Ever since the sale of Ola Electric Scooter has started, it has been making records on record. After completing the sale of 600 crores in the first one day, the company sold 500 crores electric scooters on the second day. In this way, the company’s two-day sales have become worth more than Rs 1100 crore. Let us tell you that the company recently launched its first electric scooter in two variants – S1 and S1 Pro, in which customers can get 180 km. Driving range of up to
when will the next sale be
Ola founder Bhavish Agarwal has released the sales figures through his social media post. He wrote, ‘The second day was even better than the first. Sales of Rs 1100 crores crossed in 2 days. Shopping will resume on November 1. Let us know that the company started the official booking of the scooter from 15 September, which has lasted till 16 September. According to Bhavish Aggarwal, the company has sold 4 scooters every second.
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ola electric scooter price
As we have already mentioned, the Ola electric scooter comes in two variants – S1 and S1 Pro. The price of Ola S1 is Rs 99,999 and the price of Ola S1 Pro variant is Rs 1,29,999. Customers can book the scooter online by paying a minimum booking amount of Rs 20,000 on the day of sale. However, if you missed out on a purchase, you can still book the scooter online for the next sale at Rs.499.
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Range up to 180km
In the Ola electric scooter, the company has given a battery pack of 3.9 kWh capacity and its electric motor generates peak power of 8.5 kW. The company claims that its battery will be fully charged in about 6 hours with a portable charger of 750W capacity. Apart from this, this battery can be charged up to 50% in just 18 minutes with the company’s supercharger. Ola claims that this electric scooter gives a driving range of 180 to 190 kms once fully charged.