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Ola Electric Scooter prices announced! Ola S1 starts at 99,999 rubles, while the S1 Pro costs 1,299,999 rubles (including FAME-II support).
Ola S1 gets built-in speakers The Ola Electric S1 scooter has built-in speakers, and users can also answer calls using the scooter’s touch screen. Plus, it gets a Cruise Control!
Ola Electric S1 Scooter: Display Here’s an overview of the Ola S1’s 7.0-inch touchscreen, which includes real-time traffic updates and step-by-step navigation. Owners can also schedule a “home service” screen.
The Ola S1 kickboard gets four “feelings” The Ola Electric S1 has four “feelings” that change the sound of the scooter – Bolt, Vintage, Care and Wonder.
None of the Ola Scooter Keys Bhavish Aggarwal does not explain that Ola’s electric scooter has no key at all, and several functions are controlled by voice commands.
Performance details of the Ola S1 scooter The Ola Electric S1 has a 3.98 kWh lithium-ion battery, a top speed of 115 km / h and 0-60 km / h in just five seconds.
The Ola Electric scooter is called the “S1” The Ola Electric scooter is called the S1, and Bhavish Aggarwal says it is “the best scooter ever built”.
Bhavish Aggarwal will launch the Ola Electric scooter in a year in the future. At full speed, the factory produces an e-bike every two seconds.
Watch Ola Electric’s scooter launch LIVE You can follow the streaming of Ola Electric’s scooter launch here.
Ola Electric Kickboard: Expected Real-World Distance of 150 Kilometers The Ola Electric scooter is expected to operate at a true distance of 150 kilometers when equipped with one of the largest batteries seen in electric two-wheelers sold in India so far. ; something Tech2 revealed in July. You can read all about it here.
Ola Electric Scooter Battery Information and FAME-II Eligibility Tech2 has previously reported that the top-of-the-line S1 Pro version of the Ola Electric scooter is likely to have a battery capacity of more than 3.6 kWh, but the battery itself is fixed and not removable, as shown in the Etergo Appscooter. However, a high-capacity lithium-ion battery means that the scooter can receive FAME-II support for more than 50,000 rubles, and you can read more about it here.
Ola Electric’s scooter color options Ola Electric has previously unveiled its first electric kickboard in a total of ten colors. You can read all about them here.
Ola Futurefactory: From then on, the website of Ola Electric’s two-wheel Futurefactory appeared earlier this year. Work on the plant began in early February this year, and about six months later the company is almost ready to begin mass production.
Ola Electric Scooter: Origins If you think about it, no, Ola has never been a vehicle manufacturer, but it decided to enter the electric mobility mode and bought the Dutch Etergo in 2020. It is the Etergon Appscooter (pictured here)) on which the Ola electric kickboard is based, but even though looks largely identical in design, it has a few key differences that can be achieved with little …
Welcome to Tech2’s live blog for the launch of the Ola scooter! In just about an hour, Ola Electric will reveal everything about its first electric scooter, including its specifications, prices and delivery times. We know many of you have been eagerly awaiting this, so stay tuned as we bring you all the updates straight from the launch event!
The day is finally at hand — Ola Electric is poised to launch its first electric kickboard to India on the country’s 75th Independence Day, marking its entry into the rapidly evolving two-wheeler market. In recent months, Ola Electric has promised that its scooter will offer performance, range and features, but it will still be competitively priced, especially compared to other electric two-wheelers sold today, and in a moment we will find out how much the Ola electric kickboard will cost when deliveries start and all its technical data and characteristics.
The Ola Electric scooter has the same banana-shaped batteries as the Etergo Appscooter on which it is based; only here they are fixed and not removable. Tech2 has previously announced a top-quality Ola-e scooter — expected to be called the Ola S1 Pro — the battery has a capacity of nearly 3.6 kWh; among all the largest capacities of electric bicycles currently on sale in India, which would make it a FAME-II premium over 50,000 rubles.
Given Ola’s real-world range is probably up to 150 miles, its ARAI-certified range would still be higher, expected to be 180-190 kilometers. Cost-conscious buyers are also expected to have a cheaper model — with a different battery configuration and a much smaller range.
Ola Electric announced that its electric scooter is the leading acceleration in its class. It is currently unclear which scooters Ola considers to be its competitors, but from a perspective, the Ather 450X — which is currently the fastest accelerating e-scooter in India — accelerates from 0-40 km / h in 3.3 seconds and 0-60 km / h in 6.5 seconds. . The lower-end Ather 450 Plus, on the other hand, can drive 0-40 km / h in 3.9 seconds and 0-60 km / h in 8.29 seconds.
The Ola Electric Series S electric scooter also has the largest under-seat storage space in its class, which can accommodate two half-surface helmets. It also has a side stand disconnect function, a virtual switch to unlock the seat, which is integrated into the large colorimeter display, and e-SIM connectivity features. It is available in a total of ten color options.
The shoulder electric scooter has a single-sided telescopic front suspension and a horizontally mounted shock absorber, as well as grooves in the front and rear. The cushion foot pins fold evenly into the scooter body, and the Ola electric kickboard at the back gets a thick cushion handle and a bright lens Rear Light.
Ola Electric has fixed charging stations (including slow and fast charging points) in 100 cities across India at the time of the launch of the S-Series and will eventually cover over 400 cities. Its decision to sell directly to buyers online and deliver the scooter to its home (report first Tech2) also means that it can sell and service its e-scooter in virtually every city in India right from the first day.