Oben Rorr EV
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Oben EV recently launched its first electric bike in India. The company’s maiden product is called the Oben Rorr, and the prices for the same start at Rs 99,999, ex-showroom Maharashtra (after FAME II and state government subsidies). The new Oben Rorr EV is a good looking e-bike and this Indian electric bike is claimed to run up to 200 km on a full charge. Here are all the details about it.

Price and Availability 

The price of the new Oben Rorr electric bike starts at Rs 99,999, ex-showroom Maharashtra (after FAME II and state government subsidies). However, in general, it has been priced at Rs 1.25 lakh, ex-showroom pan-India. Bookings for this electric bike are already open while the company says that deliveries will begin in July this year.

Battery, Range and Charging Time

The new Oben Rorr EV gets a 4.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that is housed in an aluminium case. The company claims that it can go up to 200 km on a full charge in ideal conditions and 150 km in real-world scenarios. Talking about charging time, the EV maker says that this new electric bike can be fully charged in just 2 hours.

Electric Motor and Performance

In terms of performance, the Oben Rorr electric bike gets an electric motor that has a peak power rating of 10 kW. It churns out 62 Nm of peak torque. Also, the company claims that it will do 0-40 kmph in just 3 seconds. The Oben Rorr EV has three riding modes, Eco, Normal, and Sport. Moreover, this electric bike has a top speed of 100 kmph.

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By News Desk

Team News Desk of The Automotive Blog

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