Yatri Project One is happening!
Yatri Project One
Yatri Motorcycles has finally realized its dream. The Nepali company has unveiled two of its highly anticipated products: Project Zero and Project One.
After organizing a small test-ride event yesterday, the group has finally revealed closely-guarded details on its hottest product.
We have already talked about Yatri Project Zero in our other article. In this one, we’ll mostly focus on Project One.
Project One is distinctly different, but very Yatri.
Without stalling much longer, let’s talk about Yatri Project One in Nepal.
Yatri Project One Specifications
- Battery: n/a
- Peak Power: 14kW (19 HP)
- Peak Torque: 430 Nm at the wheel
- Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
- Range: 110 Km
- Top Speed: 100 Kmph
- Charging Time: 6 hours (1 hour with 3 kWh Fast Charging)
- Tyres: Dual Purpose Tubeless
- Tyres Size: 110/70-17 (Front) / 120/80-17 (Rear) – Disc
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Braking Type: Standard
- Suspension: USD Forks and Monoshock
- Seat Height: n/a
- Ground Clearance: 270 mm
- Weight: 110 Kg
- Colors: Silver
Yatri Project One Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,95,000
Yatri Project One Overview
Like its more ambitious sibling, Project One (P-1) also goes for the minimalistic aesthetics. However, it sports a more scrambler-like or dual-sport design.
The white carbon fiber assists with the minimal design while serving a practical purpose.
Yatri Project Zero Front Styling
It is neither loud nor aggressive. But it still manages to look elegant, especially with futuristic and modern vibes.
If you compare the body structure with P-0, the battery placement seems more well-integrated.
Furthermore, Project One also includes more premium features like front LED light with DRL and rear LED light.
Project One will be available in Silver color.
Yatri’s Project One is slightly tone-down than its expensive sibling. Nonetheless, it comes with promising performance.
Yatri P1 is powered by an electric powertrain with high performance at low operating costs. The electric motor will generate a max power of 19HP (14kW) and a max torque of 430Nm at wheel.
Yatri Project Zero Side Styling
It should be noted that the P1 claims 110Kg Kerbweight, relatively light-weight than its sibling.
During our test ride of P1, the electric bike felt familiar but different.
However, I am still confused about why the brake levers functions were changed. (rear-wheel on left and front-wheel on right).
While the list of features is slightly tone-down, it is still impressive. Here is a quick list of features in the Yatri Project One.
Yatri Project Zero Rear Styling
Yatri Project One Feature Highlights
- Dual-Sports Electric Motorcycle
- Minimalistic Styling
- Carbon-Fiber Body for Durability and Improved Performance
- LED Lights
- Light Weight and Agile
- Upright Riding Posture
- Front USD and Rear Monoshock Suspension
- Dual-Purpose Tyres
- Dual Disc Braking
Yatri Project One Price in Nepal and Availability
Yatri Project One (P-1) price in Nepal is Rs. 4,95,000. Unlike the P0, Yatri Motorcycles did not go into details about the overall specs and features.
There are still few unanswered questions, especially around the features.
The product launch live event should have showcased a production-ready iteration. However, I think there are few refinements yet to be made.
As of right now, it is available for bookings with delivery starting on Yatri’s website.
If you are interested, you can place an order or make a touch-less down-payment through the official channels.
In any case, let’s remember this moment. Yatri Motorcycles finally made two electric motorcycles, that are designed, developed, and manufactured in Nepal.
History has been made!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the price of Yatri Project One (P-1) in Nepal?
The price of Yatri Project One in Nepal is Rs. 4,95,000.
Is Yatri Project One (P-1) available for purchase?
Yatri Project One is currently available for bookings. However, the official delivery process starts after a few months.
What is the difference between Project One and Project Zero?
Project One is more affordable but comes with tone-down battery-life, performance, and features, In contrast, Project Zero is more expensive but comes with maxed-out performance, features, and range.
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