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Crayon Motors, Bounce Infinity Build Interoperated Battery Network

The partnership extends 'BaaS' to Crayon's all low-powered and high-powered two-wheelers.

by Aishwarya Saxena
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Crayon Motors has joined forces with Bounce Infinity to set up an interoperated battery network.

Crayon Motors Bounce Infinity The ‘first-of-its-kind’ tie-up will enable Crayon Motors customers to buy an electric two or three-wheeler without a battery and instead use Bounce Infinity’s ‘Battery-as-a-Service’ (BaaS) solution, which will be available at various locations, including at the EV maker’s dealerships, the electric vehicle startup said.

“As we aim to expand to other regions, we wish to address the various difficulties that must be solved for a successful and seamless EV adoption in India. Along with our country-wide Roadside Assistance, we will also now be offering battery swapping. This step will go a long way in offering leading comfort and peace of mind to our customers,” said Mayank Jain, Co-founder and Director of Crayon Motors.

“Bounce Infinity has been strategically partnering with prominent players to revolutionize battery swapping and after-sales experience for consumers. Our partnership with Crayon reiterates our commitment towards a cleaner and greener future,” said Anil G, COO and Co-founder of Bounce Infinity.

The partnership extends ‘BaaS’ to Crayon’s all low-powered and high-powered two-wheelers.

The stations at all times will have charged and ready-to-go batteries that one can easily swap with their near-empty batteries within a few minutes, the release said.

In addition, Bounce Infinity will also be extending this service to Crayon’s sister concern 3W brand Singham, it said, adding this proposition will also allow Singham vehicles to be now sold under a new variant ‘e-rickshaw with battery-as-a-Service’.

Crayon Motors manufactures its e-scooters in Ghaziabad, focusing primarily on high-speed two-wheelers. It has made significant investments in R&D to establish manufacturing plants for key components, such as motors, controllers, and prototypes.

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