The rising inflation in Pakistan has led many citizens to consider transitioning from cars to bikes as a more practical and affordable mode of transportation. However, the soaring fuel prices are also making traditional motorcycles an impractical option. United Auto Industries (PVT.) LTD. has taken this as an opportunity and recently introduced three new electric bike models to its lineup.
The first model, Revolt, is an entry-level electric commuter bike designed with a conventional 70CC bike style, alloy wheels, and a rear electric motor. The 1500-watt motor is paired with a 48-Volt battery that can reach a maximum range of 75 kilometers on a single charge and has a top speed of 80 kilometers per hour on the road. The bike is priced at Rs. 253,000, and deliveries will commence this week.
The second model, Spark, is a mid-range electric commuter bike with a conventional 100CC bike design. The rear-wheel drive bike has a 2000-watt electric motor and is paired with a 48-Volt battery that allows for a maximum range of 85 kilometers on a single charge and a top speed of 90 kilometers per hour. Like Revolt, Spark is equipped with a front disc brake, alloy wheels, inverted telescopic front suspension, and clutchless drive. Spark is priced at Rs. 265,000, and deliveries will also begin this week.
The third model, Bullet, is the range-topping electric commuter bike designed with a conventional 125CC bike style. Like Spark, Bullet also has a 2000-watt electric motor that drives the rear wheel, but it is paired with a bigger 72-Volt battery that allows for a maximum range of 95 kilometers on a single charge and a top speed of 100 kilometers per hour. Bullet, like the other two models, has a front disc brake, alloy wheels, inverted telescopic front suspension, and clutchless drive. It is priced at Rs. 288,000, and deliveries will also begin this week.
These new electric bikes from United provide a practical and cost-effective solution to the rising inflation and fuel prices in Pakistan. The bikes offer major improvements over conventional motorcycles and are available at reasonable prices. With these attributes, the new electric bikes from United are expected to gain popularity quickly.