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Matter Energy Electric Bike: 4-speed gearbox, stylish design and decent range makes this EV a serious contender, bookings to start soon

Matter Energy Electric Bike: India now boasts a profusion of new electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing startups thanks to the electric mobility revolution. One such manufacturer, Matter Energy, with headquarters in Ahmedabad, recently unveiled their EV in front of the general public. The future electric motorcycle has not yet been given a name, but it has many ground-breaking features that attract interest.

Bookings for this electric bike will begin in the first quarter of 2023, the same period that its name and price will be made public, according to the business.

Matter Energy Electric Bike: Key Specification

Range125-150 km/charge
Battery Capacity5 kWh
Gear Box4 Speed
Fuel TypeElectric
ABSDual Channel
Wheels TypeAlloy

Design of the electric bike

The Matter electric bike’s shape is similar to modern naked streetfighters, which have a forward-leaning position. Split seats, a floating tail section, integrated turn indicators on either side of the distinctive LED headlight, a raised clip-on handlebar, a muscular faux fuel tank with extended shrouds, and split grab rails give the bike a sporty appearance.

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Matter Energy e- bike: Powertrain

An IP67-rated, 5.0kWh battery pack that is the first in its sector to be liquid-cooled will power the forthcoming Matter electric motorcycle. An electric motor powered by this unit receives energy in order to produce a tremendous 520 Nm of torque and a peak output of 10.5 kW (14 bhp).

A fourth segment-first feature is a four-speed hyper-shift manual gearbox that connects the motor to the rear wheel. The company has not yet disclosed the exact range that the electric bike offers, but according to Matter, a full charge can give the bike a range of roughly 125–150 km. By connecting the lithium-ion battery to a typical 5A household outlet and using the onboard charger, the battery can be fully recharged in five hours.

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