Bounce Infinity - the magnificent electric scooter

Bounce Infinity - With this cheap price, the company has created great competition in the electric two-wheeler market

Bounce Infinity - the magnificent electric scooter

Bounce Infinity: New age electric scooter

Electric start-up Bounce has launched its new Bounce Infinity electric scooter in India. The company has launched this scooter at an ex-showroom price of just Rs 36,000. This is the price of a scooter without a battery.

Bounce Infinity

This scooter with a battery is priced at Rs 68,999. The company has started booking for this electric scooter from today. You can book this electric scooter for just Rs.499. The Bounce will begin Bounce Infinity's test drives from mid-December. Also, it has been reported that these scooters will be delivered to customers from March 2022.

Bounce infinity

Bounce has introduced the Bounce Infinity in 5 colors. This scooter is available with a battery and without a battery option. Under the 'Battery-as-a-Service' feature, customers can purchase this electric vehicle without a battery. With these cheap prices, the company has created great competition in the electric two-wheeler segment. Now Bajaj Sethak Electric, TVS IQ, Ether 450X, and Ola Electric scooters are very expensive and have a challenging environment.

Travel up to 85 km on a single charge

Bounce infinity

Bounce Infinity is powered by a 2 kWh-R lithium-ion battery. It can travel up to 85 km on a single charge. The maximum speed of this electric vehicle is 65 km / h. The track mode is also given in the Bounce Infinity. With its help, even a bunker can drive a scooter. This new electric scooter can also be integrated with smart processors. This makes many features very easy to use.

Production continues at the Bhiwadi plant in Rajasthan

Bounce Infinity

In 2021, the company has announced a 100 percent deal with 22Motors for around Rs 52 crore. Under the agreement, electric vehicle manufacturer Bounce owns the Pivadi plant and assets of 22 Motors in Rajasthan. The plant will produce 1,80,000 scooters a year. Apart from this, the company has also announced plans to launch a new plant in South India.