Bangalore-based electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, Simple Energy, has commenced deliveries of its highly anticipated Simple One electric scooter across the country. With its debut in May 2023 and a price tag of ₹1,45,000, the Simple One aims to revolutionize urban mobility and transform the way people commute through its cutting-edge engineering and state-of-the-art battery technology.
Founder and CEO of Simple Energy, Mr. Suhas Rajkumar, expressed his excitement about the launch, stating, “We are delighted to initiate the deliveries of the Simple ONE, starting with customers in Bengaluru. Our team has worked tirelessly to create a comprehensive product that not only offers sustainability but also provides an efficient transportation option for our customers. We are confident that the Simple ONE will redefine the segment and contribute to a greener future while delivering a delightful ownership experience.”
The Simple One boasts an impressive driving range of 212 kilometers, offering users a substantial distance on a single charge. The vehicle is equipped with advanced safety features and smart connectivity options, positioning it as a truly futuristic mode of transportation.
Notably, the Simple One accelerates from 0 to 40 kmph in a remarkable 2.77 seconds, setting a new benchmark in its class. It also features a unique thermal management system, developed collaboratively with IIT-Indore, making it the first e-scooter to incorporate such technology.
To ensure exceptional customer service, Simple Energy has established a robust distribution network and is closely working with authorized dealers to facilitate timely deliveries and efficient after-sales support. The company has plans to expand its retail operations to 40-50 cities through a network of 160-180 retail stores, providing wider accessibility to customers across the country.
Earlier this year, Simple Energy inaugurated its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant, Simple Vision 1.0, in Shoolagiri, Tamil Nadu. With an installed annual capacity of approximately 10 lakhs units, the facility showcases the company’s commitment to scaling production and meeting the increasing demand for electric vehicles in India.