The S1 Air has a claimed vary of 101km in Eco mode and weighs 99kg.
Ola has launched its entry-level electrical scooter, the S1 Air, at Rs 79,999. This introductory worth will probably be legitimate until October 24, after which this scooter will value Rs 84,999. The S1 Air has extra fundamental underpinnings and fewer trip modes than its extra upmarket S1 and S1 Professional siblings. The S1 Air will get three using modes – Eco, Regular and Sports activities. In Eco mode, it has a claimed vary of 101km.
S1 Air weighs 99kg, lighter than S1 and S1 Professional
Extra fundamental underpinnings, will get flat floorboard
Ola S1 Air electrical scooter: particulars
The Ola S1 Air is supplied with a smaller 2.5kWh battery pack (0-100 % house cost in Four hours 30 minutes) and a hub-mounted motor making peak energy of 4.5kW, figures which endow it with a claimed high pace of 90kph and a claimed vary of 101km in Eco mode.
The S1 Air includes a extra typical telescopic entrance fork and twin rear shock absorbers, in addition to drum brakes at each ends. Thanks to those modifications, the S1 Air suggestions the scales at 99kg, making it a lot lighter than the 125kg Ola S1 Professional.
The seat on the S1 Air has been redesigned and it sports activities a extra fundamental single-piece tubular seize deal with. Space for storing on the S1 Air stands at 34 litres, versus 36 litres on its costlier siblings. It has a flat floorboard, which makes ferrying baggage round simpler than on the curved floorboard discovered on the opposite two Ola e-scooters.
On the expertise entrance, the S1 Air will include the identical 7-inch touchscreen TFT show as its extra upmarket siblings and even will get reversing performance. The S1 Air will come outfitted with the MoveOS 3.Zero software program as normal, which can open up options comparable to hill-hold performance, moods, totally different profiles that get rid of the necessity to share passcodes, and even proximity alert. Deliveries are scheduled to start within the first quarter of 2023, claims Ola.