- Simple Energy is an electric vehicle start-up located in Bengaluru.
- In eco mode, the Mark 2 e-scooter has a range of 240 kilometres and a top speed of 100 kilometres per hour.
Simple Energy, the Bengaluru-based electric vehicle fire up, has reported that it equips to present its first item, an electric bike, on August fifteenth, 2021.
Beforehand the bike was scheduled to go marked down in the principal half of 2021; however, the Covid-19’s subsequent wave appears to have messed up the dispatch plans.
The upcoming electric two-wheeler has been codenamed Mark 2:
The forthcoming electric bike has been codenamed Mark 2, a long-range electric bike with a maximum of 100 kmph. According to true cases, the Mark 2 will be fit for speeding up from 0 to 50 kmph in 3.6 seconds.
It will include a 4.8 kWh lithium-particle battery that will empower the bike to cover 240 km in eco mode when completely energized.
Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO of Simple Energy, stated:
Talking on this declaration, Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO of Simple Energy, said, “We are excited to report the dispatch date.
Fifteenth August is a critical achievement for the country, Simple Energy targets making history with an elite item made by an Indian organization.
Because of the continuous second rush of COVID-19, we have picked this date by trusting that the circumstance would improve. We anticipate the surprising excursion ahead.”
The Mark 2 scooter will sport a futuristic design:
The Mark 2 bike will brandish a cutting edge plan and be founded on a mid-drive engine with a removable battery.
A portion of the key highlights, for example, contact screen, onboard route, and Bluetooth network, will be seen on the bike, which will probably be estimated someplace in the scope of Rs1,10,000 to ₹ 1,20,000, the organization has reported.
E-scooter will be made available in Bengaluru initially:
It will be made accessible in Bengaluru first, where the organization has its R&D focus and production line.
After Bengaluru, it will be additionally be presented in other significant urban areas like Hyderabad and Chennai.