Joy E-bikes were launched last year and they are doing quite good on the market. According to the report published in Express Drives, the company has sold a total of 945 units in the month of July, which is 446 percent more than the 173 units in the month of July last year. Let’s take a look at its specifications.
The Thunderbolt is powered by a 73.6V 72Ah lithium-ion battery with a claimed range of 110km and a 5kW BLDC hub motor that delivers 230Nm of torque. We wouldn't suggest you take this figure at face value as the torque output at the wheel hasn’t been revealed. You can charge the bike using a 10Amp charger, however, there's no word on how long it'll take for a full charge. Its hardware comprises a telescopic fork and mono shock, twin disc brakes up front, and a single disc at the rear. It may come with CBS as opposed to ABS. It also features Internet of Things (IoT) sensors.
The price of Joy e-bike Thunderbolt starts at Rs. 2,33,000. Joy e-bike Thunderbolt is offered in 1 variant - Thunderbolt STD which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2,33,000.