Project Zero (P0) is finally unveiled!
Yatri Motorcycles, the official brain behind the operation, revealed details on the first Nepali-made electric motorcycle. The event showcased the two Yatri products: Project Zero (P0) and Project One (P1).
Both are electric two-wheelers, aimed to offer the most bang for the buck! It is one of the most anticipated Nepali products in a long time.
After almost a year, Yatri Motorcycles have revealed key details including price details!
With that said, we have got more than enough information for a quick overview of Yatri’s highly ambitious product: Project Zero.
Yatri Project Zero Specifications
- Battery: 8.0 kWh
- Peak Power: 46 kW (64HP)
- Peak Torque: 120 Nm at shaft (650 Nm at wheel)
- Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
- Range: 230 Km
- Top Speed: 140 Kmph
- Charging Time: 2 hours
- Tyres: Metzeler Sportec M7RR with Aluminium Rims
- Tyres Size: 110/70-17 (Front) – Disc / 150/60-17 (Rear) – Disc
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Braking Type: Brembo E-Braking
- Suspension: 43 mm RCP adjustable USD Forks and RC adjustable Nitrogen-Charged Monoshock
- Seat Height: 800mm
- Ground Clearance: 175mm
- Weight: 190 Kg
- Colors: Silver
Yatri Project Zero Price in Nepal: Rs. 19,49,000
Yatri Project Zero Overview
Yatri Motorcycles is bringing forward something completely different, original, and imaginative!
Inspired by the “Elegance in Motion” philosophy, Project Zero features a café racer design topped off with a futuristic feel alongside modern elements.
Mixed with carbon fiber on top of the steel chassis, the upcoming electric two-wheeler will be the third iteration of their goal to reinvent urban mobility.
This is modern art, just a few days away from being a masterpiece!
The overall design is truly one of its kind, featuring clean and modern design lines.
Yatri’s Project Zero promises never-before-heard performance for a bike of its kind.
P0 is powered by an electric powertrain with high performance at low operating costs. The electric motor will generate a max power of 64HP (48kW) and a max torque of 120Nm at the shaft (650Nm at wheel).
In real-world performance, the P0 will perform 0-60Kmph under 2.5 seconds.
It should be noted that the P0 claims 190Kg Kerbweight! Despite that enormous weight, P0 can claim some truly amazing powertrain figures!
Additionally, it packs in an 8.0 kWh battery with a 230Km range capacity. Moreover, the 3.3 kW onboard charger does a full charge in just 2 hours!
Compared to its initial reveal last year, the Yatri team has drastically improved its power output (initially promised 40HP power).
Nonetheless, it is still an impressive feat to pull off in a year!
The upcoming P0 maxes out in terms of features of the price! Here is a quick list of features in the new Project Zero.
Project Zero Feature Highlights
- Cafe Racer Design with Modern Elements
- LED Lighting System
- Fully Electric with Zero Carbon Emission
- Steel Chassis with Carbon Fiber Body
- 64HP Peak Power
- 200Km Range
- 2 Hours Charging Time
- 7-Inch Full HD Display Console with Navigation
- Yatri Hub with Real-Time Ride Telemetry
- Over-the-Air Updates
- 4G Connectivity with Anti-Theft GPS
Yatri Project Zero Price in Nepal and Availability
Project Zero will be a premium offering at a premium price. As for the pricing, Project Zero (P0) price in Nepal is set at Rs. 19,49,000.
The overall pricing seems more than we initially speculated, but it might be worth it for the premium features on offer.
Talking about the availability, Project Zero is available for bookings on Yatri’s website. Interested individuals can reserve the bike by paying a refundable reservation charge.
As per our info, the official production roll-out is expected to begin after four months for both Project Zero and Project One.
This is history in making, and the future is electric!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the price of Yatri Project Zero (P-0) in Nepal?
The price of Yatri Project Zero in Nepal is Rs. 19,49,000.
Is Yatri Project Zero (P-0) available for purchase?
Yatri Project One is currently available for bookings. However, the official delivery process starts after four months.
What is the difference between Project One and Project Zero?
Project One is more affordable but comes with tone-down battery-life, performance, and features, In contrast, Project Zero is more expensive but comes with maxed-out performance, features, and range.
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