New Delhi: Ola company has been in discussion for a long time about its Electric Scooter. Earlier, the market for discussions about Ola’s electric scooter was hot. After the launch of the scooter, headlines remained about its delivery. Now questions are being raised about the features of the electric scooter. Although the company keeps on clarifying all these questions from time to time. Regarding the delivery of scooters on time, the company says that the speed of scooter manufacturing has been increased and those who have booked the scooter will get its delivery soon.
Ola Electric Scooters launched two electric scooters named Ola S1 and S1 Pro. The pre-booking of these scooters also broke the record. But people have to wait a long time for delivery. There is good news for the pre-booking customers.
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Bhavesh Aggarwal, CEO of Ola Electric, says that the company will soon open the purchase window of electric scooters again, where the remaining customers will be able to buy their scooters. He has told that the company factory has increased the production speed of Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro. Bhavesh Aggarwal told that 1000 electric scooters are being produced every day in his factory.
Electric scooter pre-booking
The pre-bookings for Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro started on September 15 last year. The price of Ola S1 electric scooter is Rs 99,999 while the price of Ola S1 Pro scooter has been fixed at Rs 129,999. The deliveries of the Ola electric scooter started from 15 December 2021. But so far only a small number of scooters have been delivered.
The Ola S1 electric scooter can travel up to 121 km on a full charge. The range of 181 km will be available with Ola S1 Pro. A portable charger of 750W is being given with both the scooters.
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Features like cruise control and hill hold missing
Ola Electric had promised cruise control and hill hold features on the S1 and S1 Pro scooters. However, both these features were missing in the scooters that were delivered to the customers. Customers started criticizing the company.
On the criticism of the company, Varun Dubey, Chief Marketing Officer, Ola Electric said that in the next few months, features like cruise control, hill hold, navigation etc. are going to come in the scooter. This will be done through software update. He said that the company will continue to add more features to the scooter through customer feedback.