Fujiyama Launches Thunder Plus Electric Scooter with Advanced Safety Technologies

Fujiyama Launches Thunder Plus Electric Scooter with Advanced Safety Technologies

Fujiyama continues to lead innovation in the electric vehicle (EV) segment with the launch of its latest offering, the Thunder Plus electric scooter. The Thunder Plus comes in two variants, Thunder VLRA and Thunder LI, catering to both high and low-speed segments of the market.

The Thunder Plus sets a new standard in electric scooter performance and features. The Thunder VLRA variant boasts a top speed of 25 KMPH, powered by a 250 WATT motor, delivering an impressive mileage of 60 KMPC. Equipped with a 48V 28AH VRLA battery, the Thunder VLRA ensures a reliable and efficient ride. On the other hand, the Thunder LI variant offers similar performance with a top speed of 25 KMPH and a 250 WATT motor but extends its mileage to an exceptional 90 KMPC. With a 60V 30AH VRLA battery, the Thunder LI provides an extended range, making it an ideal choice for urban commuters.

Both variants feature advanced specifications such as digital instrument clusters, LED lights with DRL, remote lock and unlock, anti-theft alert, and USB charging ports, ensuring convenience and safety for riders. Additionally, the Thunder LI variant offers the convenience of a portable battery, allowing for easy charging on the go. The Ex showroom price starts at INR 64,990 for Thunder LI Battery Variant.

Commenting on the launch, Udit Agarwal, CEO of Fujiyama, remarked, "The Thunder Plus represents Fujiyama's commitment to providing cutting-edge EV solutions that address the growing environmental concerns while offering a practical solution to the challenges posed by the rise in fuel prices and crowded roads. With its advanced features and superior performance, we believe the Thunder Plus will further accelerate the adoption of electric scooters in India."

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