Switched reluctance motors (SRMs) are promising for propulsion motors of electric vehicles (EVs) because of their robust mechanical construction and cost effectiveness. However, practical application of SRMs to vehicular propulsion is hindered by comparatively large torque ripple and radial force ripple, which cause noise vibration and acoustic noise. Previous studies have proposed phase current profiles which suppress both ripples. However, in the derivation process of phase current, these previous studies need numerical calculation hindering the EV development speed. The purpose of this paper is to propose a novel phase current profile to suppress both the torque ripple and the radial force ripple of SRMs without numerical calculation. The profile can be straightforwardly calculated using a simple analytical model of the SRMs. In addition, the profile can be determined for any reluctance profiles of actual SRMs. Experiment was carried out to verify the proposed method. The result supported suppression of the torque ripple and the acoustic noise by the proposed method.