Odyssey, the well-known maker of electric two-wheelers, has finally released their much-anticipated electric bike, Vader. Following the completion of certifications earlier, Vader, is now available in several Indian regions in five different colours. For highlights, the electric bike has a 7-inch Android display, Google map navigation, an AIS 156-approved Lithium-ion battery, and an IP67-approved 3000 Watts electric motor. With all these features, the electric bike comes with a price tag of Rs 1,83,999 before the FAME II subsidies.
Vader stands out with a 7-inch Android display that displays important car info like RPM, speed, battery level, and more. Its internet-enabled features offer Google map navigation, which is useful for long-distance riders. The bike has a maximum range of 125 km on a single charge and is powered by an AIS 156-approved Lithium-ion battery. The IP67-certified 3000-watt electric motor has a peak speed of 85 mph and weighs 128 kg. A 240mm disc brake at the front and a 220mm disc brake at the rear assure safety.
Odyssey’s Vader, which is now ICAT-approved, is a significant step forward in the company’s dedication to producing high-quality electric cars. The AIS-156-approved battery pack not only allows for faster charging but also increases the bike’s dependability for regular travel. Vader presents itself as a competitive addition to the electric car industry with its stylish appearance and remarkable features such as the 7-inch Android touchscreen and vast range on a single charge. Odyssey’s commitment to innovation and dependability solidifies its place as a leading player in India’s electric two-wheeler industry.