The new Simple One electric scooter has arrived in the Indian market to rival the likes of the Ather 450X, Ola S1, and TVS iQube. This is the first product from the Bengaluru-based electric two-wheeler manufacturer, and it is available from Rs. 1.45 lakh onwards.
Previously, we brought you the top five highlights and key details about the new Simple One electric scooter. Here, we bring a detailed image gallery of this newly launched electric scooter.
The styling cues are similar to the prototype model, and the newly launched Simple One electric scooter features an apron-mounted headlight, sharp body panels, split-style spokes for alloy wheels, and six bold colour options.
The colour choices comprise Namma Red, Brazen Black, Azure Blue, Grace White, BrazenX, and LightX.
The electric motor on this new product delivers a peak and continuous power output of 8.5kW and 4.5kW, respectively. Meanwhile, the torque output is rated at 72Nm. The 0-40kmph acceleration time is claimed to take just 2.77 seconds, while the top speed is rated at 105kmph.
The Simple One boasts four ride modes – Eco, Ride, Dash, and Sonic. Notably, the acceleration time, top speed, and range change based on the selected ride mode.
This electric scooter comes with two battery packs – Fixed and Portable. Their charging time is rated at 3 hours 47 minutes and 2 hours and 07 minutes, respectively via a home charger. The optional 750W fast charger is claimed to recharge the battery pack at the speed of 1.5km per minute. The timings mentioned above are for 0-80 per cent recharge levels.
The vehicle, motor, and battery are backed by a three-year/30,000km warranty. On the other hand, the charger comes with a one-year/10,000km warranty.
Moreover, the premium feature list includes full-LED lighting, a seven-inch TFT touchscreen display, parking assist, Bluetooth, 4G LTE, onboard maps, document storage, ride statistics, OTA updates, and call and music controls.
The suspension tasks on the new Simple One electric scooter are handled by telescopic front forks and a rear monoshock.
Further, the braking setup includes a 200mm single disc with a triple-piston calliper at the front and a 190mm rear disc with a single-piston calliper at the back. The company claims a braking distance (60-0kmph) of 27 metres. The safety net comprises a combined braking system and regenerative braking.
The scooter boasts a 796mm of seat height, 134kg of kerb weight, 300mm water wading capacity, and a 30-litre boot space.
Simple Energy will commence deliveries in Bengaluru in the first phase and aims to expand to 40-50 cities in the next 12 months.