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Yatri Motorcycles To Launch Project Zero in April 23 2021

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Yatri Motorcycles, a Nepali startup is all set to launch the country's first electric motorcycle, Project Zero. The electric motorcycle will go on sale from April 23, 2021. The motorcycle looks like a new retro cafe racer in terms of styling and design. According to the company, Project Zero uses modern connectivity tools and it is powered by a 30 kW electric motor that can churn out around 38 PS of power. P-0 is a dream project which has the potential to inspire any young entrepreneur. However, pricing has yet to be announced. 

The founder of Yatri Motorcycle Ashim Pandey said, “the company received a big response to the showcasing of the Yatri Project Zero prototype motorcycle in Kathmandu last December." The plan is to make 50 units as a way to announce its entry and move to smaller and more affordable products in subsequent phases. He also said, “There is a stereotype on Nepali brands that locally produced products are cheap and are of lower quality. We are here to break that mould."

Yatri Motorcycles Project Zero Specifications:


Peak Power48 kW (64 hp)
0-60 km/h in under 2.5s
Torque120 Nm at shaft (650 Nm at wheel)
Top Speed140 km/h
Battery Capacity8.0 kWh
Range230 km
Charger3.3 kW onboard (2 hr full charge)


ChassisChromoly Steel Trellis Frame

Front 43 mm RCP adjustible USD forks

Rear RC adjustible nitrogen-charged monoshock


Front Brembo 2-piston 320mm disc

Rear Brembo 1-piston 240mm disc

Warner Borg E-braking


Metzeler Sportec M7RR

Front 110/70-17, Rear 150/60-17

WheelsAluminum rims and CNC machined hubs


Weight190 kg
Ground Clearance
175 mm
Seat Height
800 mm
Wheelbase1400 mm
Rake Angle
 24.5 deg


On-board 4G network
Mobile App

Android and iOS

Antitheft with on-board GPS

On-demand servicing appointment

Road Side Assistance

Highlights of Yatri Bike ‘P-0’:

    • Designed in Nepal
    • Produced in Nepal
    • 100% Carbon fiber body
    • Produces 30KW/40hp of power
    • Takes 2hrs to charge 0–80%
    • 0–60Kmph speed in sub-four seconds
    • 230km of distance coverage on a single charge
    • Features its own eco-system app: “Yatri Hub”
    • The 7-inch full HD display 

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