Top speed will be 120 km/h
The Switch CSR 762 is the only high-speed electric bike capable of reaching a speed of 120 km/h. It can be driven up to 120 km on a full charge. Multiple drive modes have been given in this bike, according to which the range can change. The curb weight of the bike is 155 kg, while it can lift a load of 200 kg. It has a wheelbase of 1,430 mm and a seat height of 780 mm.
The bike gets 6 drive modes which include a parking mode, a reverse mode and a sport mode. Along with launching this bike, the company is also considering opening a battery swapping station. The company has said that it is ready to start its swapping stations under the battery swapping policies of the Government of India.
Many modern features will be available
The Switch CSR 762 electric bike is equipped with many advanced features. Features like antitheft alarm, side stand sensor, Bluetooth connectivity, navigation, TFT digital touchscreen, cruise control have been provided in this bike. All the lighting in the bike is in LED. For safety, it also has dual channel ABS with dual disc brakes.
Equipped with powerful motor
Switch MotoCorp’s bike has a 3kW electric motor. It produces 10kW of power at 1300 rpm. It is fitted with a PMSM motor that comes with a central drive support system. The bike comes with a 3.7kWh Lithium Ion swap battery, which can be charged remotely.
The company claims that the bike has been designed on a new and robust chassis which gives it better control and makes the design sporty. It is a modern electric bike that will inspire people to leave petrol bikes and adopt electric vehicles.
These bikes will compete
The Svitch CSR 762 electric bike can compete with the Tork Kratos and Pure Etryst 350. Both these bikes give a range of 120 km and 140 km respectively on a full charge. Apart from this, their battery, motor power and features are also almost identical.
Switch MotoCorp is working on strengthening its dealership network in India. At present, the company operates more than 15 dealerships across the country and may add more dealerships in some new cities in the coming times.