he additional battery has a capacity of 1.6 kWh, which can be easily stowed in the boot of the scooter.
Bangalore-based electric two-wheeler start-up Simple Energy which has made a lot of news around its flagship tech-laded performance e-scooter the Simple One has announced that it will now offer customers an option for an add-on battery. The Simple One, along with the advanced additional battery is priced at Rs 144,999 (ex-showroom), an increase of Rs 35,000.
This the start-up claims will increase the range of the e-scooter to more than 300km on a single charge compared to more than 235km with a single battery. The additional battery has a capacity of 1.6 kWh, which can be easily stowed in the boot of the scooter.
Suhas Rajkumar, founder and CEO, Simple Energy said, “When we conceived the Simple One, we had the aim of offering an electric scooter that could offer enough range for users to not have to worry about range or charging. Offering an extra battery will allow power users to reach destinations that no other electric two-wheeler in India can. This additional battery can easily fit in the boot of the scooter offering a range of over 300km.”
Customers would be able to opt for the additional battery pack option during the final payment, with deliveries beginning in June.
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