February 23, 2024

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Simple Energy’s career may be in trouble

Simple Energy’s career may be in trouble

Here is a brief update on the Simple Energy Electric Scooter


Simple Energy manufactures Simple One electric scooter, one of the most popular electric two-wheelers on the market. Simple One, the company’s first electric scooter, was launched on 15 August 2021. At the time of the launch, Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO of Simple Energy, stated that the company plans to sell 1.5 lakh units in 18 months.


There is, however, a different view among sources. It has been reported by several sources that Simple Energy was once again unable to sell a single unit of its Simple One Electric Scooter last month. Over the past two months, the company has failed to deliver a single scooter. The scooter was launched on 15th August 2021 and in the time since then, according to data gathered from their website, only 37 scooters have been sold. It is claimed that more than one lakh bookings for the scooter have already been made by the company. In fact, as per sources, some customers are now claiming that they are receiving calls from the company asking them to cancel their pre-bookings of the scooters as a result of the cancellation policy.


Simple One E-scooter

Simple has designed the Simple One in a minimalistic and futuristic manner. It is evident that there are many similarities between the Ather 450X and this vehicle, especially the triangular headlights. The body of the vehicle is flared with many cuts and has a sharp tail unit. It has a thick and chunky grab handle as well.


Aside from LED headlights, the Simple One is equipped with an instrument console measuring 7 inches and Bluetooth navigation. Additionally, you can make and receive telephone calls, listen to music, and even store documents on the device. As well as OTA updates and geo-fencing, the Simple One also includes a tire pressure monitoring system, vehicle tracking, and a tire pressure monitoring system. It is possible to connect to the Internet via 4G LTE SIM and Bluetooth. There is a 30-litre storage capacity under the seat of the Simple One and it weighs 110 pounds.



In terms of performance, the Simple One Standard is powered by a 4.8kWh lithium-ion battery that is claimed to deliver a range of 236km (Indian Driving Cycle) when used in Eco mode. In the meantime, it is claimed that the top speed of the vehicle will be 105 kmph. There was an additional battery variant released by the company in addition to the standard battery and this one comes with a 6.4kWh battery with a claimed IDC range of over 300km. It is also claimed by the EV manufacturer that the One is capable of sprinting from 0 to 40km/h in less than 2.85 seconds, which makes it the fastest scooter on the market in the country. In addition to its power specs of 4.8kW, it produces a peak torque of 72Nm and an 8.5kW peak power rating. Unlike its rivals, the One features a chain drive system which, unlike other models on the market, makes it unique. It is based on a traditional underbone chassis, and it is supported by a telescopic fork and a monoshock system that is mounted at the front. As part of the CBS package, both ends of the scooter are equipped with disc brakes for added assurance. Last but not least, the One should be stable enough to handle corners and cruise through traffic, thanks to its 12-inch alloy wheels.



With its feature set, this electric motorcycle looks very similar to the Ather 450X, Ola S1 Pro, TVS iQube ST, as well as the Tork Kratos. There is the possibility of going up to 212 km per charge after a full charge has been completed. It takes about one hour for the battery to be fully charged.





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