Alongside Project Zero (P0), Yatri Motorcycles has unveiled its smaller sibling, Project One aka P-1. The dual-sport is now available for pre-order starting today for a price of NPR 495,000.
Yatri Motorcycles says that their mission behind making Project One (P-1) is to “reinvent urban mobility landscape”. For this, the company has made the dual-sport bike lightweight and super agile with great suspension; best suited to the roads of Nepal.
The dual-sport bike brings a 3 kWh battery that takes around 1 hour to fully charge with a rapid charger and less than 6 hours with a provided home charger. Once fully charged, the EV offers a range of around 110 km. Unlike its bigger sibling, the P-1 brings a modest peak power of 19 hp with a top speed of 100 kph at a torque of 480 Nm.
Aesthetically, the dual-sport bike looks a bit out of the ordinary and somewhat has that futuristic dirt bike vibe to it. We can also see that the big battery hump on the bottom-front which was is on Project Zero has been slimmed down here, thanks to a lower capacity battery. This could be one of the main reasons behind its lightweight structure. Nonetheless, it’s a head-turner for sure.
The firm didn’t mention anything about its build, but much like its bigger sibling, we expect this one to be made out of a steel trellis frame which should provide it the structural rigidity.
Yatri Motorcycles said that their most important goal with P-1 was to “make it accessible to more and more people, unlike its bigger sibling,” which translates to a fairly low price than its counterpart, albeit a bit out of reach for general consumers. Interested ones can book theirs from Yatri’s official website with an advance payment of NPR 10,000.