Late on Monday night, Ola Electric through its Twitter account informed about the reopening of bookings for the Ola S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters. Customers can book these electric scooters from the company’s official website for Rs 499. If you want to know how to buy this scooter, click here. The next purchase window for the Ola electric scooter will reopen on November 1, 2021. The deliveries for the electric scooters booked in October will start from November 1, just before Diwali. It should also be noted that for customers who bought Ola S1 or Ola S1 Pro Electric Scooters on September 15, deliveries will begin this month across 1,000 cities and towns in the country.
Ola S1, Ola S1 Pro price in India, availability
The price of Ola S1 in India is Rs 99,999 (ex-showroom). Whereas, the price of Ola S1 Pro is Rs 1,29,999 (ex-showroom). Both these prices are listed without the subsidized electric vehicle received in each state. The scooter can be purchased in a total of 10 color options including Black, Pink, Yellow, Blue, White.
Ola S1, Ola S1 Pro specifications, features
The Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro were launched in two configurations – the vanilla Ola S1 with 2.98 kWh battery and the Ola S1 Pro with 3.97 kWh battery. The Ola S1 is claimed to have a range of 121 km and a top speed of 90 kmph. On the other hand, the Ola S1 Pro is said to have a range of 181 km and a top speed of 115 kmph. The vanilla Ola S1 gets two riding modes namely Normal and Sports while the Ola S1 Pro gets Normal, Sports and Hyper riding modes.
They also get a 7-inch touchscreen display with multiple microphones, AI speech recognition algorithm, and run on Ola Electric’s MoveOS. The Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro electric scooters also get a box of safety features which include an anti-theft system, geo-fencing and a flame-retardant battery that is also water and dust resistant.
Ola S1, Ola S1 Pro competition
Ola electric scooters will face tough competition in the electric two-wheeler market. It competes with Ather 450X, Simple One, TVS iQube, and Bajaj Chetak. Of all these five electric scooters, the Simple One comes with the longest claimed range of 236 km on a single charge. In contrast, the TVS iQube has a range of 75 km on a single charge, which is the lowest among the five.<!–