Jolta Electric Bikes in Pakistan

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About 4 weeks ago, Jolta Technologies Pvt. Ltd. unveiled three electric powered motorcycles: The E70, E100 and E125. Good news is that these are also being manufactured locally.

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The E70 (pictured above) will have around 50km of range after a 5 hour charge and is speculated to cost around Rs. 38,000/- and will have a top speed of 40-50 km/h. The E100 will have a slightly more powerful electric motor, a bigger battery and will require around 6 hours of charge that will give it a predicted range of 70km and a top speed of 60 km/h. The Jolta 125 will be the most expensive of the bunch and will have a range of 100km after an 8 hour charge and will be capable of reaching speeds up to 80 km/h.

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Now that whatever was in the proverbial bag is out, let’s move on to the advantages and disadvantages.

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  • Extremely environmentally friendly (zero emissions)
  • A full charge will not take more than Rs. 40
  • Very quiet because there’s an electric motor instead of an engine


  • Take too long to charge
  • Load-shedding will mean charging sessions will get interrupted
  • If you run out of power then you have to wait a significant amount of time for electric vehicles to charge where as in a conventional petrol powered bike, it would take a couple of seconds to fill up the tank.

When Jolta will E-bikes be available?

Jolta hasn’t released a statement as of yet but comments on their Facebook page suggests they may be released sometime soon in the coming months.

Jolta Facebook: Jolta Pvt-Ltd

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3 years ago

whats the use of tank when the bike is electric?

e bikepk
3 years ago

where is break

Tahir Salam Khan Tanoli
3 years ago

I want to purchase the bike my no 03455184556

1 year ago

Such A nice Article .. Check out Electric Bikes more at Quantumebikes

1 year ago

Two great thing about this bike. It is local and second it is electric.
I don’t know much about electric batteries, but what about using solar to be charge the bike. It will charge itself when parked.

Umar Hayat
1 year ago

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Amjad Islam
1 year ago

i also want distribution in punjab how can i contact with you my contact number is 03007312644

Abdul rasheed
1 year ago

I want to electric baik

1 month ago

Why does this bike have a fuel tank… and if it has it for the fun of it then why that fuel tank has a fuel lid there….