Electric Vehicles

Joy electric motorcycles launched in India at INR 2.29 lakh

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Electric mobility solutions company, Joy E-bike have launched four new products in the Indian market. The new electric motorcycles start at the price of INR 2.29 lakh and go up to INR 2.33 lakh ex-showroom. The motorcycles come with a hub-mounted electric motor, stylish design in the naked roadster, streetfighter and supersport design. The motorcycles from Joy E-Bike are Skyline, Hurricane, Thunderbolt and Beast.

Skyline and Thunderbolt

The Skyline and Thunderbolt feature a supersport motorcycle design. The brand appears to have drawn the design inspiration from the Kawasaki Ninja and the motorcycles feature a sharp design language. Both come with split headlamps and aerodynamic front faring. The motorcycles get fully faired body clip-on handlebars and split seats. Although design and colour line helps differentiate one from the other.

Hurricane & Beast

While the Hurricane features a roadster design language, the Beast comes with a chiselled streetfighter look. The Hurrican comes with stacked headlamps and sharp tank shrouds. The roadster features a muscular tank and comes with split seats. The Hurricane also features an external crash guard painted in red. The Beast draws inspiration from the Kawasaki Z series and features a low slung headlamp. Both motorcycles get upright handlebars and a sleek tail section.

All four motorcycles come with a conventional telescopic suspension on the front and a monoshock on the rear. Also common is the 17-inch alloy wheel with a Y-spoke design and dual discs on the front and single-disc on the rear.


The Hurricane features a 5000 Watts DC Brushless Hub Motor with 230Nm of output. The power unit draws power from a 73.6V 54Ah Lithium-Ion (Fixed Type) battery pack that claims to return a range of 75 km on a single charge. The Skyline, Thunderbolt and Beast, feature the same power unit but a larger 72Ah battery that provides fast charging and a range of 90 km – 110 km.

The electric motorcycles will be manufactured at the brand’s production plant in Vadodara, Gujarat.