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One Electric launched the Kridin motorcycle recently in the Indian market. The Kridin electric motorcycle retails at Rs 1.29 lakh, ex-showroom. The company has now announced that the deliveries of the motorcycle have begun in Bangalore and Hyderabad.
The company will be making a staggered and phase-wise expansion of electric motorcycle sales throughout the country. One electric will soon begin the expansion of its sales starting in Tamilnadu and Kerala.
Speaking about the motorcycle, the Kridin features a 5.5kW hub-mounted electric motor paired to a 3kWh lithium-ion battery. The electric powertrain produces a peak torque output of over 160Nm. It can accelerate from 0 to 60km/h in eight seconds and continue to reach a top speed of 95km/h.
It is claimed to be the fastest motorcycle that is Made-in-India. This is because none of its rivals can reach a top speed of 95km/h. The motorcycle features two riding modes: Eco and Normal. In Eco mode, the motorcycle features a range of up to 110 kilometres. While on Normal mode it can travel a maximum of up to 80 kilometres. The charge times are rated between 4 and 5 hours for a full charge.
The motorcycle features a neo-retro design with round-shaped headlamps a long tank that houses the electronics, a single-piece flat seat, rear grab rails, up-right handlebar. Other features include an oval-shaped tail lamp and circular turn signal indicators. The round-shaped rear-view mirrors add to the retro styling of the motorcycle.
The headlamp is a halogen and so it the tail lamps. The motorcycle also features a fully-digital instrument console, (DRLs) Daytime Running Lights, a mobile phone holder. The company is also offering an optional connectivity feature with onboard navigation.
Suspension duties on the motorcycle are handled by a hydraulic telescopic fork at the front and twin-shock absorber setup at the rear. Braking is done via 240mm and 220mm disc brakes at the front and rear, respectively. The motorcycle also features a combined braking system for enhanced safety.
The company is also expected to launch a base-spec version of the Kridin motorcycle called the ‘R'. It will feature a lower-spec 2kW motor with a top speed of 75km/h. It is expected to arrive sometime during next year.
The company aims to price the upcoming electric motorcycle under the Rs 1 lakh mark. It will be primarily targeted towards last-mile connectivity, fleet operators and bike taxis.
Thoughts About The One Electric Kridin Motorcycle Deliveries Starting In India
The One Electric Kridin motorcycle offers a practical range making it suitable for everyday use. The Kridin is one among the few electric motorcycles that are currently available in the country. The Kridin rivals the Revolt RV300 and the RV400 and the Odysse Evoqis.