In Nepali history, the highly anticipated Yatri Motorcycles have launched a first-ever electric motorbike – Project Zero in December 2019. It is a young and ambitious Nepali startup based in Kathmandu that has embarked on a mission of creating this milestone product in the Nepalese auto industry.
Yatri is well equipped with a powerful electric motor that delivers 30kW (approximately 40 horsepower) of power and gives a range of 230 KM at full charge. This means you can complete your journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara in a fully charged battery.
It also has a powerful onboard charger that allows you to charge the battery to 80% in less than 2 hours. Besides powerful onboard charger, the company also launching DC Fast charging, with this you can get the battery to 80% in a matter of 20 mins.
Yatri Motorcycle – Project Zero design
Project Zero is a premium electric motorcycle inspired by the Cafe Racer culture originating in the 60’s and designed to showcase the benefits of an electric power train in an urban environment. The starting point for the design of the bike was to give the freedom to travel for the people who wanted to switch to an electric mode of transport. Yatri’s Project Zero features an exceptionally strong carbon fiber and steel chassis.
Targeting the urban areas, the Project Zero upgrades the cafe racer design with modern connectivity tools and an elegant, forward-looking aesthetic that is sure to turn heads.
Another unique and important design feature is their Yatri Hub (app) which you can access through their beautiful 7″ Full-HD display. This will equip you with all the necessary telemetry data along with a deeper insight into stats like the amount of money you’ve saved on petrol and the amount of CO2 you’ve NOT emitted into the environment by choosing to ride this motorcycle. You also get real-time tracking and navigation.
By combining cutting edge technology with modern aesthetics, Yatri is designing electric motorcycles that will provide commuters with a premium riding experience while eliminating pollution in the urban landscape.
Many people quoted that Project Zero is the sibling of Tesla’s Cyber Truck.
Yatri Motorcycles – Project Zero Photos
Yatri Motorcycles was founded in December 2017 with an aim to design, engineer and manufacture green mobility solutions to transform the urban landscape. Ashim Pandey – Founder of Yatri Motorcycles was highly interested in the auto industry specially 4-Wheelers from a very young age. The team of Yatri Motorcycles has seven members with six full-time engineers. All of the team members of the company are graduated in engineering with some of them having an experience of working in big auto companies across the world. Aiming to design and manufacture something in Nepal, the team came together with an innovative idea in 2017. After two years of continuous research and dedication, the company has introduced the brand new electric two-wheeler concept in the Nepali market.
The company cares deeply about the environment we live in and believe that clean individual mobility is an important piece in solving the problem of urban air pollution. The company also believes that good design is critical in defining public awareness of electric mobility.
Saurabh Jyoti is the first customer of Nepali electric bike
As per the information, the bike will launch officially in the Spring of 2020. Saurabh Jyoti, director of Jyoti Group, has booked the first electric motorcycle ‘Yatri’. Jyoti is a motorbike enthusiast who has got a huge collection of different branded bikes. He announced the purchase of Yatri and became the first customer. However, the official price of the motorbike has not been revealed yet.
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