OLA S1 is an electric scooter available at a starting price of Rs. 97,706 in India. It is available in only 1 variant and 5 colours. OLA S1 generates 5500 W power from its motor. With both front and rear disc brakes, OLA S1 comes up with combined braking system of both wheels.
Ola Electric has launched its new electric scooter, the S1 in the Indian market. The Ola electric scooter will come in two variants, Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro.
Both variants of the Ola Electric scooter feature a similar design that comprises a compact twin-pod headlight with an LED DRL ring, apron-mounted sleek LED indicators, a body-coloured front fender, curvy side panels, a sleek LED taillight, an external charging point at the back, and a split-style pillion grabrail. The Ola Electric scooter features a 36-litre under-seat storage that can accommodate two open-face helmets. The colour palette for the base model includes five options while the Pro variant is available in 10 choices.
Mechanical specifications on both scooters include an electric motor that produces a peak output of 8.5kW and maximum torque of 58Nm. The battery capacity for the base variant and the Pro model stands at 2.98kW and 3.97kW, respectively. In terms of performance, the Ola S1 boasts a top speed of 90kmph and a range of 121km per charge. The Ola S1 Pro, on the other hand, can achieve a top speed of 115kmph and features a range of 181km per charge.
Standard features on both models include proximity lock/unlock, remote boot lock, call alert, message alert, infotainment, side-stand alert, anti-theft alert, geo fencing, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, onboard navigation, limp home mode, reverse mode, get home mode, take-me-home lights, find my scooter, HMI moods with sound, electronic steering lock, HMI brightness adjuster, welcome screen, OTA updates, manual SOS, and predictive maintenance. The Pro variant further benefits from hill hold system, cruise control, and voice assist. The Ola S1 version uses two riding modes (Normal and Sport) while the Ola S1 Pro variant packs three (Normal, Sport, and Hyper).
The hardware on both variants comprise a tubular frame, single front fork, rear mono-shock, disc brakes on both wheels, and a combined braking system.