Ola is all set to launch a new S1X electric scooter. Now, Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has shared the first pictures of the production version.
Ola Electric was one of the first brands to launch electric scooters in India. However, it has gone through many ups and downs in recent years. Recently, the Bengaluru-based company launched the Ola S1X. It was touted as an affordable electric scooter for the Indian customers. Now, the company’s founder and CEO, Bhavish Aggarwal has shared pictures of the first-ever S1X scooter on his X (formerly Twitter) account. These pictures were taken in front of the Ola Future Factory.
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As you can see in the above images, Bhavish Aggarwal is sitting on an Ola S1X electric scooter with a White colour finish. Another image includes team members as well. The caption reads, “The first S1X off the line!! I think I like this design the most amongst all our S1 products.” The Ola S1X comes in three variants. While the base model (with 2 kWh battery) is priced at Rs 89,999, the 3 kWh battery S1X model costs Rs 99,999. On the other hand, the Ola S1X+ model comes at Rs 1,09,999. The three versions were launched with an introductory price of Rs 79,999, Rs 89,999, and Rs 99,999, respectively.
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In terms of design, the Ola S1X features a single-piece seat design and a curvy body. You can also see steel wheels, a big headlight cowl, and twin projector headlamps with LED DRL. On the front, the electric scooter gets twin fork suspension. The company has added dual shock absorbers in the rear. While the base variant weighs 101 kg, the 3 kWH model weighs 108 kg. Both variants come with a 3.5-inch LCD display and a physical key.
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Ola S1X Specs
The 2 kWh battery model is backed by a 2 kWh Lithium-ion battery. It is paired with a 2.7 kW motor that offers a top speed of 85 kmph and a maximum true range of 85 km (in Eco mode). This version ships with a 350W charger. It is to be noted that this variant lacks features like music controls, navigation, call/ SMS alerts, keyless operation, and OTA updates. On the other hand, the 3 kWh battery variant is paired with a 2.7 kW motor. It comes with a top speed of 90 mph and offers a true range of 125 km (in Eco mode).
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The top-spec Ola S1+ variant is also backed by a 3 kWh battery and a 2.7 kW motor that offers a top speed of 90 kmph and a range of 125 km. However, this variant gets features like cruise control, music control, Bluetooth/GPS connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, remote boot lock/unlock, predictive maintenance, and Ola app control. The company will also offer OTA updates for this model.