Indian electric vehicle manufacturer Ultraviolette has introduced a new electric superbike, named the F99, at the ongoing EICMA 2023 event in Milan, Italy. As per a TOI report, the F99, currently in its concept stage, is a fully-faired motorcycle that claims to be the fastest electric bike produced in India, with a top speed of 265 kmph.
Powered by a liquid-cooled motor, the Ultraviolette F99 generates a maximum power output of 120 hp, enabling it to accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in just 3 seconds. Weighing 178 kg, the F99 features active aerodynamics inspired by supersonic fighter jets, incorporating carbon fibre panels and winglets. Ultraviolette plans to launch the F99 globally in 2025.
Niraj Rajmohan, Co-Founder & CTO of Ultraviolette, expressed his enthusiasm about the F99 Factory Racing Platform, stating that it showcases the company’s commitment to leading the way in global EV innovation. Ultraviolette aims to provide cutting-edge technology and unmatched riding experiences, both on the track and on the open road. The introduction of the F99 marks a significant milestone for Ultraviolette as it enters the European market.
In addition to the F99, Ultraviolette has also launched the F77 electric motorcycle in Europe, with deliveries slated to begin in the second quarter of 2024. The Euro-spec F77 comes in three variants – Shadow, Laser, and Airstrike. Equipped with a 40 hp electric motor and a 10.3 kWh battery pack, the F77 offers a maximum torque of 100 Nm. The price of the F77 in the European market ranges from €9,000 to €11,000, which converts to approximately Rs 8.03 lakh to Rs 9.81 lakh in Indian currency.