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Team Green has finally launched the electric N… no wait, that’s not it. You might remember Kabira Mobility, the Goa-based electric two-wheeler manufacturer. Let’s jog your memory a little; back when the world was recovering from the throes of covid, we checked out the KM4000 from Kabira’s stable. Since then, we haven’t seen too many examples on the road, but Kabira now looks to change that with the Mark-II models. Prices begin from Rs 1.74 lakh for the KM3000 and Rs 1.76 lakh for the KM4000 (all prices ex-showroom).

While the KM3000 retains its design from before, the KM4000 has undergone a massive change and gets completely new styling, with a protection panel that appears very Revolt RV400-like. Both motorcycles also benefit from upgraded hardware. The hub-driven motor now generates a claimed 16 bhp and 19.25 kgm of torque. The bike maker claims both bikes can reach triple digits in 9.5 seconds, while maxing out at a claimed top speed of 120 kph; the latter is the same as before.

The KM4000 has gone through a complete redesign

Both motorcycles are offered with a higher-spec V variant as well, which gets a larger battery pack and more range. The base variants pack a 4.1 kWh battery pack, with a claimed range of 178 km on a single charge, while the higher-spec V variants get a 5.15 kWh unit, with a claimed range of 201 km. Available with a 1500 W on-board charger, a full charge on both motorcycles takes a claimed 3 hours (3.3 hours on the base variant), and fast charging is available as well.

Not much is specified in terms of equipment on offer, but the KM3000 and KM4000 offer projector headlamps, and a combi-braking system.

This is ‘it’, but it also isn’t

The KM3000 and KM4000 seem to be eyeing the Revolt RV400, and aim to offer more performance at an affordable price tag. Hit this link to check out our review of the previous-gen KM4000.