- Ola Electric might release a new, cheaper electric scooter on Diwali.
- In a recent tweet, Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal hinted about the launch. In September, Ola sold 9,634 electric scooters.
Ola Electric, which makes some of the most popular electric scooters in India, might bring a new, cheaper model to India. According to a tweet from Ola’s CEO and a report that quotes sources, Ola Electric could launch a new electric scooter in India on Diwali.
In a recent tweet, Bhavish Aggarwal, the CEO of Ola, hinted that a new service would be starting later this month. Aggarwal tweeted, “Planning something BIG for this month! The movement to #EndICEAge will be sped up by at least two years as a result of this. “Happy.” Car And Bike also said that the company plans to release a new version of the Ola S1 scooters that will be cheaper. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!
According to the sources cited in the Car and Bike report, the new, affordable Ola S1 scooter could cost less than Rs 80,000. This is the same price range as the most popular petrol scooters on the market. Ola’s new phone said to have the same features as the S1 and S1 Pro. Sources told the report that the new Ola Electric scooter would run on the company’s MoveOS platform, just like the old one.
Ola S1 electric scooter
In August, Ola released the Ola S1 as a cheaper electric scooter to go below the Ola S1 Pro. The Ola S1 released in India for Rs 99,999 (ex-showroom). It has a 5.5kW motor that can reach a peak power of 8.5kw. The electric scooter released with a range of up to 141 km and a top speed of 95kmph. The Ola S1 can also charged at home in just 5 hours.
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The Ola S1 powered by a 3 kWh battery pack built into the scooter. The scooter runs on Ola’s MoveOS platform, which gives it features like playing music, navigation, a companion app, and Reverse Mode. Around Diwali, Ola will also update the Ola S1 with MoveOS 3.0.
Ola recently said that it had a successful Navratri. The company said that it sold an electric scooter every minute during that time. The company said that during this holiday season, sales went up four times. Ola Electric also noted that it was able to set up test drives for more than a million customers all over India. According to Vahan, the company sold 9,364 units in September.
Even though Ola S1 electric scooter has been selling a lot of electric scooters, not everything is fine. Multiple Ola Electric scooters have caught fire in India, and when the Ola S1 Pro first came out, a software bug caused it to run in reverse at 90kmph.