09 October 2021, 14:12
Swedish automaker RGNT has launched its No.1 classic motorcycle in Europe. Its debut in India seems unlikely.
The two-wheeler has a retro look and features a digital dashboard with navigation support and full LED lighting setup. It gets its energy from an electric powertrain and promises a range of up to 160 km on a single charge.
Here are more details.
The bike has metal spoked wheels and a ribbed seat
The RGNT No.1 Classic features a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, one-piece flat-type saddle with a ribbed pattern, circular headlight and wide handlebars.
The bike contains a 7.0-inch LCD touchscreen instrument cluster with support for GPS navigation, a full LED setup for lighting, and metal spoked wheels.
It has a wheelbase of 1,408 mm and tilts the scales at 156 kg.
It reaches a top speed of 125 km / h
The RGNT No.1 Classic contains a 9 kW electric motor and a 7.7 kWh lithium-ion battery. The configuration offers a combined output of 14.9 hp. The bike reaches a top speed of 125 km / h and promises a range of up to 160 km per charge.
It gets telescopic front forks
To ensure rider safety, the RGNT No.1 Classic is equipped with disc brakes on the front and rear wheels, as well as a combined braking system for better handling on the roads.
The suspension tasks on the motorcycle are performed by telescopic forks at the front and an adjustable spring with a preload function at the rear.
RGNT No.1 Classic: Price and availability
In Europe, the RGNT No.1 Classic retro-style bike costs € 12,495 (around Rs. 10.9 lakh). However, the motorcycle is unlikely to arrive in India as the brand is not present there.