According to the information received by the company, BMS enables the electric powertrain of the vehicle to achieve 95% efficiency, which is the highest in the electric vehicle industry. With a powerful 72 Nm motor and 4.8 kWh battery, the Simple One will deliver a range of over 200 km on a single charge in Eco Mode.
Commenting on the development, Suhas Rajkumar, Founder and CEO, Simple Energy, said, “Engineering and Incremental Innovation are the pillars of everything we do at Simple Energy. Developing a BMS from scratch is one of the best decisions we have taken. there was one.”
He further added that “this has helped us achieve an unparalleled degree of vertical integration on the Simple One, allowing us to achieve greater range and performance than any other electric vehicle on the market.”
He added that “the move will also make it easier to develop future products by Simple Energy.” The one-of-a-kind battery management system is incredibly compact for a 10 kW solution, leaving more headroom for other vehicle applications and more room for other components such as larger batteries.
Even with that size it is extremely accurate and can detect changes as small as 0.6 mV, which in turn provides accurate position (remaining battery and range) estimates. As a technology leader, Simple Energy focused on building a system that maximizes battery health and longevity.
A patented Intelligent Charging Protocol was developed to allow rapid charging without degrading the battery pack. Talking about the Simple One scooter, its delivery will start in June, whose standard variant costs Rs 1,09,999 and the additional battery variant costs Rs 1,44,999 (ex-showroom).