Bounce Infinity E1 price with the Battery-as-a-Service model opens up new avenues as it reduces the entry point of buying an electric scooter…
Bounce, another electric start-up, has launched their Infinity E1 electric scooter in India with first-of-its-kind ‘Battery-as-a-Service’ option. With this launch, Bounce has announced their commitment to support and serve to strengthen India’s EV potential.
The Bounce Infinity E1 is offered in two variants – with battery and without battery and the model without the battery can be had with Battery as a Service.
Bounce is offering their customers the option to own the Infinity E1 at an affordable price without the battery and instead use their battery-swapping network.
The customer will only pay for the battery swap and the subscription fees, which the company claims can reduce the running costs of their scooter by as much as 40%. For those who don’t want to opt for this subscription service, the Infinity E1 is also offered with a charger and battery which is removable for easy charging at home and/or office.
Bounce Infinity E1 Price
|E1 without battery||Rs 45,099|
|E1 with battery and charger||Rs 68,999|
Both the prices are ex-showroom, Delhi and eligible to receive the FAME II subsidy. These can be reserved by the customer by paying a minimal amount of Rs. 499 which is refundable.
As you can see, this reduces the upfront cost of owning the scooter and you are free to opt for whichever model you want to go for.
Bounce has shared their ambition to build the world’s largest and densest battery swapping platform to support India’s transition to clean mobility and offer a swapping-friendly facility within a kilometer of their customers.
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And to fulfill this, Bounce has been setting up a wide battery-swapping network through prominent partnerships which will serve both their retail customers and will power their successful ride-sharing business.
Bounce claims their Swapping Station network has a distribution of close to 200 stations which have completed over 500,000 swaps and enabled over two crore EV kilometers. They intend to invest over USD 100 million across manufacturing of e-scooters and expanding the battery swapping infrastructure over the next 12 months.