Bounce offers e-scooter at Rs 45,000

with battery on lease

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As Ola Electric faces challenges in production and delivery schedules of its electric scooter, competition seems to be building up in the segment with rivals unveiling new products while others prepare for launches.

Bounce Infinity gets power from a two kWh lithium-ion battery pack that ensures an 85 km range on a single charge for the electric scooter. Also, it can reach a top speed of 65 kmph.

Bounce Infinity gets power from a two kWh lithium-ion battery pack that ensures an 85 km range on a single charge for the electric scooter. Also, it can reach a top speed of 65 kmph.

The electric scooter gets a fully digital speedometer that shows information such as ignition status, side stand status, indicators, battery SOC status, speed display, odometer reading, vehicle status, Bluetooth status, high beam status etc.

Bounce is now in direct competition with electric two-wheeler makers, such as Ola Electric, Ather Energy, Hero Electric, Bajaj's Chetak, TVS Motor Company and Boom Motors. The firm, which is backed by marquee investors such as Accel, Sequoia and B Capital Group, a venture capital firm co-founded by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin had raised over $220 million in total funding.

There is an antitheft feature, where Infinity E1 senses vibrations when left parked and can understand if it’s being tampered with. It locks its rear wheels in response to movement and makes it harder to move. The vehicle alerts you if it moves out of its parking zone and gets towed. There are notifications alerts that this event is occurring and tracks your vehicle.

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