Pure EV’s eTryst 350 launched in Nepal

White Lotus Motors, the official distributor of Pure EV two-wheelers in Nepal, has launched the new electric motorcycle–the eTryst 350. In Nepal, the new electric bike joins the company’s lineup of the ePluto 7G and the eTrance Neo. Pre-bookings have been made open for the new e-bike, and its price has been set at Rs 3.99 lakh.

Design and features

The eTryst 350 gets the body design of a normal petrol-powered commuter bike, with only the engine being replaced by a battery pack and the fuel tank slot acting as a charging socket. The e-bike comes with an all-LED headlight (with DRLs), tail light, and indicators.

The bike comes equipped with a 7-inch LED display that features a digital speedometer, odometer, battery, and riding modes. Other notable features are its remote start, kill switch, central locking, tubeless tyres, hydraulic dual suspension, regenerative braking, and centre stand.

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Battery and performance

The eTryst is powered by a 3.5kWh lithium-ion battery that is paired with a BLDC hub motor to generate a power of 3000-4000 watts. It takes 6 hours for the bike to charge fully via its 88V 8A charger, and on a full charge the e-bike provides a range of 90-140 km.

The bike comes with three riding modes: Drive, Cross Over, and Thrill, and it can speed up to 85 kmph on the Thrill mode.


Motor BLDC hub motor
Power (W)3000-4000
Battery 3.5 kWh lithium ion
Top speed (kmph)85
Range (km)90-140
Charging time 6 hours
Seat height (mm)770
Ground clearance (mm)180
Braking typeDisc (with regenerative braking)

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eTryst 350 price in Nepal

The eTryst 350 comes in three colour options: Sea Blue, Punch Black, and Tan Red, at a price of Rs 3.99 lakh.

Pure EV modelPrice in Nepal (expected)
eTryst 350Rs 3.99 lakh

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