As confirmed earlier this month, Ora Electric launched India’s first electric scooter on the auspicious occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day. Called the Ola S Series Electric Scooter, the company has announced two different variations of the Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro.
Let’s take a look at the main specifications and features, top speed, and operating mode of the Ola electric scooter.
Ola S series electric scooter released in India
Ora S1 Pro
Starting with high-end models, the Ola S1 Pro has a variety of advanced features such as voice control, cruise control and hill hold. In addition, there are three dedicated modes to handle different situations.That Normal, sports, hyper.. Each of these modes can provide different levels of power and maximum speed.
When it comes to power and top speed, the Ola S1 Pro has an electric motor with a maximum performance of 8.5kW and a maximum torque of 58Nm.Motorcycles using this high-performance motor You can go from 0-40kmph in just 3 seconds And 0-60kmph in 5 seconds. It can go up to speeds of 115kmph and has a range of 181km.
To power the scooter, Ola has a 3.97kWh battery that supports fast charging. Therefore, with a fast charger or one of Ola’s hyperchargers that will be installed nationwide in the coming days, you will be able to: Charge the Ola S1 Pro over a 75km range in 18 minutes.. However, using the traditional home charging port, the Ola S1 Pro can be fully charged in 6 hours and 30 minutes.
In terms of design, the Ola S1 Pro comes with a design similar to the Ethergo App Scooter developed by the Amsterdam-based company that Ola acquired last year. It has dual headlights on the front and 36 liters of boot space. According to the company, riders can store two helmets under the seat.
In addition, the Ola electric scooter is built using a tubular steel frame and features a 12-inch aluminum alloy wheel with a single fork suspension and a monoshock rear. In addition, it comes with a 220m front disc and a 180mm rear disc with standard combined braking system (CBS).
In addition, the S1 Pro has Octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and fast connectivity options 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. In addition, it features proximity lock / unlock system, reverse park assist, built-in navigation system, geo-fencing, phone, message alert system and anti-theft alarm.
The Ola S1 Pro has 10 bright color options, including red, yellow, blue, pink, gold, and white. In addition, Ola offers the S1 Pro in both matte and glossy finishes.
Looking at the low-end Ola S1, it has the same design and electric motor as its older brother, but the vehicle lacks some advanced features. For example, unlike the S1 Pro, the Ola S1 has two modes: normal and sport.
Equipped with the same electric motor as the high-end model, it achieves a maximum performance of 8.5kW and a maximum torque of 58Nm. S1 Pro can achieve a maximum speed of 90kmph, 121km range.. It can go from 0-40kmph in 3.6 seconds and from 0-60kmph in 7 seconds.
In addition, it comes with a 2.98kWh battery pack, which is smaller than the S1 Pro’s 3.97kWh battery. It also supports fast charging, which, like the high-end S1 Pro, can charge a range of 75km in 18 minutes. However, the S1 battery will be fully charged in 4 hours and 48 minutes using a traditional household charger.
As for the design, as mentioned above, the S1 has the same body design as the S1 Pro and weighs 125 kg. It is also built on a tubular steel frame and comes with a CBS system similar to the S1 Pro. In terms of color variations, unlike the S1 Pro, the Ola S1 has five colors. This includes white, gray, red, black, and yellow.
Price and stock status
Now, looking at the price of Ora’s electric scooter, The starting price for the Ola S1 and S1 Pro is Rs. 99,999 and Rs. 1,29,999, Each. However, the company offers S1 series scooters at sub-price in various states of India. You can check the table below to see prices in front of showrooms in different states in the country.
In terms of availability, the Ola S1 series will be available for purchase on September 8, 2021 and will begin delivery in October 2021. In addition, Ola delivers orders to the front doors of customers in approximately 1,000 cities in India to reduce dealerships. cost. You can check out the Ola S1 series scooters on the official Ola Electric website.