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Founded in 2017, Yatri Motorcycles is a Nepal based Electric Vehicle company that launched Project Zero an E-Bike with a 230 Km range. The E-Bike design incorporates a Lithium-Nickel-Manganese battery pack holding 8kWh of energy, which gives it this incredible range.
The biggest problem plaguing E-Bikes is range, mainly due to limited space on the frame to safely store and carry battery packs. Project Zero in the renders shown on the website, appears to make efficient use of its design to conceal the battery pack. The E-Bike features a 48 kW (64hp) Electric Motor that generate 650 Nm of torque, helping the bike reach 0 to 60 kms in 2.5 seconds.
The Bike will feature a 7'' TFT display with over the air updates via in-built 4G connectivity. It has an in-built 3.3kW onboard charger capable of delivering a full charge in 2 hrs.
Yatri Motorcycles is accepting reservations for Project Zero on its website.