Say Hello to Ola Electric and Bye to Petrol Bikes

Ola Electric and straightforward Energy showcased their maiden products on Independence Day .While competition is aplenty, Ola’s S1 and Simple’s One claim to supply benchmark standards. Should the likes of Ather Energy, TVS Motor Company, Honda and Bajaj Auto be worried?

Paytm founder and CEO, Vijay Shekhar Sharma is filled with praises for Ola Electric’s newly launched scooter. one among India’s youngest billionaires, with a real-time net worth of $2.3 billion, wants customers to reject petrol and accept electric vehicles. Sharma also congratulated OLA Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal for starting ‘mission electric’ for two-wheeled vehicles in India.

The speed at which Ola Electric operationalised its Future factory in Tamil Nadu . “Amazing timeline and outcome, he said, further adding, “Unbelievable, specially once we consider it wiped out India.”

Pre-launch bookings for Ola S1 had already been opened earlier this month and therefore the electric scooter are going to be delivered straight to home by Ola.

Features of Ola Electric

Range:
The claims are tall as both aim to boost the bar. S1 and S1 Pro accompany a claimed range of 121km and 181km respectively. The scooters pack non-replaceable 2.98 kWh and kWh and three .97 kWh batteries.
Simple One comes with a 4.8kWh lithium-ion battery offering a maximum claimed range of 236 km and a claimed range of 203 km in Eco mode.

Charging time:
The S1 and S1 Pro accompany a transportable home charger which will can fully charge the scooters during a claimed 4.48 hours and 6.30 Hours respectively. the straightforward One comes with a removable battery pack weighing 7 kg, which may be charged at any 15A charging socket (0-80% in 2.5 hours).

Maximum Speed
S1 and S1 Pro reach at 90 kmph and 115 kmph respectively while the straightforward One can touch 105 kmph. Similarly, 0-40 kmp is additionally neck-and-neck. S1 Pro hits the mark at 3 seconds while One claims 2.9 seconds.

Other Features
The Simple One is additionally a connected scooter that’s 4G enabled and gets features like 7-inch touchscreen panel, bluetooth connectivity, geo-fencing, over-the-air updates, onboard navigation, access to music control and call control to the and call control to the connected smartphone, also as remote telemetrics and even a tire pressure monitoring system.


S1 has no physical key and pairs together with your phone with its “digital key” feature. this permits it to understand when you’re near it and unlock automatically. it’ll also lock itself as you progress away.The scooters also accompany voice recognition

Colour options:
Ola is offering 10 colours in satin, matte and glossy finish finishes. Simple One is out there in four colors namely Azzure Blue, Brazen Black, Grace White, and Namma Red.

Availability
The Simple One has been launched across 13 states including Karnataka, Tamil Nadu , Andhra Pradesh , Telangana, Kerala, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Goa, Uttar Pradesh Gujarat, and Punjab.

The Simple One is now open for pre-orders starting at Rs 1947.Ola S1 will commence the sales from September 8, 2021, and and can start delivery across 1,000 cities and towns in October. Till then, Ola S1 is out there for reservation at just Rs 499.

Bring Ola Electric to your home 

Effective Ex-Showroom Price*Ola S1(INR)Ola S1 Pro (INR)
Delhi85,0991,10,149
Gujarat79,9991,09,999
Maharashtra94,9991,24,999
Rajasthan89,9681,19,138
All Other States99,9991,29,999

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