Kabira Mobility’s KM4000 and KM3000 sold out within the first four days, as a result of which the Goa-based start-up company was compelled to halt the bookings temporarily for the month of March 2021.
Goa-based electric two-wheeler manufacturer Kabira Mobility launched its two electric motorcycles KM3000 and KM4000 on February 16, 2021. However, the manufacturer commenced the bookings on February 25 and received over 6,000 bookings within a span of four days.
The information released by the company states that the majority of bookings have come from Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. While the deliveries are expected to begin in the first week of May, bookings for the next batch will commence by mid-April.
The Kabira KM3000 is a fully-faired motorcycle, which gets a 6kW motor, powered by a 4kWh IP65 rated lithium-ion battery. The motorcycle can be fully charged within 6.5 hours with an eco charger and offers a range of 120km in Eco mode. While the Sport mode offers a top-speed of 100kmph, it reduces the riding range to 60km. The KM 3000 is priced at Rs 1.27 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Kabira KM4000, on the other hand, features a street-naked design. It gets an 8kWh motor powered by a 4.4kWh IP65 rated lithium-ion battery. The KM4000 can hit a top speed of 120kmph and can sprint from 0 to 40kmph in 3.1 seconds. Both motorcycles can be charged from 0 to 80 per cent in 50 minutes with the Boost Charger provided by the manufacturer.
The features list includes a Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster and LED headlamps. The KM3000 and KM4000 take on the likes of Revolt RV300 and RV400.