Electric two-wheeler manufacturing startup, Revamp Moto has commenced the production of the first 120 bikes called the RM Buddie 25 at India’s first micro-factory in Nasik, Maharashtra.
Built completely in-house from the ground up, the company says that the Buddie is being manufactured keeping in mind the customers looking to purchase a two-wheeler EV with multiple uses allowing it to help them conduct business efficiently while on the move.
Pritesh Mahajan, CEO and Co-founder of Revamp Moto, said, “As a brand, Revamp Moto spent over 3 years in R&D to develop the blueprint of one of India’s fastest swappable and customisable EVs for India’s micro-entrepreneurial community. The RM Buddie 25 and Revamp ecosystem will be a source to empower micro-entrepreneurs of all kinds making their lives simpler by allowing them to conduct their business efficiently on the go.”
The facility has the capacity to produce 25,000 units and Revamp Moto is looking at delivering the first set of 120 bikes to its customers from November.
Travelling over 70km, on a single charge, the RM Buddie 25 can carry up to 120 kg including the weight of the driver.
The bike comes with 5 swappable attachments like a saddle bag, an insulated bag, an insulated box, a carrier and an additional rear seat. These attachments will fulfil almost all the needs of hardworking micro-entrepreneurs like vegetable sellers, small independent e-commerce retailers, etc. who conduct business on the go.