Electric bikes have advanced significantly and are no longer limited to slow-speed models with limited range. The last few years, particularly 2022, have been excellent for the electric two-wheeler industry, with sales boosted by many new companies.
The year 2023 is expected to be much better for both consumers and the auto industry, as several companies, including existing two-wheeler behemoths like Bajaj, Yamaha, and KTM, are expected to launch electric bikes in India in 2023.
Ultraviolette F77 – the electric superbike
The Ultraviolette F77 is a premium electric bike that was unveiled in November 2022, with a starting price of 3.8 lakh. It will be the one of the most expensive electric bikes in the country when it hits the market this year. The bike is aimed at those looking for a sporty electric superbike. It has a top speed of 152 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 in 2.9 seconds. The bike is said to have a range of up to 307 kilometres.
Electric Bike Ola
Following the launch of the S1 series of electric scooters, Bhavish Aggarwal’s Ola Electric is preparing to launch another electric bike in India. The company is reportedly planning to launch an electric scooter in 2023, and Aggarwal even asked Twitter users what type of bike style they preferred.
Oben Rorr: The sporty bike
The Oben Rorr is another sporty electric bike that will be available in 2023. The Bengaluru-based startup claims that it has received 17,000 reservations for the Rs. 99,999 electric bike. The electric bike is said to have a top speed of 100 km/h and a range of 150 kilometres on a single charge. Test rides will be available in the first half of 2023.
KTM E-Duke: Going long distance
Following the success of the Bajaj Chetak electric scooter, Bajaj plans to launch the KTM E-Duke in India in 2023. The electric bike will be available in the first half of 2023. The bike is expected to have a 5.5 kW battery and a nominal power of 10kW. It will have a range of 100 kilometres on a single charge.
Suzuki Burgman electric scooter
Suzuki, a Japanese manufacturer, has decided to release an electric scooter in January 2023 that will be identical to its ICE vehicle. The electric vehicle will have two riding motors and a range of 60-80 kilometres with a motor power of 4kW. The company is also very particular about the vehicle’s colours. Suzuki is the most trusted brand in India, having been in business for a long time.
Husqvarna E-Pilen: A Bajaj product
The Husqvarna E-Pilen is yet another electric bike from Bajaj. Husqvarna’s parent company, Bajaj, is expected to launch the company’s electric scooter in India in 2023. It will have the same battery and motor as the KTM E-Duke. The electric bike is expected to have a sporty appearance and a range of 100 kilometres on a single charge.
Raptee Electric Bike
Raptee is another company that plans to launch an electric bike in India in 2023. The electric bike from the company was spotted earlier this year and is expected to be released in the first half of 2023. The bike will have a top speed of 135 km/h and a range of 150 km on a single charge.
The Hero Electric AE-47
The Hero Electric AE-47, which was on display at the Auto Expo 2020, is set to make its debut in 2023. The electric bike is expected to have a swappable battery, allowing users to easily replace the battery when it runs out of power. The bike should have a range of 150 kilometres on a single charge.
BMW CE 04 electric scooter
BMW Motorrad currently only sells CE 04 electric scooters in its international markets. It was first introduced in the European market in 2021. The liquid-cooled, permanently excited synchronous motor in the electric scooter produces 42hp and 62Nm of torque. In addition, the motor is paired with an 8.9kWh battery. The vehicle’s top speed is 120kmph, compared to the world’s fastest range of 130km.
Bajaj Chetak Electric scooter
Bajaj Chetak has been on Indian roads since time immemorial, and this new version of the electric scooter with an affordable price will have technical specifications such as a battery capacity of 3kWh with an IP-67 rating, and can travel 95 kilometres on one charge, taking five hours to charge. The scooter has a top speed of 78 kilometres per hour.
Vespa Elettrica scooter
The vehicle resembles the ICE Vespa in appearance, and it is designed with rough terrain and fun in mind. We must wait for the complete information to be revealed. This concludes our discussion; we hope you enjoyed the list; if you notice any other vehicles that we have overlooked, please leave a comment below and we will add them to our list as soon as possible.