Ultraviolette Automotive expands India footprint; opens first showroom in Bengaluru

The newly opened Ultraviolette Hangar in Bengaluru also serves as an R&D facility for the EV startup.

By Dinshaw Magol, Autocar India calendar 18 Apr 2023 Views icon5409 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Ultraviolette Automotive expands India footprint; opens first showroom in Bengaluru

 

Ultraviolette Automotive has opened its first experience centre in Bengaluru and it is spread out over a sprawling 10,000sqft area. The showroom houses display vehicles and official accessories as well as a lounge and flight simulator. 

Ultraviolette opens its first showroom
The showroom in Bengaluru, known as the ‘Ultraviolette Hangar’, also serves as an R&D facility for the EV startup. Ultraviolette claims it will expand its reach to as many as 15 more locations soon. 

Additionally, the company has also begun deliveries of the F77 limited edition e-bike. Only 77 units of this limited edition model will be built (of which all are sold out now), and each costs Rs 5.5 lakh. 

The F77 line-up currently consists of two variants, the Original (Rs 3.8 lakh) and Recon (Rs 4.55 lakh), and bookings are open for both. Official accessories for the F77 range include a set of accessory panniers, tank grips, more aggressive rearsets, lever guard and an ‘aerodisc’ (an aerodynamic cover over the rear wheel). 

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