The two motorcycles produced by Nepali electric motorcycle brand Yatri will go on sale from the end of August. The company is about to start selling P-0 and P-1 motorcycles.
Some time ago, the company had organized a test drive program of its two models in Kathmandu.
These two motorcycles, designed and manufactured in Nepal by a team of young Nepali engineers, will run on electric power. Of these two, the P-0 company had shown the prototype a year ago. The company had taken bookings to produce 50 units. Now the new model P-1 is also being booked.
The passenger’s P-1 motorcycle will provide 19 PS of power and 90 Nm of torque, according to the company. Its top speed capacity is 100 kilometers per hour. The P-1 model, built on a chain drive system, uses a large sparkle. Built-in a style body frame, this adventure motorcycle uses 17-inch tires.
The company has already revealed a lot about passenger P-0. The electric motor used in the P-0 will provide 64 PS of power and 120 Nm of torque.
This motorcycle has an 8 kW lithium-ion battery. It is fully charged by a 3 kW charger in two hours. The company claims that the motorcycle can reach a speed of zero to 60 kilometers in just 2.5 seconds. Its top speed is 140 kilometers per hour. The company has given a 7-inch TFT display in the P-0 model. Features like Forge support, keyless start, navigation can be found in it.
The front has a 43mm RCP adjustable USD difference and the rear has an RC adjustable nitrogen-charged mono-shock suspension.
320 mm disc brakes at the front and 240 mm disc brakes at the rear will be available. It uses 17-inch tires. The company has given 175 mm ground clearance and 1400 mm wheel ways
This is the price of both models
The passenger motorcycle company has set the price of its first project ‘P-0’ at Rs.19 lakh 49 thousand, while the price of P-1 has been fixed at Rs. 4 lakh 95 thousand and booking has been opened.