Ola Electric, the leading electric two-wheeler maker in India, recently announced that their newly updated S1 range of electric scooters has achieved a milestone of 75,000 bookings only two weeks after launching on August 15, 2023. This range consists of three products; Gen2 S1 Pro, S1 X and S1 Air electric scooter.
S1 Pro: The flagship e-scooter with enhanced features
Ola Electric has released its premium flagship model, the S1 Pro, which boasts a range of improvements. It can reach speeds of up to 120 kmph, cover a range of 240 km and recharge up to 80% battery in just 30 minutes. On top of that, it comes with a 10.2-inch touchscreen that offers navigation, voice control, and music streaming. All of this comes with an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.5 lakh.
S1 X: The mid-range e-scooter with smart features
Ola Electric’s mid-range product, the S1 X, offers great value with a balance of performance and affordability. This electric scooter boasts a top speed of 100 kmph, a range of 180 km, a 80% charge in 40 minutes and a 7-inch touchscreen with convenient navigation, voice control, and music streaming. All for the attractive price of Rs 1.2 lakh (ex-showroom).
S1 Air: The entry-level e-scooter with basic features
Ola Electric introduces the S1 Air, their entry-level product for the mass market. With a top speed of 80 kmph, a range of 120 km, and a charging time of only 50 minutes to reach 80% battery, the S1 Air is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to get out and explore! It also boasts a 5-inch touchscreen with some basic functions. The S1 Air comes in at an affordable Rs 90,000 (ex-showroom) price.
Ola Electric’s vision and mission
Ola Electric has had an incredible reaction from customers in response to its S1 lineup. According to the company, those who go for the S1 X over internal-combustion engine (ICE) scooters stand to save an estimated Rs 2,600 a month and Rs 30,000 a year on maintenance and fuel. On top of that, customers who select the S1 Air can expect to recoup the full cost of the vehicle in only three years.
Ola Electric has set itself the challenge of helping India become a leader in electrification. To do this, they want to make electric mobility accessible and affordable to all. The business is aiming to create a lasting ecosystem for electric vehicles by developing charging infrastructure, battery swapping stations, in addition to recycling facilities.