Bounce Infinity E1 Launched At INR 45,099
Today marks the official debut of Bounce’s Infinity E1 electric scooter in India! The Bounce Infinity E1 will come with a one-of-a-kind — the first of its type in the Indian market. Scooters with Battery-as-a-Service cost INR 36,000 (Delhi Ex-Showroom) + subscription to Battery-as-a-Service.
Customers may reserve this smart scooter for a low fee of INR 499, which is fully refundable. The Bounce Infinity E1 scooters are FAME II compliant. Pre-orders begin today, with deliveries scheduled for March 2022 through its dealership network and online platform, ensuring smooth delivery across India. It will be accompanied by a three-year, 50,000-kilometer warranty.
The Bounce Infinity E1 is available in five vibrant colours: Sporty Red, Sparkle Black, Pearl White, Desat Silver, and Come Grey. LED projector headlamps, LED lighting all around, attractive alloy wheels, and a digital speedometer are among the visual features. The under-seat storage capacity is 12 litres. It has a tubular frame and hydraulic telescopic front suspension, as well as dual shock absorbers at the back, which are optimised for riding comfort.
It comes with a 48V 39 AH BLDC motor that is waterproofed to IP 67. This motor generates 83 NM of torque for the Infinity E1 scooter. The Bounce E1 has a peak speed of 65 kmph and can accelerate from 0 to 40 kmph in 8 seconds. It also has two modes: Power Mode for times you need to surge ahead in traffic and Eco Mode for when you want to conserve energy.
When travelling for an extended period of time, use the Eco mode. A twin-disc brake mechanism has been included to enhance user safety. To provide a smooth and rapid stop, disc brakes have been linked with an electrical braking system. The battery may be charged by attaching it to any standard electrical outlet; charging time is around 4 to 5 hours. This scooter can travel 85 kilometres on a single battery.
Customers have the option of purchasing the Bounce Infinity E1 without the battery and instead of using Bounce’s battery-swapping network. Customers pay for battery swaps when they exchange an empty battery for a fully charged one using Bounce’s wide swapping network. This reduces the scooter’s operating expenses significantly, by up to 40% when compared to traditional scooters. The Bounce Infinity E1 will also come with a battery that can be taken from the scooter and charged at the customer’s house, business, or wherever it is most convenient.
Bounce has been establishing a broad battery-swapping network through notable partnerships, which will serve both its retail customers and its thriving ride-sharing company. The goal is to develop the world’s largest and densest battery swapping platform to enable India’s transition to clean transportation and to provide clients with a swapping facility within one kilometre of their homes.