This foldable luxury electric bike with five modes can help you beat pollution
Customers can now order the LITE XE e-bike by visiting the official Svitch Bike website or contacting the company on social media.
Homegrown e-bike brand Svitch Bike has launched a brand new line of luxury e-bikes, called LITE XE, with prices starting at Rs. 74,999. The electric bike has various smart features and the foldable structure makes it easy to carry. It offers a range of up to 80 km thanks to a 36V, 10.4 AH battery pack.
Customers can now order the LITE XE e-bike by visiting the official Svitch Bike website or contacting the company on social media. They can choose their e-bike from five colors – magenta, midnight red, Yankee yellow, Goblin blue and Berlin grey, with the latter two being special editions.
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The e-bike comes with an adjustable handlebar, safety bar and suspension. It’s built on an aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum frame that gives light cycle durability. It has a 36V, 250W Svitch engine, 20×3 sleek tires, seven-speed Shimano gears, an LCD digital display, five modes of the Pedal Assist System, and integrated taillights.
The LITE XE is the company’s fifth addition to its luxury product portfolio, which includes four electric cycles and one non-electrical cycle. The company’s current product line is named the latest XE+, XE, MXE, NXE and LITE XE.
Recently, two Svitch Bike riders, Dilip Reddy and Punith Reddy, completed a record of 422 km in 12 hours, covering Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. They achieved the feat on Svitch XE. “This world record will go a long way in spreading awareness about electric vehicles and calling people to make conscious lifestyle changes,” said Chintan Khatri, CEO of Svitch Bike.
This record has been registered with three different titles: World record for high distance, Maximum distance traveled on an e-bike in one day according to the Indian Book of Records 2024 and National Record according to the OMG Book of Records.
Date of first publication: November 3, 2022, 11:27 AM IST