Both these customers had acquired this range after upgrading Ola scooters to MoovOS 2. Bhavish said that he will call Ola’s Future Factory in June 2022 to reward the winners. Let us tell you that Ola has reopened the sale window of e-scooters. The company is giving the customers who have booked the scooter earlier a chance to buy the scooter first.
Customers who have already booked the scooter will be instructed to pay the cost of the scooter through e-mail and complete the purchase process. Apart from this, Ola has also started test ride of scooters in 5 cities. Now customers will be able to experience the ride quality by taking a test ride of the scooter before buying it.
Apart from this, the delivery of scooters will also be done faster. Let us tell you that Ola has recently upgraded ‘MoveOS 2’ for its S1 Pro electric scooter. With this upgrade, many new features and an eco mode have been added to the scooter. The top speed of the scooter in this new eco mode will now be up to 45 km/h. At the same time, the scooter will give a range of 170 km on this mode. However, now some customers are able to get a range of up to 200 kms from the scooter on this mode.
Let us inform that after Hero Electric, Ola Electric has become the largest selling electric scooter company in the country. Last month, Ola Electric sold 9,127 units of scooters, while Hero Electric sold 13,023 units in the same month.
The Ola S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters were launched on August 15 last year. These scooters have been made available at an ex-showroom price of Rs 1 lakh and Rs 1.30 lakh respectively. These prices are before the implementation of FAME-2 subsidy.
Both the Ola electric scooters are powered by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 3.9 kWh. Its electric motor generates peak power of 8.5 kW. The battery of Ola scooter can be fully charged in about 6 hours with a portable charger of 750W capacity. Apart from this, it gets charged up to 75 percent in just 18 minutes with the fast charger.
The Ola S1 gives a range of 121 kms on a full charge, while the high-end variant S1 Pro gives a range of 181 kms. Talking about the top speed of both the scooters, the Ola S1 can be driven at a top speed of 90 km/h while the Ola S1 Pro can run at a top speed of 115 km/h.