Ola’s electric scooters are finally available for sale across the country. Recently, the company launched its scooter in two variants Ola S1 and S1 Pro. Its entry-level S1 variant costs Rs 99,999 and the S1 Pro variant costs Rs 1,29,999. Apart from this, customers can book this scooter online for just Rs 499 through the company’s official website.
Prior to this, the company started selling scooters on September 8. But due to some technical glitch in the company’s website, the sales of the scooters were stopped and for this the company also apologized to the customers. Today, the official sale of both these scooters has been started once again from 15th September.
It is being told that the delivery of these scooters will start from next month i.e. October. These will be delivered directly to the address specified by the customers. You can buy Ola electric scooter online only through the company’s official website or mobile app. The company will deliver the scooters on a first booking basis.
Interested customers can choose the variant and color of the scooter using the Ola app. Apart from this, an advance amount of Rs 20,000 will have to be paid to buy the scooter, you can pay the rest of the amount after the invoice is generated. Customers can also optionally opt for taking loans from major banks. Let us tell you that the EMI of Ola S1 will start from Rs 2,999 while the EMI of S1 Pro will start from Rs 3,199.
How is this electric scooter:
In the Ola electric scooter, the company has given a battery pack of 3.9 kWh capacity and its electric motor generates 8.5 kW of peak power. The company claims that its battery will be fully charged in about 6 hours with a portable charger of 750W capacity. Apart from this, this battery can be charged up to 50% in just 18 minutes with the company’s supercharger. Ola claims that this electric scooter gives a driving range of 180 to 190 kms once fully charged.
However, the deliveries of the electric scooter will start from October 2021. The Ola electric scooter will be manufactured at Ola Futurefactory in Tamil Nadu which will be operated entirely by women employees. For this the company plans to hire more than 10,000 women employees.