We are already in an age where there are options of choosing between different electric two-wheelers including an e-bike and e-scooter and this drag race will prove their capabilities.
Here is a cool drag race between an Ola S1 Pro and a Revolt RV400. For the uninitiated, the S1 Pro is an electric scooter focusing on performance and is a prominent player in the market. On the other hand, Revolt is a relatively new player in the market and the RV400 is an electric bike. Let us check out whether the e-scooter is more powerful in real-life or the e-bike.
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Ola S1 Pro vs Revolt RV400 Drag Race
The video has been uploaded by Suraj Verma who is a popular YouTuber. He creates content around motorcycles. In this video, he decides to perform a long race between the Ola S1 Pro and Revolt RV400 along with his friend. Choosing the sportiest settings on both products, the race began. However, everyone was surprised to witness the sheer power on display from the Ola. The electric scooter sped away from the very beginning and was nowhere to be seen moments after the launch.
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During this race, the S1 Pro was able to achieve its top speed of 115 km/h (only in the sportiest ‘Hyper’mode). On the other hand, the RV400 maintained a steady top speed of 85 km/h. Therefore, it would never be able to overtake the S1 Pro. This shows how Ola has designed the electric scooter for maximum performance.
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The Ola S1 Pro comes powered by a 3.97 kWh battery pack that allows a claimed range of 181 km and in the real world, one could expect around 110 km. The total power and torque outputs are 11.4 hp and 58 Nm respectively. There are three drive modes – Eco, Normal, and Hyper. You can get upto 75 km of range in just 15 minutes. It tips the scales at 125 kg and the top speed is 116 km/h.
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On the other hand, the RV400 has a 3.24 kWh battery enabling a range of 150 km in the easiest settings. It comes with USD forks and three drive modes – Eco, Normal and Sports. Interestingly, the e-bike only weighs 108 kg and gets disc brakes on both wheels. As mentioned before, the top speed is limited to just 85 km/h in the Sport Mode.
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