Bounce introduces the all new Infinity E1 electric scooter

Bounce, The Bangalore based EV manufacturer has launched the all new Bounce Infinity E1 in 2 different ownership models Priced at 58999/- for the E1 along with battery and charger, the Bounce is one of India’s lowest priced EV scooter with decent performance.

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1) Scooter with battery & charger – 68999/-

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2) Scooter with Battery on rent – 36000/-

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The battery as a service model is first time seen in India. Bounce shall also be installing battery swapping stations, where owners can swap their discharged battery with a full charged one. So technically, Bounce will never let your Infinity run out of juice. Technically speaking, the Infinity will come with a 2Kw battery which will give it a maximum range of 85kms. On power mode, it will deliver 50-55kms. Top speed in all modes is locked at 65kmph, which is decent enough.

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Pre-bookings are now open, and one can book himself a Bounce Infinity with just 499/- as a booking amount. Deliveries shall begin by March 2022.

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In terms of features, it gets s Reverse mode, cruise control and drag mode along with economy and power modes. Other than that, it gets a side stand sensor, six axis accelerometer, Voltage fluctuations protection. The infinity E1 can be tracked remotely via the application, the application also helps you with the remaining range . It also gets a antitheft system, which on tampering will lock the rear wheel of the scooter, making it difficult to move. It also gets this tow alert, which will alert you, incase your infinity is moved within the parking space.

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The all new Bounce infinity will be available in 5 different colours, viz grey, silver, black, white and red. It’s gets a digital speedometer for displaying all basic information to the rider. In terms of bootspace, it gets a 12 litre boot, which will fit a open face helmet easily, but full face helmet fitting in seems difficult. The E1 sports LED projector lamps for lighting, which indicators and tail lamp too is LED type. The Infinity is built on a tubular frame, and has telescopic suspension on the front and has twin shock absorbers at the rear.

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