Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal Extends S1 Electric Scooter Discount Offers Until Diwali 2022


Ola Electric is working towards the goal of increasing sales during the holiday season. Efforts to do so include the launch of the new special edition Ola S1 Pro and the launch of the Ola S1 electric scooters. With that agenda moving forward, the company has extended its Rs 10,000 discount offers on its Ola S1 until Diwali. It should be noted that the EV manufacturer started this offering during Navratri and is now expanding the offering due to the responses and requests they received from the consumers.

Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal shared the news via his official Twitter handle. In his tweet, Aggarwal wrote: “Really humbled by the response to our S1 products this Navratra! As many of you asked for it, we will extend the festive offers until Diwali.” He added: “Together we will end ICEAge.”

The Ola S1 electric scooter, a more affordable version of the flagship model S1 Pro, was introduced by the EV maker on August 15 this year. At the time, CEO Bhavish Aggarwal said Ola S1’s strong sales record shows the country’s readiness to abandon combustion engines and move into the world of electric vehicles.
The purchase window of the S1 electric scooter was opened by Ola Electric on September 1, and delivery began on September 7. The S1 Pro, which debuted last year, served as the basis for the build of the electric scooter.

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The 3 kWh electric motor that powers the Ola S1 electric scooter gives it a range of 141 km on a single charge. It has three driving modes; the environmental mode has a range of 128 km, while the usual mode has a range of 101 km. It can travel 90 km in sport mode on a single battery. A top speed of 90 km/h would be possible.





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