Ola Electric reopens reservations for electric scooters
In September 2021, Ola Electric announces deals worth Rs. 1,100 crore in just two days.
Ola Electric reopens reservations for the electric scooter
Ola Electric has once again opened reservations for its electric scooters, S1 and S1 Pro. Reservations were reopened on the official Ola Electric website for an amount of 499. In September 2021, Ola Electric announced combined sales worth 1,100 crore in just two days. The next window to purchase Ola electric scooters will reopen on November 1, 2021. The company began online sales of its electric scooter, which comes in two variants – S1 and S1 Pro, on September 15, 2021 Deliveries for this batch of scooters will begin in October in 1,000 towns and villages.
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If you’re wondering what to do with your phone right now, just to let you know that reservations for the revolutionary Ola Scooter are open! ????
And just 499 out of https://t.co/5SIc3JyPqm ????
I mean, what a revolutionary way to pass the time, right? ???? pic.twitter.com/keJ0Z2orCZ
– Electric Ola (@OlaElectric) October 4, 2021
The Ola S1 is priced at 1 lakh, while the S1 Pro is priced at â¹ 1.30 Lakh (all prices, excluding showroom). Prices could drop further upon delivery, depending on state subsidies on electric vehicles across the country. In states with more EV subsidies, the Ola S1 will be more affordable than many gasoline scooters. In Delhi, the Ola S1 is priced at 85,099, while in Gujarat, the S1 is priced at 79,999. The base model Ola S1 achieves a top speed of 90 km / h and a range of up to 121 km on a single charge. The S1 Pro, on the other hand, offers a top speed of around 115 km / h and a range of up to 181 km.
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Ola Electric is also building its Futurefactory in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, which spans 500 acres and will have a production capacity of 10 million vehicles per year when fully completed. Ola says it will be the largest and most advanced 2W plant in the world, and she has already completed phase 1 construction and is currently in production testing. The Ola Futurefactory will also be the world’s largest factory run entirely by women. At full scale, it will employ more than 10,000 women.