Lets Talk About Yatri Bikes: Specification and Price

Lets Talk About Yatri Bikes: Specification and Price

Yatri Bikes are Nepal's newest and first electric motorbikes, developed and built in the country. Its components are imported because Nepal does not manufacture lithium batteries or any other components in-house.

Yatri, Nepal's authorized Yatri bike manufacturer, is presently providing two Nepali-made electric motorcycles: Project Zero and Project One. Both of them are great bikes. Have lots of "ohooo" feel to it when you drive it for first time and crank the throttle it feels like you cut throught the air and can fly with that power.

Both e-Bikes provide elegance, performance, and premium amenities in the aim of reinventing urban mobility. In comparison to its competitors, the Yatri Project One is the most cheap Yatri e-Bike in Nepal. Yatri Project Zero, on the other hand, is Nepal's most costly Yatri electric bike.

Lets Know About Yatri

Yatri's aim of revolutionizing urban mobility has resulted in Project Zero, the company's initial product. Yatri is a Nepal-based startup that was formed in 2017 with the goal of designing, engineering, and manufacturing world-class electric vehicles in Nepal. Project Zero is Nepal's first electric motorcycle/bike. Project Zero boasts a market-leading 230 km range, as well as over-the-air software upgrades that keep the motorbike fresh over time. Yatri Motorcycles also intends to grow into scalable cars and other interesting market sectors beginning in the summer of 2021.

The primary issue in Nepal is a shortage of charging facilities for electric cars. However, beginning in Summer 2021, Yatri intends to establish a robust network of Yatri Fast Chargers around the country. According to Yatri, their solution will help consumers save up to NPR 200,000 on gasoline expenditures alone over a five-year period.

Lets Looks at Specification and Price

1. Yatri Project One

Yatri Project One is propelled by an electric engine that delivers great performance while maintaining minimal running expenses. The electric motor has a maximum power of 19HP (14kW) and a maximum torque of 480Nm at the wheel. P1 claims a Kerbweight of 110Kg, which is lighter than its brother.

Yatri Project One may compete with Super Soco TC Max but full specifiation is still unknown as it still under development.

Color Silver
Battery 3.0kWh
Peak Power 14kW (19 HP)
Peak Torque 480 Nm at wheels
Top Speed 100 Kmph / 62 Mph
Range 110Km / 69Miles
Charging Time 1 hour with 3 kWh Fast Charging
6 hour with 0.5 kWh
Suspension USD Forks and Monoshock
Tyres Dual Purpose Tubeless
Tyres Size Front 110/70-17
Rear 120/80-17
Tubeless Tyres Yes
Braking Type Standard
Ground Clearance 270 mm
Weight 110 Kg
Price रु 4,95,000
Warranty -
License Required

Reserve Your Project One here.

2. Yatri Project Zero

Yatri Project Zero is propelled by an electric engine that delivers great performance while maintaining minimal running expenses. The electric motor has a maximum power of 64HP (48kW) and a maximum torque of 120Nm at the shaft (650Nm at wheel). In Nepal, it has a lofty goal.

Color Silver
Battery 8.0kWh
Peak Power 46kW (64 HP)
Peak Torque 650 Nm at wheels
Top Speed 140 Kmph / 87 Mph
0-60 Kmph in 2.5s
Range 230Km / 143Miles
Charging Time 2 hour with 3.3 kWh Fast Charging
Suspension Front 43 mm RCP adjustable USD forks
Rear RC adjustable nitrogen-charged mono-shock
Body Chromoly Steel Trellis Frame
Tyres Metzeler Sportec M7RR with Aluminium Rims
Tyres Size Front 110/70-17
Rear 150/60-17
Tubeless Tyres Yes
Braking Type Front Brembo 2-piston 320mm disc
Rear Brembo 1-piston 240mm disc
Warner Borg E-braking
Seat Height 800 mm
Ground Clearance 175 mm
Weight 190 Kg
Mobile App Connectivity Android and iOS
Antitheft with on-board GPS
On-demand servicing appointment
Road Side Assistance
Internet Connectivity On-board 4G network
Price रु 19,49,000
Warranty -
License Required

Reserve Your Project Zero here.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why are Yatri motorcycles so expensive?

Yatri bikes are not manufactured in Nepal, contrary to common assumption. The team imports merchandise and components from overseas marketplaces, which are taxed.Only the motorcycle's design and assembly are carried out in Nepal.

2. What is the difference between Project One and Project Zero?

Project One is less expensive, however it has a lower battery life, performance, and features. Project Zero, on the other hand, is more costly but comes with unrivaled performance, features, and range. Yatri Project Zero costs Rs. 19,49,000, whereas Yatri Project One costs Rs. 4,95,000.

3. Are Yatri Project Zero (P-0) and Yatri Project One (P1)  available for purchase?

Yes, both Yatri Project Zero and Yatri Project One are now bookable. However, the official delivery procedure begins some months later. You can reserve both bikes here: Project Zero and Project One.


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