New Enigma ‘Cafe Racer’ Electric Bike Revealed - Bookings Open

Updated On: 27 October 2021 Sutanu Guha

Enigma Automobile Pvt. Ltd. recently revealed its first electric bike, the Cafe Racer. The bookings of the same started as well.

Enigma Automobiles Private Ltd recently introduced its first new electric bike. This upcoming motorcycle named Cafe Racer is a retro-styled, commuter bike with off-road capabilities. Prices of the Enigma Cafe Racer Electric bike are yet to be announced, but pre-bookings have started. The Enigma Cafe Racer bike will be launched by Diwali.

But another major important feather in the cap for the new Enigma Cafe Racer bike is this is a 100% localised product. The bike is being manufactured at their manufacturing unit in Bhopal, However, the lithium-ion battery is still sourced

Enigma Cafe Racer Electric Bike

Speaking about its design, Anmol Bohre, Founder & CEO of Enigma Automobiles has expressed that the styling is vintage-inspired. Not only that, the Cafe Racer aims to bridge the gap between a reliable electric bike that can be thoroughly enjoyed. This electric bike can give an IC engine motorcycle a solid run for its money with its top speed of 136 km/h. 

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Enigma Cafe Racer Powertrain

The Enigma Cafe Racer is powered by a 72 V 52 Ah lithium-ion battery attached to a 5.6 kW motor. The power output is unknown, but its top speed and range of 140 kilometres on a single charge in city mode do give it a novel edge. Besides, there are two options to charge the bike. The standard outlet can charge 0-80% in 3 hours, and another hour to get it fully charged. The battery, on the other hand, comes with a five-year warranty with unlimited km. But the battery is good for 5000 cycles, after which you will eventually have to buy another one. 

Design and Colours

Details of the Cafe Racers chassis are not available as of yet. But our assumptions are that it sits on a double-cradle frame, to give the batteries a kind of platform. The vintage-style design is evident from the fat bob tyres on both front and rear, and the old-school saddle that ends with a classic cafe racer bump at the rear. Given that Enigma is marketing this as a commuter bike, there should be an option for the pillion riders. The design is completely made in India, with all the materials locally sourced. Except for the lithium-ion battery unit, something that Enigma is working on to make it homegrown. The Cafe Racer is available in five colours -  Log Orange, Military Green, Thunder White, RMS Red, and Earl Grey. 

Enigma Portfolio

Enigma has been in the Indian market since 2015. Theyre an automobile manufacturing company based out of Bhopal with an annual turnover of Rs. 50-100 crores. Initially, they manufactured passenger E-Rikshaw and Loader E-Rikshaw vehicles. Now they have expanded and boast three full-fledged e-scooter in their portfolio - Amber Crink and GT450. 

Enigma Cafe Racer Electric Bike

Enigma Amber & GT 450

Ther Enigma Amber and GT 450 are based on each other. The former gets bigger brakes and three driving modes, while the latter gets some standout important practical design features. 

Enigma Cafe Racer Electric Bike
GT 450


The Crink is Enigma answer to Vespa. This model gets that iconic design with round-shaped headlights and a familiar rear apron. It gets a digital LED speedometer, BLDC 250 Motor, alloy rim with tubeless tyres, fresh abs moulded body. 

Enigma Cafe Racer Electric Bike

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