The F77 Mach 2 is available with 9 colour options.
The F77 Mach 2 is available with 9 colour options.Ultraviolette

Ultraviolette F77 Mach 2 launched at Rs 2.99 lakh

The F77 Mach 2 gets two battery options and a maximum range of 323km

Ultraviolette has launched its second all-electric motorcycle, the F77 Mach 2. The introductory price starts at Rs 2.99 lakh for the base variant and Rs 3.99 lakh for the top-end Recon variant. These prices are valid only for the first 1000 customers. 

Ultraviolette F77 Mach 2 design and features

The design language is similar to the standard F77 from before. Like earlier, the bike gets sharp cuts, creases and lines that give it a sharp look. At the front, it gets USD forks and a triangular headlamp unit. Behind that is a clip-on handlebar and a 5-inch colour TFT display. The tank is where the charger port is situated. The bike has nine colour options. The rear end also follows a similar sharp styling with an LED taillight. You also get a bunch of accessories including crash protection, wheel caps, panniers to store the fast charger and more.

Ultraviolette has increased the level of regen to 10 from the earlier 3, but they are only available on the Recon variant and as an option for the base variant. The 3 ride modes are the same as before. Ultraviolette has also added more features now with the introduction of traction control and switchable ABS. There are more connected features also like delta watch, anti-collision warning system (ACWS), fall and towing alerts and more.

The Mach 2 continues with the sharp styling seen on the earlier F77.
The Mach 2 continues with the sharp styling seen on the earlier F77.Ultraviolette

Ultraviolette F77 Mach 2 chassis

It is underpinned by a steel-trellis frame with 41mm USD forks upfront and a monoshock at the rear. Both variants get preload adjustable suspension on both ends. Braking comes courtesy of a 320mm disc at the front and a 230mm disc at the rear. The seat height is 800mm and ground clearance is 160mm. For the base variant with the 7.1kWh battery, the kerb weight is 197kg whereas the Recon variant with the 10.3kWh battery weighs in at 207kg. One interesting thing about the F77 Mach 2 is that it gets a 50:50 weight distribution.

Ultraviolette F77 Mach 2 battery and performance

The F77 Mach 2 comes with two battery options – 7.1kWh and 10.3kWh. Both are paired with a permanent magnet AC motor. With the smaller battery, the Mach 2 gets 35.7bhp and 90Nm of torque. It has a claimed IDC range of 211km. The bigger battery in the recon variant helps with more output of 39.6bhp and 100Nm of torque. It has a claimed IDC range of 323km. 0-60kmph time for the variants is 2.9sec and 2.8sec respectively. Both variants get a top speed of 155kmph. 

With the standard charger, the 7.1kWh battery can be charged from 20 to 80 per cent in 3 hours while the bigger battery takes 5 hours for the same task. If you use UV’s 12kW DC charging station, the charging times from 20 to 80 per cent drop down to 45 minutes and 60 minutes for the 7.1kWh and 10.3kWh battery respectively. 

The 0-60kmph time is 2.8sec for the Recon variant.
The 0-60kmph time is 2.8sec for the Recon variant.Ultraviolette

Ultraviolette F77 Mach 2 price and availability 

For the first 1000 customers, the base variant costs Rs 2.99 lakh while the Recon variant costs Rs 3.99 lakh, making them Rs 81,000 and Rs 51,000 more affordable. As for availability, UV also announced that it will be available in India in 15 cities in a phase-wise manner, with deliveries starting in May 2024.

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