electric motorbike by researching current electric motorcycles such as the Ultraviolette F77, Tork Kratos, and others.

When it comes to electric motorcycles from traditional motorcycle manufacturers, Harley-Davidson created a new brand called LiveWire for their electric motorcycles. In fact, the LiveWire One, the company’s first motorcycle, does not even sport the Harley Davidson emblem. A liquid-cooled electric motor with 103bhp peak power and 116Nm peak torque drives the LiveWire One.

Furthermore, this Harley-Davidson electric motorcycle has numerous ride modes for improved flexibility to the rider’s preferences. That so, we don’t expect Royal Enfield to knock on LiveWire’s door with its future electric motorcycle because the two companies cater to quite distinct consumer bases.

With the introduction of Royal Enfield’s electric motorcycle in India, the company will not only enter a new market controlled by startups, but it will also enter the alleged future propulsion technology.

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