Underpinnings of the Simple One comprise of a tubular underbone chassis, sprung on a telescopic fork and a monoshock. It rolls on 12-inch alloy wheels shod with 90-section tyres. However, Simple Energy will also offer the scooter with a 100-section front and 110-section rear tyre combination as well. Braking prowess comes via a 200mm disc up front and a 190mm disc at the rear, which work in conjunction thanks to CBS. Oh, and the braking is regenerative too. The Simple One tips the scale at 110kg and has a seat height of 775mm, which should make it pretty easy to ride for most people.
Simple One is available in 4 different colours - Brazen Black, Grace White, Namma Red, Azure Blue. Every colour has its own uniqueness and choosing a colour totally depends on individual choice. So, we would request you to discuss it with your family so that you can finalize the colour to be purchased.
The Bengaluru-based startup Simple Energy has finally launched its flagship scooter, the Simple One in India at Rs 1,09,999 (ex-showroom). The e-scooter will be available in Bengaluru and will reach 75 cities in 13 states in the next three to seven months. Simple Energy has also commenced pan India pre-bookings for the scooter at a token of Rs 1947. Moreover, we would suggest you wait for the launch of Simple Energy One in your state . Stay tuned.Read more:- Simple’s One Aims To Take The Ola S1 And Ather 450X Head On
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The USP of both, the Ola S1 Pro and the Simple Energy One, are their mechanicals. Between the two, the Simple One has a much better claimed range and it’s even marginally quicker to 40kmph than the S1 Pro. The Simple’s massive range is thanks to its twin battery setup with one fixed and one removable unit. The former takes 2.75 hours while the latter takes 75 minutes to charge to 80 percent -- significantly shorter than Ola's claimed charging time. The Ola S1 Pro has its own set of merits too which make it an excellent prospect in the market. But a crucial Rs 20,000 price difference makes the Simple One better value for money. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort.Read More: - Ola S1 Pro vs Simple One: Specs Compared
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The Bengaluru-based startup Simple Energy has finally launched its flagship scooter, the Simple One in India at Rs 1,09,999 (ex-showroom). The e-scooter will be available in Bengaluru and will reach 75 cities in 13 states in the next three to seven months. Moreover, you may click on the link to get the dealership details.
You probably have to wait till end of 2023 (if not 2023 then eternity). As there are no major communication from the Simple one team. Also considering they have 60000 bookings so far & allowing to sale in showrooms, they probably need 6-7 month from now as they have just setup the factory & assuming no deliverable product has been ready so far. On top of that each vehicle have to undergo all the safety test and lot others before they went down to market.
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Simple Energy claims that the e-scooter can sprint from 0 to 40kmph in 2.95 seconds, making it the quickest e-scooter in the market. Riding modes on the e-scooter include Eco, Rain, Dash, and Sonic. The total claimed range stands at an incredible 203km in Eco mode at around 40-50kmph, and the removable battery alone offers around 60km range. Moreover, the brand has not revealed the range of all the modes so we would suggest you to get in touch with the brand directly.
In a bid to accelerate electric vehicle adoption in the country, the Government of India has announced massive revisions to the FAME 2 subsidy scheme. The most notable change is that the subsidy rate has gone up from Rs 10,000 per kWh to Rs 15,000 per kWh.Read More: - OPINION: Will FAME 2 Subsidy Revisions Actually Make A Difference?