Now you can buy Ola Electric Scooter online, sale started after delay due to technical glitch

अब ऑनलाइन खरीद सकते हैं Ola Electric Scooter, टेक्निकल गड़बड़ी से देरी के बाद शुरू हुई सेल

Prices for the Ola Electric S1 scooter start at Rs. 1 lakh (ex-showroom) and various state-level subsidies bring the prices down even further.

The Ola Electric Scooter gets a battery pack of 3.9 kWh.

Ola Electric has started its online sale window for the S1 range of electric scooters for the customers on Wednesday morning. The sale window was earlier scheduled to start earlier this month but technical glitches forced the company to extend its date till September 15. The sale window opened at around 5 am on Wednesday and this time, there was no disturbance.

Ola Electric is following a direct-to-home sale model, in which reservations and purchases are made completely online. The company has also tied up with several financial institutions to offer loans and offer EMI schemes. Ola Electric further states that the reservation and advance payment amount can be refunded as long as that unit of the electric scooter is not shipped from the factory to the customer’s address.

Ola Electric S1 Scooter Price

Prices of the Ola Electric S1 scooter start at Rs.1 lakh (ex-showroom) and the varying state-level subsidies bring the prices down even further. The S1 has a range of around 120 kms while the S1 Pro has a range of around 180 kms. The battery output of the S1 scooter is 2.98 kWh while the battery output of the S1 Pro model is 3.97 kWh. The S1 Pro also gets a slightly higher top speed of 115 kmph and better acceleration. It has three ride modes with an extra mode available in the Hyper S1.

However, both the trims get a full LED lighting package and a 7.0-inch touch display with navigation. The display is powered by an octa-core processor paired with 3GB of RAM and supports WiFi, Bluetooth, and 4G connectivity.

Manufacturing of e-scooters taking place at Ola Future factory in Tamil Nadu

The e-scooter is being manufactured at Ola Future factory in Tamil Nadu. It is touted as the world’s largest facility for electric scooters and will also be the largest factory operated by women employees. At full capacity, there will be 10,000 employees and this facility will be able to roll out 20 lakh units annually. Ola is looking to not only cater to the needs of the domestic market, but is also taking its scooters to the US, Australia and Latin America.

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