Joy e Bike, part of the WardWizard Group, will begin accepting pre-orders for its new Mihos electric scooter on January 22, 2023. The Joy e-Bike Mihos were launched earlier this month at the 2023 Auto Expo with an introductory price of ¥149,000 first 5,000 customers (ex-showroom, India). Potential customers can reserve the e-scooters for free online or at one of the company’s more than 600 showrooms across the country.
WardWizard also revealed that deliveries of the Mihos electric scooters will be phased in from March. Mihos was designed and developed with polydicyclopentadiene (PDCPD) for greater durability and flexibility, the company said. The model is also equipped with a wide and long seat, while the seat height is 750mm for easy access. Styling incorporates retro classic lines and curved body shell.
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Commenting on the opening of pre-orders, Yatin Gupte, Chairman and General Manager, WardWizard Innovations Mobility, said: “We have had an amazing response to MIHOS at the Auto Expo. Visitors not only appreciated its retro design, but also praised the way it was used to make the scooters for increased safety (PDCPD). In response to the positive response from consumers, we are pleased to start booking MIHOS online for free. Our idea is to provide services to our patrons through both online and offline media. With its state-of-the-art technology and advanced features, we have Confidence in meeting customer expectations.”
The Joy electric bike Mihos measures 1,864mm long, 700mm wide and 1,178mm high. The wheelbase is 1,360 millimeters. The electric scooter has telescopic forks at the front and a spring suspension at the rear. This model has a ground clearance of 175mm. This model also has features like smartphone connectivity via Bluetooth, remote tracking, reverse mode, GPS tracking, regenerative braking, side stand indicator and hydraulic combined braking system (CBS).
Power comes from a 2.5 kWh lithium-ion battery that powers a 1.5 kW BLDC electric motor that produces 90 Nm of peak torque. The company claims 0-40 km/h acceleration in under 7 seconds and a top speed of 70 km/h. The company says its batteries contain a series of safety sensors for current protection and thermal cutoff. The model promises a range of 100 kilometers on a single charge and can be fully charged in four hours.
First published date: Jan 20, 2023 at 16:47pm CST