Cyborg debuts Bob-e, an electric dirt bike in India
Cyborg debuts Bob-e, an electric dirt bike in India

Recently Ignitron Motocorp Pvt. Ltd., is all set to manufacture and supply customized vehicles, in the other hand on last Friday unveiled its second electric dirt bike Bob-e which is a dirtbike in its segment. The electric motorcycle looks chunky and claims to have been designed with eco-friendly technology.The EV company claims that the Cyborg Bob-e electric motorcycle comes with artificial intelligence-enabled technology and enhanced safety features.

The EV startup also claims that this electric dirtbike has been designed for the young generation consumers. It will be available in two different colour options - Black and Red.

Talking about the design of the electric bike, it looks very appealing and like something out of a science fiction film. The sportbike is packed with A 2.88 kWh lithium-ion battery, It has a peak speed of 85 kmph and a range of up to 110 kilometres.

It also sports a digital instrument cluster that displays a variety of data. Eco, Normal, and Sport are the three riding modes available. For the comfort of the rider, it also has reverse mode and cruise control.

The interesting thing is that The lithium-ion battery is portable, weatherproof, and safe to touch. This battery covers backup for up to five hours if it is fully charged. A 15 amp Fast Home Charger is included with the bike. This allows you to charge the bike at home using a 15 amp outlet. The electric bike's suspension system, which comprises telescopic front forks and a fully adjustable mono-shock absorber at the back, is said to provide a comfortable ride.

Raghav Kalra, founder of Ignitron Motocorp Pvt. Ltd., spoke about the new electric bike's unveiling. Bob-e will offer a full package for the brand's customers who want a small and pleasant riding experience with cutting-edge technology, according to Ltd.

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