Simply Energy launched the Simple One electric bike on 15 August, here are the specification  

Simply Energy launched a Simple One electric bike housing 27000 cells to power a 4.8 kWh battery and will travel to 0-40km/h in just 2.95 seconds with a speed of 105 km/h.

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On 15th August, the 75th Indian Independence Day, Simply Energy launched a Simple One electric bike. It will compete against the Ola's S1 and S1 Pro along with Ather 450x. Reportedly at the launch event, the founder of the company Shreshth Mishra said they are focusing on low-range electric bikes. They want to offer a long-range with long-lasting performance.  

The company is planning to set up 300 charging stations across 13 states in India. They are planning to do this in the coming months. On a full range, the electric bike will travel about 236km. It will be Offering an extensive scooter range in India. The Simple One will come in various colour variants like Brazen black, Grace White, Namma Red, and Azure Blue. 

This electric bike will travel to 0-40km/h in just 2.95 seconds with a speed of 105 km/h. The vehicle will have a 4.8 kWh battery which is IP67 water and dust resistance. The battery will get power from 27000 cells that are placed in the bike. It comes with a Smart dashboard, which is BlueTooth and 4G enabled. You can access maps, switch to light and dark themes and listen to music when paired with a phone. The Loop section allows you to charge your bike on the go. It comes with a boot space of 30 litres. One can pre-book the bike from its official website with an attractive amount of Rs. 1947 (The year when India got its Independence, considering the launch on Independence day itself). The bike will launch at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 1,09,999. Due to the subsidy offered, the bike will get even cheaper in some Indian states.