Ola on Sunday launched its much anticipated electric scooter coinciding with Independence day. Two models of the scooter were launched: the S1 model at starting price of Rs 99,999 and S1 Pro at Rs 1,29,999.
According to MoneyControl, for the S1 Pro model, the on-road prices after including FAME II and individual state subsidies are Rs 110,149 for Delhi, Rs 109, 999 for Gujarat, Rs 124,999 for Maharashtra, and Rs 119, 136 for Rajasthan.
The scooter will be available in 10 colours including black, blue, white, grey, and shades of red and yellow.
The bookings for the electric scooter were opened from July 15 for a refundable amount of Rs. 499. Within 24 hours, the company received more than one lakh bookings, the company had announced.
According to Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of Ola, the electric scooter will be equipped with the biggest battery found on an electric scooter. The scooter will be powered by an electric scooter that will have a top speed of 115 kmph.
The scooter will also have other features like large under seat storage, digital instrument cluster, all-LED lighting, and mobile phone connectivity, and a segment-first app-based keyless experience, MoneyControl reported.
The electric scooters will be manufactured in Tamil Nadu. The manufacturing plant is claimed to become the world’s largest facility for electric scooters with an eventual capacity of belting out 10 million units per annum.