Both variants of the Ola electric scooter will be available on sale starting September 8, 2021, and deliveries will begin from October 2021. They will be offered across 1,000 cities in India. All scooters will be home delivered to customers
On the Independence Day this year, Ola Electric has launched it’s much awaited, the Ola S1 electric scooter in two variants in India. The prices for the base S1 variant begin at Rs 99999 (Ex-showroom), while the top-spec Ola S1 Pro variant has been priced at Rs 129999 (Ex-showroom). Both variants differ in performance, range, number of riding modes, and number of colours, although the basic design is same.
The Ola S1 electric scooter offers a top speed of 90kmph with 121 km range and two riding modes, Normal and Sports. The S1 Pro electric scooter gets additional features over the base S1 variant such as, Voice Control, Hill Hold and Cruise Control. The S1 Pro also has quicker acceleration, more range, and higher top speed. The top-spec Ola S1 Pro comes with claimed top speed of 115kmph with 181 km range, and three riding modes, Normal, Sports and Hyper.
Both variants of the Ola electric scooter will be available on sale starting September 8, 2021, and deliveries will begin from October 2021. They will be offered across 1,000 cities in India. All scooters will be home delivered to customers.
The electric scooter will be rolled out of Ola Electric’s factory in Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu and the total project outlay has been put at Rs 2,354 crore. The plant set up over 500 acres of land is an integrated facility with manufacturing, battery as well as supplier parks, ensuring over 90 per cent of parts are localised and in close proximity.
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