Ultraviolette Automotive has started delivering the F77 to customers from its manufacturing facility in Bengaluru. This milestone marks the beginning of Ultraviolette’s next stage of growth, which involves establishing dealerships across India and expanding globally. Narayan Subramaniam, CEO and Co-founder of Ultraviolette, expressed confidence in the F77’s design and performance and stated the company’s commitment to taking the brand worldwide.
Ultraviolette is currently expanding its presence by creating a network of dealerships in India and entering new international markets where there is a growing demand for performance electric motorcycles. The company also plans to raise $120M in a new round of investment to fund its global expansion plans and ongoing vehicle platform development efforts. The previous financing rounds have seen participation from prominent investment companies like EXOR Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, TVS Motor Company, Zoho Corp, Gofrugal Technologies, and Speciale Invest.
The F77, which is entirely designed and made in India, is available to customers starting at an ex-showroom price of INR 3.8 lakh and comes in three colour options – Airstrike, Shadow, and Laser, with two variants each. With a range of 206 km and 307 km depending on variant, enthusiasts and seasoned riders can book their own F77 on the official website for a seamless experience. The company has also unveiled the F99 Factory Racing Platform, which serves as a development ground for cutting-edge advanced technologies in mobility, signaling Ultraviolette’s entry into electric motorsports.