Yatri Motorcycles has unveiled its Project Zero electric motorcycle in Nepal. Project Zero, P0 in short, is modeled a lot like “Café Racer” motorcycles that are known for speed and handling instead of comfort. Hence, Project Zero, similarly, is optimized for quick rides.
The motorbike carries an 8kWh Lithium-Nickel-Manganese battery, which is said to cover a maximum of 230km distance once charged fully.
Project Zero (P0) by Yatri Motorcycles
This electric motorcycle sits on a trellis frame that is made up of Chromoly Steel, giving it a total weight of 190kg. At the front lies a 7″ TFT panel displaying map, GPS data, speed, etc. with access to the in-house Yatri Hub application compatible with Android as well as iOS and featuring road-side assistance, service appointment, anti-theft, and more.
P0 is also futuristic given the fact that it uses sensors in place of tachometers and leverages 4G connectivity for navigation and of course software updates.
As for the battery, Project Zero (P0) uses an 8kWh Lithium-Nickel-Manganese cell with a software algorithm and protective circuitry, both said to enhance battery life and efficiency. Also, it takes around 2 hours to go from 0 to 100% using a 3.3kW charger.
With regard to speed, it can achieve 60km/hr from 0km/hr in a matter of 2.5 seconds and tops at 140km/hr.
- Trellis frame built with Chromoly Steel
- 7″ TFT display panel
- Yatri Hub application; compatible with both Android and iOS platforms
- Built-in 4G, GPS
- 140km/hr top speed, o to 60km/hr in 2.5 seconds
- 8.0kWh battery; charges with 3.3kW charger in 2 hours; can go up to 230km on a single full charge
Yatri Project Zero (P0) Price in Nepal and Availability
The Yatri Project Zero (P0) electric motorcycle is set to go on sale for a whopping price of NPR 19,49,000 in Nepal. Reservation has begun from today and interested buyers can pre-book theirs by paying NPR 10,000 in advance.
Although the price is on the premium side for this, enthusiasts who are interested in EV may find the electric bike a thing of novelty, and there’s no better thing to invest in than a bike that is made in Nepal.
For those looking for a cheaper electric alternative, Yatri Motorcycles also unveiled the Project One (P-1) dual-sport bike that carries a fairly low price.