Ola S1 and Ola S1 Professional electrical scooters are actually set to start deliveries from December 15, as per a tweet by CEO Bhavish Aggarwal over the weekend. The 2 scooters from the Indian journey aggregator service’s new enterprise have seen a number of delays in supply, ever since they had been launched again in August with a tentative October supply date. The vanilla Ola S1 is powered by a 2.98kWh battery whereas the Ola S1 Professional is powered by a 3.97kWh battery. Each electrical two-wheelers from Ola make 8.5kW of peak energy.
Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal tweeted on Saturday that the Ola S1 and Ola S1 Professional electrical scooters’ deliveries will start from December 15. Aggarwal additionally shared a bunch of photographs that confirmed a number of Ola Electrical two-wheelers parked in Ola’s inventory yard and prepared for supply. Ola had initially talked about that the deliveries of the electrical scooters would start in October. World chip shortages are mentioned to be one of many major causes behind the delays in deliveries.
Ola S1, Ola S1 Professional worth in India
Launched in August, the value for the 2 electrical scooters from Ola begin at Rs. 99,999 and Rs. 1,29,999 for the vanilla Ola S1 and Ola S1 Professional, respectively. Nonetheless, these costs will differ relying on FAME II and state-wise subsidies. They went on sale from September.
Ola S1, Ola S1 Professional specs
The India-made electrical two-wheelers from Ola are supplied in two variants and each get 8.5kW of peak energy. The vanilla Ola S1 will get a 2.98kWh battery with a claimed prime velocity of 90kmph and a spread of 121km. It will get two driving modes — Regular and Sports activities — and is claimed to speed up from a standstill to 40kmph 3.6 seconds.
However, the Ola S1 Professional will get a 3.97kWh battery through an “non-obligatory efficiency improve accent” that will get a claimed prime velocity of 115kmph and a spread of 181km. There are three driving modes — Regular, Sports activities, and Hyper — and might speed up from 0-40kmph in 3 seconds.
Ola Electrical does not get a bodily key however somewhat makes use of the paired smartphone as a proximity key. Primarily, when the mentioned telephone is shut by, the electrical two-wheeler will mechanically lock or unlock. The 2 wheelers additionally sport a 7-inch touchscreen that will get a number of microphones, AI speech recognition algorithms, and runs MoveOS — developed by Ola Electrical. There are 110/70 R12 tyres on each corners with a rear mono-shock suspension and a entrance single fork suspension.