Ignitron Motocorp Cyborg GT 120 vs Ultraviolette F77

Compare Specifications of Cyborg GT 120 and Ultraviolette F77

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Ignitron Motocorp Cyborg GT 120
Ignitron Motocorp Cyborg GT 120

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Ultraviolette F77
Ultraviolette F77

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Range 180 KM on Eco Mode 130 - 150 km per charge
Charging Time 100% in 4-5 hours Standard - 5 hr
Fast - 1.5 hr
Engine -- Passively air-cooled interior permanent magnet AC motor
Engine Starting -- Electric
Cooling System -- Air cooled
Maximum Power -- 33.5 hp @ 2250 rpm
Maximum Torque -- 90 Nm / 450 Nm
Load Carrying Capacity Carrying Capacity : 150 kg --
Transmission -- 46T/14T 520 X-Ring chain drive
Top Speed 125 kmph 147 kmph
Riding Modes Reverse Mode
Parking Mode
Eco Mode
Drive Mode
Sports Mode
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Battery 72v, 4.32 kWH 3 x Modular Li ion battery pack
Charger 15amp Fast Charger --
Frame -- Steel trellis with aluminium bulk head
Headlamp -- LED headlight with Ultra-V position light
Taillamp -- Dual LED light sets with central LED brake light
Tyres
Front 110/70-17 110/70 R17
Rear 140/70-17 150/60 R17
Wheel / RIM -- Alloy
Brakes
Front Disc 320 mm drilled hole disc
Rear Disc 230 mm drilled hole disc
Suspension
Front -- Inverted cartridge type forks
Rear Mono, Telescopic front fork 12 mm piston with adjustable preload spring
Colors Available
Colors Black
Purple
Lightning, Shadow, Laser


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight -- 158 kg
Wheelbase -- 1340 mm
Overview
About -- Ultraviolette F77 will be available in three colour variants: F77 Lightning, F77 Shadow and F77 Read More
Features BATTERY
- Touch-Safe
- Weather Proof
- BMS Battery (battery details on app)

FUNCTIONS
- Can change motorcycle sound
- Key less Ignition

OTHERS
- Geo locate
- Geo fence
- Bluetooth
- USB charger
- Anti Theft
- Digital cluster
- Fixed Battery
- Portable Fast Charger
- Home Charging Pod
- Sidestand sensor
- LTE connectivity with 3G, 2G Fallback and integrated eSIM
- Temperature, Voltage and Current Sensors
- Shock and Impact sensors
- Error reporting through Ultraviolette smartphone APP

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