Simple Energy’s founder and CEO Suhas Rajkumar has shared a lot about the company’s planning and target regarding the EV segment.
Bangalore-based EV startup Simple Energy has entered the electric vehicle segment with its first electric scooter, the Simple One, and just after this entry, the company has made its future plans public. In view of the response being received by the Simple One Electric Scooter, the company has started preparing to launch a new electric motorcycle and electric car.
What does the company have to say?
Speaking to the media, Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO, Simple Energy said that the company is working on a new electric bike after launching the Simple One. The company can launch this Simple Energy Electric Bike in the market within the next 18 months. Apart from this, Suhas told that Simple Energy is also working on an electric car and the company has set a target of 2025 to launch Simple Energy Electric Car.
Simple Energy Electric Bike: What is the company’s planning?
Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO of Simple Energy said, Simple Energy is working on two of its new electric vehicles. It has an electric scooter and an electric motorcycle and the company is aiming to launch both these electric vehicles in the next 18 months. Along with launching both these electric two wheelers, the company is also working on its electric car for entry in the electric car segment, which has been targeted to be launched in the market by 2025.
Simple Energy will update its powertrain
Company founder Suhas Rajkumar talking about the work being done in the technical field with future plans, said that Simple Energy is continuously working to upgrade its powertrain and also on a new magnetless electric motor. R&D is going on which after completion will be used by the company in its vehicle.
Simple Energy has recently launched Simple One
Simple Energy has recently launched its first electric scooter, Simple One, after a long wait of more than 2 years, with an initial price of Rs 1.45 lakh, which goes up to Rs 1.50 lakh in its top model. In Simple One, the company has given a 5kWh capacity lithium-ion battery pack, which the company claims a range of 212 kilometers on full charging. The Simple One competes directly with the Ola S1 and the Ather 450.