WardWizard, a manufacturer of electric two-wheelers under the name “Joy e-bike,” has introduced the new-generation Mihos EV at the cost of Rs 1.49 lakh at the 2023 Auto Expo (ex-showroom, India).
This will be an extremely robust Poly Dicyclopentadiene (PDCPD) material high-speed electric scooter. The electric scooter’s 2.5 kWh capacity is powered by a 74V40Ah Li-Ion battery using Nickel Manganese Cobalt chemistry. The EV has a range of up to 100 kilometres and can reach 40 kilometres per hour in less than 7 seconds on a single charge. The bike has a twin-disc brake with an electrical braking system that helps the domestic EV maker stop the vehicle in the shortest period of time.
The EV seat looks higher and longer, with a height of 750mm and a longer wheelbase of 1,360mm. The electric scooter is 1,864mm in length, 700mm in width, and 1,178mm in height. It had mono-reversible spring suspension at the back and telescopic suspension up front.
The Joy E-connect app, reverse mode, antitheft, and many more features are included with the EV for improved usability and safety. Additionally, it has features like a side stand sensor and a hydraulic combi-braking system (CBS). The electric scooter is available in a variety of hues, including glossy yellow, pearl white, glossy black, and metallic blue. Additionally, it may accommodate up to two riders at once. All 600+ of the company’s authorised dealerships will now accept reservations for the electric scooter as of today (Jan. 12).
Speaking on the launch occasion and the company’s prospects, Mr Yatin Gupte, Chairman and Managing Director of Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility Ltd, said, “As one of the first promoters of electric mobility in the country, we are committed to building a sustainable environment and greener planet for the generations of today and tomorrow. Our new product MIHOS is designed and developed keeping in mind the aspirations of the customers and market demand. The scooter will not only excite the customers with its retro look and advanced features but will also provide extra safety with its high standards of durability and comfort across various road conditions. The company is further investing in R&D for creating a holistic e-mobility ecosystem and developing India’s first EV ancillary cluster to accelerate the adoption and growth of green mobility in the country. The year 2023 is going to be the establishing year of EV mobility in the country.”