A Bengaluru-based electric bike start-up has launched a high-power motorcycle this week, priced on par with 300cc petrol-powered bikes. This breaks the misnomer that electric vehicles (EVs) will always be priced at a premium over their petrol counterparts.The all-electric Ultraviolette F77 priced at Rs 3 lakh hits a top speed of 147 km per hour while the BMW G310 GS priced at Rs 2.99 lakh has a top speed of 143 km per hour.Will this change the way buyers look at EVs given that a part of the price will contain government subsidy? What if the incentives are to be reduced over time as China has done?Close More on this later in the copy but here is a complete round-up of all the important headlines in the auto space this week. related news Not a fee hike, what JNU needs is a alumni funding network Apple bans vaping apps from App Store Airtel & Vodafone oppose IUC removal even as industry, TRAI favour new regime: Report Honda launches the first motorcycle with BS-VI techHonda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) on November 14 launched a new BS VI-compliant bike SP 125 with price starting at Rs 72,900 (ex-showroom Delhi).The new bike replaces… Read full this story
- Simon Cowell hospitalised for surgery on broken back after falling off his electric bike in Malibu
- CBS3 SummerFest At Home: Cruise Into Summer With An Electric Bike
- X Factor's Simon Cowell Hospitalised With Broken Back After Electric Bike Crash
- Genovation's electric Corvette priced from $750,000
- Simon Cowell rushed to hospital after breaking his back falling off an electric bike
- Simon Cowell in hospital after breaking his back falling off an electric bike
- Simon Cowell admits he ‘didn’t read the manual’ to electric bike before breaking his back in horror accident
- Electric Bikes To Invade Echo Park-Silver Lake
- Simon Cowell Breaks His Back On Electric Bike, Surgery Required
- Simon Cowell's £15k electric bike 'is banned from open roads in the UK'
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