Odysse Evoqis video review: Range, top speed, features

In our tests, we observed that the Evoqis delivers quite close to the claimed 150km range. Even at 120km post a full charge, the powertrain didn't show any signs of fatigue or even lose its top speed.

By:January 16, 2021 2:20 PM

Odysse is a relatively new name in the electric vehicle field. This being said, the company has managed to roll out new products and amongst the several ones launched, what caught our attention was the Evoqis. The Odysse Evoqis is a fully-faired motorcycle that almost looks like a replica of a Japanese supersport machine. Even the instrument console seems a straight lift of one popular motorcycle. Alas, for an electric bike, it doesn’t display connectivity options as well as few other bits that one will like in their two-wheeler. Nonetheless, the bike has got dual disc brakes in the front, a disc at the rear, riding modes as well as a 15W charger. The latter takes more than six hours to charge the battery from zero. It may though be noted that irrespective of the time it has taken to charge the battery from 0-75 per cent, the last 25 per cent takes a while.

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In our tests, we observed that the Evoqis delivers quite close to the claimed 150km range. Even at 120km post a full charge, the powertrain didn’t show any signs of fatigue or even lose its top speed. This being said, the claimed top speed is 80kmph and the bike does indeed reach these speeds, but in Sport mode. The Sport mode is again where this speed is achieved and you get a noticeable boost while riding.

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