Revolt Motors has been enjoying a monopoly ever since it launched the RV300 and RV400 here back in 2019.
Now it seems that the Revolt twins are about to be challenged with the arrival of Pure EV’s eTryst 350.
the Revolt bike gets an upside down front fork and a monoshock
while the eTryst gets a more conventional telescopic fork and dual rear shocks.
Looking at both bikes from the front, the RV400 definitely stands out with its unique headlight design,
coupled with the flared tank extensions, whereas the eTryst looks a lot more conventional, and its design doesn’t stand out as much.
The RV400 is powered by a 3kW motor that draws power from a 3.24 kWh battery
which offers a claimed range of up to 150 km in eco mode, 100 km in normal mode and 80 km in sports mode.
The eTryst, on the other hand, gets a 3kW motor capable of a peak power output of 4kW, coupled to a 3.5 kWh battery.