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mXmoto amazes riders with first look of ecstatically macho M16 cruiser bike

Following the success of the MX9 electric bike teaser, mXmoto is now unveiling the impressive M16 cruiser bike. These exclusive electric vehicles from mXmoto are poised to revolutionize clean mobility in India and will soon be accessible to Indian riders.

Crafted with a robust full metal body and a powerful 5000 watt motor, the M16 cruiser bike is a sight to behold. Setting a new precedent in the country, it boasts a Front Dual Disc system, ingeniously integrated into an electric bike for the very first time. Further, enhancing its appeal are intelligent features such as a smart app-linked battery, ensuring top-tier safety standards, and an 8-inch TFT screen equipped with onboard navigation and Bluetooth, complemented by regenerative braking capabilities.

Rajendra Malhotra, the Managing Director of mXmoto, emphasizes their commitment to introducing Indian riders to high-performance electric bikes that excel in style and comfort. Anticipating the profound impact of their path-breaking two-wheelers, Malhotra expresses confidence in the M16’s potential to become a crowd favorite. He said, โ€œThe core area we are focusing on is to introduce the Indian riders to high-performance electric bikes which are also stylish and comfortable to ride. I am certain, soon, enthusiasts in clean transportation will be amazed by the path-breaking two-wheelers we will be launching; having M16 set to become one of the most favourite picks. Bringing in the perfect fusion of smart and sustainable technologies, M16 will go a long way in catapulting the penetration of electric vehicles on the Indian roads, replacing the ICE-powered vehicles and fostering sustainable mobility.โ€ 

The debut of the M16 cruiser bike marks a paradigm shift in the market, redefining the benchmarks for power and efficiency in advanced electric vehicles. The mXmoto next-generation bikes are designed in Europe by Marcello Silva โ€“ who is the designer of some of the most fascinating motorbikes in recent years. 

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