Demand for electric scooters is increasing, Bounce Infinity has opened two new showrooms at the same time


The domestic startup Bounce Infinity is witnessing a gradual rise in the electric scooter business in India. So the company opened two showrooms together to attract more customers. One opened at Madhapur in Hyderabad and another at Haridwar in Dehradun. This is their eighth and ninth showroom in India. The company has confirmed that customers can reserve a test ride of the scooter online or directly at their new showroom. The company has started delivering their E1 electric scooter from April this year. So far their model has received more than 60,000 bookings. And recently launched on e-commerce company Flipkart Bounce Infinity E1.

Apart from the two new stores, Bounce Infinity has seven showrooms located in Bengaluru, Morbidri, Shirsi, Kundapura, Mumbai, Kota and Jaipur. They even have plans to open six new dealerships this year. They will be located in Bhubaneswar, Pune, Secunderabad, Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Chennai. Needless to say, they want to strengthen their presence in different parts of the country by opening new showrooms. Earlier, the company said that they will open 75 more retail stores in the country by 2022. Currently their scooter E1 is available on the company’s official website and e-commerce giant Flipkart.

Incidentally, Bounce Infinity E1 was launched in the Indian market on December 2, 2021. It costs Rs 68,999 (ex-showroom, Delhi) if bought with battery. Battery-as-a-service is priced at Rs 45,099 (ex-showroom, Delhi). However, subscription charges will be added if purchased without battery.

The electric scooter is available in five color options – Sporty Red, Sparkle Black, Pearl White, Desert Silver and Comet Grey. It has a 2 kWh battery pack. The company claims that it can run continuously for 85 km on a full charge. It has four modes – power, reverse, cruise control and drag mode. In addition to opening new showrooms, they are planning to build at least 300 battery swapping stations in 10 cities in India in the future.

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