Vlektra is Now Producing Premium Electric Bikes in Pakistan

People in Pakistan are looking for low-cost modes of transportation in the face of skyrocketing fuel prices. While electric bikes (e-bikes) appear to be a perfect solution, there aren’t enough of them in Pakistan to cause a significant paradigm shift.

Despite its appealing lineup, one e-bike manufacturer has remained unnoticed in Pakistan. Vlektra is a company that creates sporty-looking electric bikes.

According to a recent official announcement, the company has begun producing bikes locally in Pakistan. According to the notification, Vlektra has an annual production capacity of 30,000 bikes.

According to a recent official announcement, the company has begun producing bikes locally in Pakistan. According to the notification, Vlektra has an annual production capacity of 30,000 bikes.

According to a recent official announcement, the company has begun producing bikes locally in Pakistan. According to the notification, Vlektra has an annual production capacity of 30,000 bikes.

Vlektra currently has two bikes in its lineup, according to the official website. The following are the specifics of those bikes:

Bolt

Bolt is an all-electric streetfighter bike with a lithium-ion battery pack and a 2000-watt electric motor. On a full charge, it has a driving range of up to 80 kilometers and a top speed of around 75 kilometers. While not a straight-line speed demon, the bike is nimble and quick, with a claimed 0-60 kph time of 4 seconds.

Vlektra Bolt

It has a digital information cluster, front and rear disc brakes with ABS and CBS technology, adjustable front suspension, sporty mono-shock rear suspension, DRLs, LED headlights and taillights, and other modern features.

Bolt costs Rs. 449,000, excluding delivery charges.

Retro

Retro is an all-electric brat-scrambler crossover bike with a lithium-ion battery pack and a 1500-watt electric motor. It has a comparable driving range of up to 80 kilometers on a full charge and a claimed 0-60 kph time of around 4.5 seconds. Retro is a lighter bike than Bolt, which makes it easier to drive and maneuver.

It also has modern features like a digital information cluster, front and rear disc brakes with ABS and CBS technology, adjustable front and rear shock absorbers, DRLs, LED headlights and taillights, and so on.

Retro has a relatively cheaper price tag of Rs. 299,000, excluding delivery charges.

Retro 1969

Retro 1969 combines the styling of base-Retro with the performance of Bolt. It has a lithium-ion battery pack and a 2000-watt electric motor.

Retro 1969 combines the styling of base-Retro with the performance of Bolt. It has a lithium-ion battery pack and a 2000-watt electric motor.

It also has a driving range of up to 80 kilometres and a top speed of around 75 kilometres on a full charge. While not a straight-line speed demon, the bike is nimble and quick, with a claimed 0-60 kph time of 4 seconds.

A digital information cluster, front and rear disc brakes with ABS and CBS technology, adjustable front and rear shock absorbers, DRLs, LED headlights, taillights, and other features are also available.

When compared to the old museum pieces offered by Suzuki, Yamaha, and Honda, these bikes appear to be a good buy. However, their long-term ownership experience and practicality are unknown.

It also has a driving range of up to 80 kilometers and a top speed of around 75 kilometers on a full charge. While not a straight-line speed demon, the bike is nimble and quick, with a claimed 0-60 kph time of 4 seconds.

A digital information cluster, front and rear disc brakes with ABS and CBS technology, adjustable front, and rear shock absorbers, DRLs, LED headlights, taillights, and other features are also available.

When compared to the old museum pieces offered by Suzuki, Yamaha, and Honda, these bikes appear to be a good buy. However, their long-term ownership experience and practicality are unknown.

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