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Pure EV etryst 350 electric bike launched in India; Check features here

Influenced by the 'Make in India' initiative, this bike has been designed, developed and manufactured at its center in Hyderabad.

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New Delhi: Electric two-wheeler company Pure EV has launched its first electric motorcycle Pure EV Etryst 350 in the Indian market. The company has given this bike such a look that you will think of it as a petrol bike. The special thing is that the bike is 140 km. Offers a range of up to It is also no less than any petrol bike in terms of speed. It has been brought in three color options – Blue, Black and Red. Influenced by the ‘Make in India’ initiative, this bike has been designed, developed and manufactured at its center in Hyderabad.

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Range of 140KM

The Pure EV ETRYST 350 electric motorcycle is powered by a 3.5kWh battery. Once fully charged, this battery can travel up to 140 km. Offers a range of up to The top speed of the bike is 85 kms. is per hour. The load capacity of the bike is 150 kg. 5 years / 50 thousand km on the in-house battery pack given in the company bike. Offering warranty up to Rs. The company claims that the performance of the ETRYST 350 electric motorcycle is comparable to that of a 150cc motorcycle.

The price of this electric motorcycle has been kept at Rs 154,999 (ex-showroom). Initially it will be made available in metro cities and tier-1 cities. It will be sold through the company’s 100 dealerships. It gets three drive modes – Drive, Crossover, and Thrill. Where its range reaches 60KM in drive mode, 75KM in crossover and 85KM in thrill.

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