Joy e-bike surpasses 1,00,000 units sales of electric two wheelers

The bike that marked this milestone was Mihos which was rolled out from Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility’s Vadodara plant

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Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility milestone

In a milestone achievement, electric vehicle maker Wardwizard Innovations & Mobility (WIML) rolled out its 1,00,000th unit, Mihos from its manufacturing plant in Vadodara under the Joy e-bike brand. 

As India's first listed EV company on the BSE, WIML introduced its first Low-Speed Electric Scooter, the Butterfly, in 2018. The company has a portfolio of 10 models, including high-speed and low-speed variants, along with a network of over 750 touchpoints.
In celebration of this monumental milestone, the company has introduced a series of exclusive offers for its customers, offering special benefits and free insurance.

Commenting on this achievement, Yatin Gupte, Chairman and Managing Director of WIML said, “We are deeply grateful to our customers and stakeholders for their unwavering support, which has propelled Wardwizard Innovations to its position as a leading electric two-wheeler brand in the country. This milestone of one lakh sales underscores the quality of our diverse product range and underscores our steadfast dedication to a sustainable future and meeting customer demands. As we continue to innovate and empower communities through our 'Joy e-bike' brand, we are driven by a collective vision of a greener, more sustainable mobility landscape.”

At the recently concluded Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024, WIML unveiled the concept of its first hydrogen-powered electric two-wheeler and showcased its current product line-up, including high and low-speed models and the electric three-wheeler under the brand name 'Joy e-rik.'

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