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Simple Energy One

Simple Energy One is an electric scooter which is expected to launch in India in January 2023 in the expected price range of Rs. 1,00,000 - Rs. 1,05,000 in India. It will be available in 1 variant and 4 colours. It will come with both front and rear disc brakes.

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Expected Price

 1,00,000 -  1,05,000

Expected launch date

January 2023

Launch Confidence:  Low Information about this launch is based upon speculations & rumours and may not be correct.

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Simple Energy One Summary

One key highlights

Riding Range 236 Km
Top Speed 105 Kmph
Kerb Weight 110 kg
Rated Power 4500 W
Max Power 7,000 W
Rear Brake Type Disc

About One

Simple Energy One is expected to launch in India in January 2023 in the expected price range of ₹ 1,00,000 to ₹ 1,05,000. Currently available bikes which are similar to One are BGauss D15, iVOOMi Jeet X & OLA S1. Another bike similar to One is Honda Activa 7G which is launching in November 2022 in India.

The Simple One is Simple Energy, a Bangalore-based company’s first electric scooter that aims to takes the fight to the Ola S1, Ather 450X and Bajaj Chetak.

The scooter is fitted with a 4.8kWh battery pack and claims to offer a range of 203km in Eco mode. Powering the e-scooter is a 4.5kW motor that delivers 72Nm and a claimed 0-40 time of 2.95 seconds. Meanwhile, its top-speed ranges from 98kmph to 105kmph depending on the tyre choice.

The list of features on the Simple One include four riding modes- Eco, Ride, Dash and Sonic. It also gets a 7-inch touchscreen with 4G and Bluetooth connectivity along with full-LED lighting. The scooter also offers music and call control, navigation, vehicle tracking and a tyre pressure monitoring system among other features like find-my-bike, and geo-fencing. Besides this, the Simple One also boasts a 30-litre underseat storage.

Simple Energy is offering the electric scooter in a choice of four colors- Azure Blue, Brazen Black, Grace White and Namma Red.
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Simple Energy One Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Excellent seating ergonomics
    • Fantastic acceleration
    • Lots of space on floorboard
  • Could be Better

    • Poor lean angles
    • Misses out on belt final drive
    • Poor brand recall

BikeWale's Take

The Simple One is the latest e-scooter in the market. It is loaded with lots of features, performance that is fantastic and an extremely practical riding range. But the brand isn’t known yet and there are a few things that makes the scooter less aspiring. But things should get better when the final production model is unveiled.

Simple Energy One Review

Here’s what we gauged from the few hours that we spent with the new Simple One.


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Why buy it?

- Stylish design

- Good battery range and performance

- Well tuned throttle calibration

Why avoid it?

- Uncomfortable rider's triangle

- Firm ride quality 

- Misses centre stand

It’s been nearly 11 months since we last saw the Simple One electric scooter in flesh, but that product was far from ready. Recently, however, we got our hands on a near production-ready scooter to test its performance and features. Do note that these were trial-production models and thus the overall fit and finish weren’t up to the mark.

Simple Energy One Left Rear Three Quarter

The folks at Simple Energy assured us that the issues around the fit and finish will be ironed out on the delivery-ready scooters but we will hold our thoughts until we see the final product, most likely in September this year. The main motive behind the media ride, then, was to give us a taste of Simple One’s performance. Here’s what we gauged from the few hours that we spent with the new Simple One.

The Looks

Simple Energy One Front View

The Simple One takes a modern approach when it comes to styling. ‘Aggressive’ would be an apt term to describe the design of the scooter, and it features sharp character lines across the bodywork. The front packs an apron-mounted LED headlight and LED turn indicators while the LED DRLs sit on the handlebar. Then, the dual-tone finish to the apron and the body panels enhance the aesthetics and make the scooter look instantly desirable. At the back, the Simple One features a split-style taillight and a stylish pillion grabrail. In fact, the forward-slanting seat design looks aggressive too, but it comes at the cost of comfort. More on that in the latter part of the review.

Simple Energy One Tail Light

This product from Simple Energy will be offered in at least four colours while a fifth paint option was under development when we tested the electric scooter. The paint quality of the base colour looked promising but we cannot say the same about the black parts on the scooter. The uneven panel gaps, too, do not help Simple One’s case, but as mentioned in the introduction, these are trial-production scooters. The switchgear quality, too, wasn’t something to write home about.

Simple Energy One Handle Bar

Keeping aside the fit and finish issues, the Simple One is a very desirable electric scooter by the looks of it. Its styling should appeal to young buyers and the performance will keep even the experienced riders engaged. How much? Let us explain.

The Package

Simple Energy One Head Light

Let’s discuss the interesting bits that would appeal to young buyers. The feature list on the Simple One is at par with its rivals, and the electric scooter comes equipped with full-LED lighting and a Bluetooth and Wi-Fi-enabled colour-TFT display with touchscreen function. The operations are smooth too, thanks to the 2GB RAM that powers the console.

Simple Energy One TFT Touchscreen Instrument Cluster

The software was under BETA test and the first scooter that we received didn’t display the riding modes changes on the screen. The replacement scooter, however, worked better and displayed all the correct information. Apart from the ride-related data, such as modes, range, and speed, the console also stored the scooter’s documents and displayed a map powered by Map My India’s software. There are customisation options too, and the rider can play around with the screen background and the font colour. Further, the production-spec model will be equipped with a cruise-control function, but that wasn’t ready on the units that we tested.

Simple Energy One Underseat Storage

The hardware, too, is at par with the rivals and the Simple One uses telescopic front forks and a rear mono-shock to handle the suspension tasks. The braking setup includes disc brakes on both wheels while the safety net comprises a combined braking system. There’s also the 30-litre under-seat storage that can take in a full-face helmet. Closing the lid, however, takes a slight nudge and it may scratch the paint of the helmet.

The Ride

Simple Energy One Left Front Three Quarter

The software is still in the Beta mode, which means not all the features worked when we tested the Simple One. What did work though, and pretty impressively, was the chassis, and the electric motor it contained. The Simple One feels properly fast and climbs the speed ladder with a striking pace. It gets four ride modes – Eco, Ride, Dash, and Sonic.

Simple Energy One Battery Level Indicator

The Eco is the tamest with maximum range while Sonic aims to give all the power that the electric motor can deliver. Not to mention, the Eco mode, despite its economical name, is fairly fast. You can still venture into the high 40s on the speedometer in this mode. Then, the Ride and Dash modes make things even more interesting while reducing the range as compared to the Eco. But it’s the Sonic that hits things out of the park, along with the range. Even with a pillion on board, the electric scooter felt stress-free and properly fast. Simple Energy claims a 0-40kmph acceleration time of 2.77 seconds.

Simple Energy One Electric Bike Battery Pack

Another good thing is that the Simple One packs two battery packs. The combined range in Eco mode stands at 236km under IDC conditions while the company’s internal tests claim a range of 203km. With almost the entire test ride spent in the Sonic mode and riding with generous throttle input, the battery range dropped from 94 per cent to 38 per cent for a distance of 40km.

Simple Energy One Left Front Three Quarter

Moreover, the chassis complements the performance and the Simple One feels planted at high speeds (read 80kmph and above) and around the corners. For my weight of 68kg (including the riding gear), the suspension felt firm without being too harsh. Heavier riders may find the setup to be a lot plusher. Plus, the braking setup has been tuned for an average scooter rider. Thus, the 190mm rear disc packs a lot more bite than the 200mm front rotor and the setup brings the scooter to a halt at a commendably short distance.

Simple Energy One Front Disc Brake

But it isn’t without flaws. Remember the bit where we spoke about the seat in the design part of the review? The forward leaning angle of the saddle makes things uncomfortable while the aggressive design of the apron leaves very little knee room. On the upside, the seat height of just 775mm and a kerb weight of 115kg make it accessible to a wide range of riders and easy to manoeuvre without getting off the scooter. The reverse mode comes in handy too. So, does the Simple One make a strong case?

Should you buy it?

Simple Energy One Left Front Three Quarter

Definitely! The Simple One impresses with its performance and handling characteristics, and it is among the most enjoyable electric scooters I have ridden over the last few years. Its styling is appealing while the technology is promising. The optional 1.4kW home charger, which boasts a charging time of just two hours and is sold for an additional cost of Rs 15,499, further boosts the utility value and gives it an edge over the competition.

Simple Energy One Electric Bike Battery Pack

The company also plans to have a charging infrastructure called the Simple Loop that will be available at over 300 locations in the first phase. The fast charger can recharge the battery pack at the rate of 2.5km per minute. With a normal charger, the fixed battery pack can be recharged in 2 hours and 45 minutes. The removable battery will fully charge in 75 minutes via a normal charger.

Simple Energy One Left Rear Three Quarter

Now, the build quality wasn’t at par with its rivals and these trial-production scooters made some heavy rattling noises during the media rides. We would like to see how the final products turn out and expect to see one in flesh around September this year. Simple Energy is also promising to introduce the electric scooter at the same prices that were announced last year, i.e. Rs 1.10 lakh onwards, which puts it against the big guns like Ather Energy, Bajaj Auto (Chetak), and TVS Motor Company. But given our experience with the Simple One, we can confirm that it packs enough firepower for the battle.

Photography by Kapil Angane

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One Specifications & Features


  • Power & PerformancePower & Performance

    Fuel Type Electric

    Max Power 7,000 W

    Rated Power 4500 W

    Battery charging time --

    Fast charging time --

    Carrying capacity --

    Max Torque 70 Nm

    Transmission Automatic

    Riding Range Maximum distance a petrol bike can travel on a full fuel tank and an electric bike can travel on a full charge 236 Km

    Gradeability The steepness of grade that a motor vehicle is capable of climbing at efficient speed. --

    Top Speed These are estimated figures 105 Kmph

    Battery capacity 4.8 kWh

    Battery type Lithium I-on

    Motor type --

    Charger output --

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  • Brakes, Wheels & SuspensionBrakes, Wheels & Suspension

    Braking System CBS, IBS, SBT, UBS, HBS - Combined braking of both front and rear wheel | ABS - Anti-lock braking system which can be just for front wheel (single channel) or both wheels (dual channel) or can be switched off (switchable) | E-ABS - Electronic assisted braking system | Standard - Cable operated CBS

    Front Brake Type Disc

    Front Brake Size 200 mm

    Rear Wheel Size 12 inch

    Front Tyre Size --

    Rear Tyre Size --

    Rear Brake Type Disc

    Rear Brake Size 190 mm

    Calliper Type --

    Wheel Type Alloy

    Front Wheel Size 12 inch

    Tyre Type Tubeless

    Radial Tyres No

    Front Suspension Telescopic Fork

    Rear Suspension Mono Shock

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  • Dimensions & ChassisDimensions & Chassis

    Kerb Weight 110 kg

    Overall Length --

    Overall Width --

    Wheelbase --

    Ground Clearance --

    Seat Height --

    Overall Height --

    Chassis Type --

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  • Manufacturer WarrantyManufacturer Warranty

    Battery warranty --

    Motor warranty --


Odometer Digital

Regenerative breaking Yes

Reverse mode Yes

Stand Alarm--

Stepped SeatNo

No. of Tripmeters--

Touch screen display Yes

DRLs (Daytime running lights) Yes

Mobile App Connectivity Yes

GPS & Navigation Yes

Central locking system --

Artificial sound No

Parking assist --

Hill Assist --

Anti theft system --

Geo fencing Yes

Start/stop button Yes

USB charging port --

Front storage box --

Under seat storage 30

Speedometer Digital

Tachometer Digital

Tripmeter TypeDigital

Low Battery IndicatorYes

Pillion BackrestNo

Pillion GrabrailYes

Pillion SeatYes

Pillion FootrestYes

Start TypeElectric Start

Shift Light--



Headlight TypeLED Head lamp

Brake/Tail LightLED Tail lamp

Turn SignalLED

Pass LightYes

Additional featuresTire Pressure Monitoring System, Find My Bike

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  •  5Best one 8 months ago by Bhaurao Gande, Pune

    The bike is really trustable & in today's need the prices of petrol will increase day per day then petrol bikes will go out of market. The features of simple one scooty are excellent because the anti theft alarm connected with mobile app as and then the underseat storag

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  •  1Company feedback 11 months ago by Satish Tiwari, Gautam Buddha Nagar

    I have booked the scooter on 15th august on launching day it’s past 5 month but I didn’t get the scooter and neither any updates by when I will get this . There is no contact details to contact with them . I tried to contact on the customer care no but call couldn’t con

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  •  1Good but no communication 11 months ago by Sivakumar N, Bangalore

    All the features in this bike are really good and better that Ather and tvs-iqube and almost in par with ola. I pre-booked one week ago. I just got a automated mail stating their appreciation and a order id same day. But no details about delivery period. I wrote mail to

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  •  4Electric is the future 12 months ago by Auto Junkie, New Delhi

    Best riding experience.! smooth, no petrol, no pollution, no maintenance cost etc. Switch to electric for greener tomorrow. Many renowned and startups offering great e-mobility solutions for future. Simple energy, Ather energy, ola, amo electric bikes, pure ev and more

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  •  5Smart scooter 1 year ago by Prashanth Nayak, Udupi

    I seen photos and specifications really very smart, good scooter. I want to buy this. Now a days environment condition this is very good option. Lcd screen and digital screen very nice. High driving range, top speed and weight is very good for long drives. Front look is

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  •  5Cost wise Rs. 26 only. 1 year ago by Shoib

    1.i have not yet bought the masterpiece yet but soon i am willing. It's design s perfect. It gives us around Rs. 26 to charge the whole battery. ....,....................................,...................................................................................

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FAQs about Simple Energy One

  • Q: What is the expected launch date of Simple Energy One?

    A: Simple Energy One will be launched around January 2023.
  • Q: What will be the price of Simple Energy One in India?

    A: The expected price range of Simple Energy One in India is ₹ 1,00,000 - ₹ 1,05,000.
  • Q: What are the colour options of Simple Energy One?

    A: Simple Energy One is available in 4 colours which are Brazen Black, Namma Red, Azure Blue and Grace White. You can check all the colour images of Simple Energy One.
  • Q: What are the key specifications of Simple Energy One?

    A: Simple Energy One is an electric bike that comes with a 4500 W motor which gives a range of 236 Km, and a top speed that goes uptil 105 Kmph.