Producer of Joy e-bike, WardWizard launch 3 new electric scooters
WardWizard, the producer of the Joy e-bike electric two-wheeler brand, announced the debut of two new 'Made-in-India' high-speed scooters, the Wolf+ which is priced at Rs 1.10 lakh and Gen Next Nanu+ priced at Rs 1.06 lakh, as well as a fleet management electric scooter, the Del Go that is priced at Rs 1.14 lakh.
Joy e-bike's introduction into the high-speed electric scooter market is highlighted by the launch of these 3 new electric scooters. The R&D team created Wolf+, Gen Next Nanu+ and Del Go with the goal of encouraging localization and the "Make-in-India" strategy. The scooters will be manufactured in Vadodara, Gujarat, at the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.
Keyless start/stop, smart connection, driving modes, remote apps, reverse mode, anti-theft and GPS enabled are all available on the new Wolf+, Gen Next Nanu electric scooters. These scooters are equipped with a 1500W motor that produces 20 Nm of peak torque and has a top speed of 55 kmph. This scooter's battery range is said to be 100 kilometres when fully charged.
Bookings for all three scooters have begun as of February 11, 2022, at all of the company's dealerships. All three scooters will be covered by a three-year comprehensive warranty.
Yatin Gupte, Chairman & Managing Director, Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility Ltd, said, "We are one of the first few manufacturers to focus on the next-generation mobility solutions and usher in the era of sustainable mobility with the concept of Feasibility, Availability and Responsibility. As the Government is supporting the transition to e-mobility with various incentives and subsidies, we are also committed to strengthen and boost the potential of the industry with the cutting-edge technology and a world-class range of products. In this year, we are focussing on expanding our portfolio, network and diversify into new segments. We shall continue to invest on R&D and creating holistic e-mobility ecosystem to accelerate its growth and adoption of green mobility in the country."
Starts Rs 1,10,149
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