Ola S1 Electric Scooter Launched; Priced At Rs. 79,999

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Ola S1 electric scooter comes with a riding range of 181 km on a single charge and it has a top speed of 115 kmph

Ola Electric has today announced the launch of its first electric scooter in the Indian market. The S1 is priced at Rs. 99,999 with 121 km ride range on a single charge and 90 kmph top speed while the top-spec S1 Pro comes with a claimed range of 181 km and it has a top speed of 115 kmph and it costs Rs. 1,21,999.

With government subsidies in Delhi, Ola says the zero-emission scooter costs only Rs. 85,099 for the S1 and Rs. 1,10,149 for the S1 Pro. In Gujarat, it is cheaper at Rs. 79,999 for S1 and Rs. 1,09,999 for the S1 Pro (all prices, ex-showroom). Ola will commence the deliveries of the S1 scooter from October onwards and is manufactured in what is claimed to be the ‘biggest building in India’.

The S1 has a zero to 40 mph acceleration time of just four seconds while the zero to 60 kmph in five seconds. It comes with Normal, Sport and Hyper rides modes and has 8.5 kW peak power with the battery pack having a capacity of 3.92 kWh. In 750 kW charger, the S1 can be replenished back to 100 per cent in just six hours.

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It boasts of a number of key features including reverse mode, hill hold function, cruise control, which does not necessitate throttle input for riding up and down on slopes, a seven-inch touchscreen display with an advanced Octacore processor having 3 gb ram, screen lock and unlock functions, different sound modes and display settings, etc.

Other highlights in the Ola S1 scooter are custom widgets on the dashboard, turn by turn navigation system, custom profile for riders, live location tracking, voice controls for playing music and increasing volume, built-in speakers, calls with a tap and using voice command, and so on.

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It will have a large under-storage capacity good enough to accommodate two open face helmets. As for the design, the eco-friendly scooter features a dual-pod LED headlamp cluster with a LED ring and the sharp LED turn signals mounted on the apron could also be seen through teasers. It also comes with a sleek LED tail lamp, external charging port at the rear, body-coloured fender, black alloy wheels, split-type grab rail, curvy body panels and so on.