Haryana man builds wooden electric Bullet motorcycle. Video goes viral – ET Auto


Haryana man builds wooden electric Bullet motorcycle. Video goes viral – ET Auto

Haryana man builds wooden-design electric Bullet for INR 70,000

A man in Haryana has reportedly built an electric bllet at home, spending just INR 70,000. A video of the bullet has now gone viral on the internet, with over 1.90 lakh likes and over 3 lakh shares in just a couple of days.

One of the highlights of the bullet is that it has been built with wood and electric components.

This innovative bike is made from a combination of wood and electric components. It not only runs smoothly but also manages to replicate the iconic ‘dug dug’ exhaust sound of a traditional Bullet motorcycle.

In the video, the creator explains the unique features of his electric bike. One standout feature is the wooden tank, replacing a traditional fuel tank, which houses a stereo system.

This stereo system controls the sound emitted from speakers inside a wooden exhaust pipe. This setup mimics the distinctive sound of a classic Bullet.

Additionally, the bike includes an underseat storage compartment, adding a practical dimension to the invention.

Powered by four batteries, the bike comes equipped with an onboard charger. This allows for convenient recharging by simply plugging it into a standard electrical outlet.

  • Published On Jun 18, 2024 at 11:14 AM IST

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