Indian electric scooter maker OLA Electric has launched the OLA S1 and S1 Pro electric scooter primarily focused on commuters in India.
OLA S1 and S1 Pro Electric Scooter specifications:
OLA S1 Electric Scooter comes in with 8.5KW hyperdrive motor that offers a top speed of 90 kmph (or about 56 mph) and 115 kmph (70 mph) on the S1 Pro model with OLA’s electronic braking system (EBS), which uses hydraulic disc brakes front and rear to stop you while regenerating power from that force, the company estimates can generate additional 6% of charge, or about 4 kilometers.
OLA S1 Electric Scooter offers two riding modes (Normal and Sports) with the Sports mode it accelerates from 0-40 km/h in just 3.6 seconds while the S1 Pro model offers three riding modes including the Hyper mode that jumps the acceleration of 0-40 km/h in just 3 seconds.
OLA S1 Electric Scooter offers up to 121 kilometers of range in a single charge with 2.98kWh battery that takes up to 4 hours and 48 minutes to be charged at home while the S1 Pro Electric Scooter offers up to 181 kilometers of range in a single charge with 3.97kWh battery that takes up to 6 hours and 30 minutes to be charged at home.
It also offers fast-charging that offers up to 75 kilometers of charge in 18 minutes for both models.
It comes in with a 7-inch touch screen display that offers Bluetooth, GPS and LTE connectivity for easy access thanks to the MoveOS running out of the showroom that makes commuting more fun through the electric scooter.
It also includes a GPS alarm system that sends alerts to your phone to let you know if your scooter gets stolen. It’s also pretty waterproof, with a fording depth of 230 mm (or 9 inches), so OLA says it’s pretty solidly equipped for rainy conditions.
The OLA S1 Electric scooter starts at Rs. 99,999 (with variable pricing in different states) available in five glossy colors (white, gray, red, blue, and black) in India.
OLA S1 Pro Electric scooter starts at Rs. 1,29,999 (with variable pricing in different states) available in five glossy and five metallic colors (white, gray, red, blue, and black) in India.