Rajkumar, Founder and CEO, Simple Energy, said, “We understand electric
mobility is the future, and two-wheelers are the vehicle of the masses. It is a
part of our vision to revolutionise the electric two-wheeler segment and make
premium electric mobility solutions affordable and accessible to people. We are
elated with the market response that has been coming across our way on Simple
One. The technology used for the Simple One will define and enable our future
in this industry. We have some of India’s best minds conducting R&D,
designing and engineering for our products, and we are confident that Simple
One will supersede customer expectations.”
One offers a driving range of 203 km in Eco mode and a maximum range of 236km
in IDC for a fully charged battery. The vehicle can sprint from 0-40kmph in
less than 2.95 seconds along with a speed of up to 105km/h. It comes with the
largest 30L boot space and features like intuitive smart dashboard, and much
more to surprise the customers. It has angular sharp design with winglets on
the sides, proportioned and sleek body structure, sporty look and integrated turn indicators both on the front
and rear side.
Simple One will be produced at phase 1 of the manufacturing unit located at
Hosur, Tamil Nadu, which will have an annual capacity of up to 1 million units.
The factory is currently getting ready for mass manufacturing, and will be
operational in the coming weeks. The company has also commissioned a second
plant in Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu, which will be spread across 600 acres and have
a capacity of 12.5 mn units annually — making it the largest two-wheeler producer
in the world.
line with building the best in-class electric scooter, Simple Energy has
recently announced the completion of developing an advanced thermal management
system with the Indian Institute of Technology-Indore (IIT Indore). This
association was aimed at improving the safety, dependability, and lifespan of
the battery modules in all its products.