Ola S1 Air Electric Scooter: Ola’s most electric scooter Ola S1 Air has been waiting for a long time. The company has confirmed that the new electric scooter Will arrive among customers in July. Earlier, Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of the electric two-wheeler brand, shared a post with the S1 Pro on social media. Ola is already taking bookings for this electric scooter. However, the purchase window and test ride will start from July. Apart from this, the delivery of S1 Air will also be given to the customers from July itself.
Apart from Ola S1 Air, the company sells Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro. Ola S1 Air is the cheapest among all the three electric scooters. Its ex-showroom price starts at Rs 84,999. You can see the specifications of Ola’s most affordable electric scooter here.
Ola S1 Air: Battery and range
There are three variants of Ola S1 Air, in which 2kWh, 3kWh and 4kWh battery pack options are available. The top speed of this electric scooter is 85 kilometers per hour. Talking about the range, the 2kWh variant will cover a distance of 85 kilometers on a full charge. Apart from this, the 3kWh variant gives a range of 125 km while the 4kWh variant gives a range of 165 km.
Test drove the first S1 Air vehicles!! Loving them 🙂
Coming to you in July 😎💪🏼🛵 pic.twitter.com/wWnIAFYs62
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) May 23, 2023
Those who book 2.5kWh variant will get upgraded version
The company’s cheapest electric scooter looks similar to the S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters. In this you will get 5 dual-tone paint themes. These include Coral Glam, Neo Mint, Porcelain White, Jet Black and Liquid Silver paint themes.
Ola has also said that those who booked the 2.5kWh variant during Diwali will get the 3kWh variant of the electric scooter. The company will not charge any extra money for this upgrade.
Ola S1 Air: Price
The ex-showroom price of the 2kWh variant of Ola S1 Air is Rs 84,999. Talking about the price of other variants, the ex-showroom price of 3kWh variant is Rs 99,999. At the same time, Rs 1,09,000 (ex-showroom price) will have to be spent for the 4kWh variant.