Ola S1X Electric Scooter: Features, Price, and Specifications Revealed

Ola Electric has launched a new variant of its S1X electric scooter in India with a larger battery pack. This scooter will come with a 4 kWh battery pack. The company claims that it will offer a range of 190 km on a full charge. The company has priced the new variant of the e-scooter at INR 1.10 lakh (ex-showroom).

The S1X was initially launched in August 2023 with options of 2 kWh and 3 kWh battery packs. The electric two-wheeler manufacturing company has opened bookings for this scooter, and its deliveries will begin in April. Along with this, the company has also announced the expansion of its Ola service centers, charging network, and battery warranty across the country.

Ola has introduced a standard warranty of 8 years / 80,000 km on its electric scooter battery. Customers can extend the battery warranty up to 100,000 kilometers by paying INR 4,999 and up to 125,000 kilometers by paying INR 12,999.

Ola S1X: Performance

Similar to the 2 kWh and 3 kWh variants, the S1X’s 4 kWh variant features a 6 kW hub-mounted electric motor, generating 8 bhp of power. It can accelerate from 0-40 kmph in just 3.3 seconds and has a top speed of 90 kmph. The scooter comes with telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear, offering three riding modes – Eco, Normal, and Sports.

Ola S1X: Design and Features

The S1X scooter doesn’t deviate much from the design of the company’s other current electric scooters. It features smiley-shaped dual-pod headlights, indicator-mounted front apron, rubberized footboard with a flat design, 34-liter boot space, and LED tail lamps. It also comes with a 7-inch TFT touchscreen instrument cluster. Additionally, the scooter offers a flat-style seat and a single-piece tubular grab rail with LED tail lamps. It is available with black cladding and steel wheels.

Company to Enhance Service and Charging Network

Ola Electric plans to expand its Ola service centers across India. The company aims to increase its service network by 50% and plans to expand its Ola service center network to 600 by April 2024. Ola’s goal is to increase its charging network tenfold.

Currently, there are 1000 charging stations across the country, and this number will increase to 10,000 by June. The company will install rapid chargers that can charge up to 75% faster at home or office, providing a range of up to 50 km in approximately 20 minutes. Customers can also purchase rapid chargers for ₹29,999 and have them installed at their homes or offices.

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