Komaki Ranger, India's first electric cruiser bike to break cover this week

There is a piece of good news for bike lovers because this week Komaki, an electric vehicle manufacturer has planned the launch of its Ranger electric cruiser on the market. The Ranger electric bike was also earlier unveiled a few days ago, and the new ebike's design details are also available.

The Ranger e-cruiser will be the country's first battery-powered cruiser to hit the market. It will be equipped with a four-kilowatt battery pack, which is claimed to be one of the largest in an electric two-wheeler in India. The 5,000-watt motor in this battery pack will be charged.

The company hinted that their upcoming electric bike will have a battery range of over 200 kilometres in a single charge, which is impressive by any measure, but only a real-world road test will be able to put these claims to the test. Cruise control, a repair switch, a reverse switch, Bluetooth, and an upgraded brake system will all be available on the cruiser electric bike.

The model's price will be revealed in a few days, and the company promises that the whole cost of this battery-powered cruiser will be maintained low enough to make it a mainstream product. "There are a few details to be worked out, but we've opted to keep the price low." "We want everyone, especially the average man, to know how much fun it is to ride a high-quality cruiser built in India," said Gunjan Malhotra, Director, Komaki Electric Division.

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