Ola has recently introduced their most affordable electric scooter in India, known as the OLA S1X. This new model reflects Ola’s vision of moving away from conventional internal combustion engines (ICE), and it’s poised to make a significant impact on the Indian scooter market. The spotlight is firmly on the S1X during this launch event, as it features a subtle redesign at the front, setting it apart from the rest of the S1 range. Notably, the headlight cowl has been heightened to enhance its visual distinction.
The Ola S1X is available with two battery options: a 2 kWh variant and a larger 3 kWh variant. Additionally, Ola offers a distinct model called the S1X+ that boasts a more capacious 4 kWh battery pack. This diversified lineup, including the S1 Pro, S1 Air, and S1X, caters to a wider audience with varying preferences.
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Ola S1X all variant price
In terms of pricing, the S1X+ is listed at Rs. 1,09,999 (ex-showroom). Similarly, the S1X with a 3 kWh battery starts at Rs. 89,999 for the introductory period and will subsequently retail for Rs. 99,999 (ex-showroom). The most budget-friendly option is the 2 kWh S1X, which is priced at Rs. 79,999 during the introductory phase and will later be available for Rs. 89,999 (ex-showroom). It’s important to note that these special introductory prices are applicable for this week only.
Coinciding with India’s Independence Day, Ola is inaugurating a hundred new service centers, further bolstering their commitment to customer service. Complementing this initiative is Ola’s existing network of a thousand experience centers across the country. Additionally, Ola has unveiled Move OS 4, a substantial software update for their scooters. This update brings forth an array of new features and improvements, promising enhanced range, regenerative capabilities, and an overall improved user experience. Notably, Move OS 4 introduces indigenous maps for navigation—a noteworthy addition.
The beta version of Move OS 4 is set to roll out within a month, followed by subsequent stable releases in a phased manner. Ola anticipates that this update will contribute to extended travel distances, improved energy regeneration, and a more seamless overall performance. The introduction of native maps further enriches the user experience and navigation capabilities.
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