During the media presentation of the Ola S1 Air electric scooter, we were also given the opportunity to briefly experience the new Gen 2 S1 Pro model, albeit for a limited time on the factory premises.[Read more…]
Today, electric scooters are a hot topic due to their many advantages. Since petrol has surpassed Rs 100/litre in India, fuel savings have gained maximum priority for commuters. Additionally, electric scooters have no tail-pipe emissions, which helps to preserve the environment. Tax subsidies from the government and other perks for businesses that participate in this environmental project also attract many people. Although the initial outlay is quite hefty, it promises to pay off in the long run. Have a look at the thorough specifications comparison of the top five electric scooters in India in 2023.[Read more…]
Ola Electric have launched the ‘Gerua’ Edition for the S1 and S1 Pro. The company has also announced the availability of the Ola S1 in five more colours – Marshmallow, Millennial Pink, Anthracite Grey, Midnight Blue and Matt Black.[Read more…]
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Ola Electric launched the S1 Air for Rs 79,999 making it the most affordable electric scooter in the Indian market. Major changes between the outgoing model and the Air remains to be cosmetic differences, the scooter gets a dual-tone colour scheme, tubular metal grab rail, standard telescopic fork up front and a dual shock at the rear.
Under the skin, the scooter houses a 2.5Kwh battery unit that delivers a claimed ARAI figure of 101 Km and weighs 99 kgs, it has a 4.5kW hub motor with a top speed capped at 90 km/h. The storage space under the seat is 34-litres. When compared to the siblings, the S1 gets a 3Kwh battery unit and the S1 Pro comes with a 4Kwh unit. The 0-40 dash is also slower when compared to the S1 and the Pro. Storage space as well comes up short.
In terms of features, the Air comes with Reverse mode, Ride modes, Ride profiles, in-built speakers, seven-inch touchscreen with smartphone connectivity and music and call management buttons. The scooter can booked on the company’s website for Rs 999, payment window will be open by the first week of Februrary 2023 and deliveries are expected by April 2023.