26 February, 2019
Bengaluru-based start-up Ultraviolette wants to outperform 200-250cc motorcycles with its upcoming EV. Having ridden the final prototype, we can confirm that they’re on track to do just that.
13 October, 2018
A green mobility startup backed by TVS Motor Co. Ltd plans to launch a premium electric motorcycle, equivalent of 200-250cc and capable of reaching a top speed of 150kmph.
13 August, 2018
Electric mobility solutions provider Ultraviolette Automotive today said it has received Rs 6 crore funding from TVS Motor Company. The additional investment as part of Series A round will be deployed for continued product engineering and further expansion of core R&D team and facility, Ultraviolette said in a statement.
10 December, 2017
This week on Startup Street we have a mainstream two-wheeler company backing an electric motorcycle startup. Paytm acquired a majority stake in the entity formed by the merger of Nearbuy.com and Little Internet, SpaceX founder Elon Musk indulged in some friendly banter on Twitter, and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin invested in his first Indian startup. Here’s what went on.
8 December, 2017
Two wheeler maker TVS announced that it has bought a 14.78% stake in Bengaluru-based electric vehicle startup Ultraviolette Automotive Pvt. Ltd, which primarily works on electric two wheelers and energy infrastructure. According to a stock exchange filing, the investment is to the tune of $700K (INR 5 Cr).
13 December, 2016
Wires, batteries, boards, ICs and packs lie on the floor of this 900 square foot office. The setup reminds one of the Iron Man or Avengers movies, where the protagonist is continuously innovating in his basement. But while Tony Stark has the help of Jarvis, a largely fictional artificial intelligence platform, here in Bengaluru, the tech goes beyond the realm of science fiction.
14 April, 2016
Bangalore based startup Ultraviolette straddles design and technology to build innovative futuristic automobiles and efficient solutions for day-to-day commutation problems. Imagine a cycle that gives you the speed and style of a bike and a bike that lends the fitness benefit of riding a bicycle. Sounds farfetched?
24 March, 2016
The thought of riding a cycle to work seems rather appealing, but the idea of heading to office sweaty and showering there puts most people off. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a vehicle that gave you the convenience of a motorbike or scooter while rushing to work and the exercise benefit of a cycle while heading back from work?
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