This Made In India Company Launches India's Fastest Electric Superbike: Ultraviolette (265 Kmph Speed!)


Radhika Kajarekar

Radhika Kajarekar

Nov 11, 2023


Bengaluru-based electric vehicle manufacturer Ultraviolette has unveiled its latest electric motorcycle, the F99, at the prestigious EICMA 2023 event, marking the company’s entry into the world of racing motorcycles.

This Made In India Company Launches India's Fastest Electric Superbike: Ultraviolette (265 Kmph Speed!)

Here are all the details about the new motorcycle!

Ultraviolette Launches F99 Electric Bike: All You Need To Know!

F99: Specifications

The F99 features a liquid-cooled powertrain with a top speed of 265 kmph and a kerb weight of 178 kilograms, striking a balance between lightness and stability.

The race-spec version showcased at EICMA is equipped with a new liquid-cooled motor, delivering a peak power of 120 bhp (90 kW). It accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in just 3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 265 kmph.

Advanced aerodynamics, including electronically-actuated winglets and ducts on the front cowl and side panels, enhance downforce during cornering, adapting in real-time to varying lean angles.

The fully-faired electric motorcycle boasts a futuristic design with sharp panels, carbon fiber elements, and an integrated air windshield. Two front cowl ducts improve motor performance by channeling air effectively.

Global Launch Plans:

Ultraviolette plans to launch the F99 sportsbike globally in 2025, with the F99 Factory Racing Program extending beyond racing to include the production version. The global market entry is expected to be accompanied by a price tag of around Rs 8 lakh (ex-showroom).

Expansion to the European Market:

Ultraviolette Automotive announces the availability of the F77 electric motorcycle in Europe, priced between 9,000 to 11,000 Euros. Registrations for the European variant open on November 15, 2023, and it shares performance figures with the F77 Space Edition launched earlier.

Track-Optimized Design:

The F99, designed explicitly for track use, features slick tires, a mirrorless design, and lacks provisions for a registration plate holder. Drawing inspiration from fighter jets, its distinctive appearance includes prominent winglets and signature Ultraviolette lighting.

Technological Advancements:

The F99 incorporates advanced technology, with weight-saving measures such as carbon fiber bodywork, resulting in a reduced weight of 178 kilograms. Active aerodynamics include an ‘air windshield’ and an electronically-actuated ‘Air-Blade’ to enhance airflow and downforce during cornering.

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