Ola Electric Scooter New Champ – S1 & S1 Pro
Ola Cabs is an Indian multinational ridesharing enterprise that provides offerings that consist of cars for rent and meals delivery. Only recently, Ola Cabs backed by SoftBank has launched its new Ola electric scooter.
08 September 2021 – Update on Ola Electric Scooter
The purchase window was expected to open today but couldn’t due to technical glitches on the website, Bhavesh Aggarwal, the co-founder of Ola tweeted tonite.
The purchase window is now scheduled to open on 15th September at 8 am, it will be for those customers who have pre-booked the Ola S1 and S1 pro electric scooter. Once opened the purchase window will remain open till stocks last.
Steps to Purchase (Once opened)
- Log in to the Ola Electric scooter website using your phone number
- Choose the variant (color and model)
- Once the model and specifications are chosen you are given the payment option, depending on the variant you have selected, you will now have to pay your balance amount.
For those looking to finance their scooters, the EMI for the Ola electric S1 scooter will start at Rs 2,999 per month. For the S1 Pro, the EMI will start from Rs 3,199.
Once you are done with payment formalities the system will generate a delivery date. The deliveries are expected to start in October 2021.
The Launch of Ola Electric Scooter
On 15th August (Sunday), Ola commercially launched e-scooter offerings — Ola S1 and S1 Pro. The booking price is ₹499 and the price of owning the scooter starts from ₹99,999 (excluding state government incentives, registration fee, and insurance cost), the e-scooter will be available in 10 colors.
India, let’s start a revolution! 🇮🇳— Ola Electric (@OlaElectric) August 15, 2021
Today at 2 p.m, on the 75th Independence day of India another revolution will begin!
Be there to witness the EV revolution the world deserves and needs!
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Other Features of Ola Electric Scooter
The ola has come up with 2 variants S1 and S1 Pro, the S1 pro seems to be better placed when considering the max speed, range (kilometer running in single charge), and color choice. However, it is ₹30000 more than S1.
|Ola S1||Ola S1 Pro|
|MODES||Normal, Sports||Normal, Sports, Hyper|
|PEAK MOTOR POWER||8.5kW||8.5kW|
Ola Electric Scooter Price
As per the ola website, the two variants (S1 and S1 pro) will be available at the prices detailed below.
Ola electric scooter price for S1 model is between ₹79,999 and ₹99,999 (depending upon state taxes). Whereas the S1 Pro model will cost between ₹1,09,999 and ₹1,29,999 (depending upon state taxes).
EMI Facility for Ola Electric Scooter
The EMI starting at ₹2999/month is available from AU Small Finance, Axis Bank, Bank of Baroda, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, IDFC First, Indus Ind Bank, Jana Small Finance, Kotak Mahindra Prime
How to Pre-book Ola Electric Scooter
Ola Electric Scooter is arguably one of the most talked-about powered scooters. Earlier in July 2021, ola scooter booking opened in India for its electric-powered scooter and stated that clients can book their Ola Scooter for a refundable booking amount of ₹499.
Giving in additional details, the organization declared that the clients who book their scooter through Ola Electric website will get precedence delivery. Follow the below steps to reserve the bike.
- On the website, the interested customers have to first create an account using the phone number
- Choose the variant (color and model)
- Once the model and specifications are chosen the customers will then have to make the payment of ₹499 to reserve. The payment can be made through ola linked payment options or if you are new the then you can pay through credit/debit/UPI or Net Banking.
The Production Facility of Ola Electric Scooter
The first batch of scooters will be produced at Ola’s new plant in Tamil Nadu, which is currently under development. In another tweet, Bhavish shared the development of the Ola plant in TN. The corporation has formerly said that it’ll make investments of ₹2400 crores in this manufacturing unit.
This manufacturing facility will be capable of producing 2 million electric-powered two-wheelers per year and could employ around 10,000 people. It is expected to be the world’s biggest two-wheeler production manufacturing facility. The plant’s operations are predicted to start within the following couple of months, and it’ll adhere to Industry 4.0 standards.
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