Book your Simple Energy e-scooter on August 15 for Rs 1,947

    Published On Aug 12, 2021 02:05:00 PM


    The removable battery pack will weigh over 6kg.

    Pre-bookings for the Simple Energy Mark 2 electric scooter will open at 5pm on August 15, for an amount of Rs 1,947.

    • Removable battery pack will weigh over 6kg
    • Pre-orders will be given priority delivery
    • Bookings to open pan-India.

    Simple Energy Mark 2: pre-booking amount

    As it nears launch, a few more details have emerged about the intriguing Simple Energy Mark 2 electric scooter. The company will open pre-bookings for its upcoming debut model at 5pm on August 15, for an amount of Rs 1,947. If it hasn’t struck you yet, that amount has been chosen as it signifies the year we gained independence and the fact that the scooter is launching on Independence day.

    Simple Energy Mark 2: battery details

    We have also received images and details of the removable lithium-ion battery pack that the Mark 2 will use. The cuboid-shaped battery pack has a metal outer case with a design machined into it and a handle at the top.It has a battery capacity of 4.8kWh, which is almost double that of Ather 450X’s (2.61kWh), and more than double that of TVS iQube’s (2.25kWh). This is one of the reasons why Simple Energy is able to claim a range of 240km in Eco mode.

    Simple Energy Mark 2: battery pack weight

    Each battery pack will weigh over 6kg, and while there isn’t an exact figure yet, this is still quite heavy, making charging it in the scooter a more practical solution. While the battery pack has been developed in-house by Simple Energy, the individual cells inside are not made in India.

    Simple Energy Mark 2: upcoming review

    We will be riding the Mark 2 after its launch on August 15, and our review will be out on August 20, so stay tuned for more updates.

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