In fact, Bhavish Aggarwal has established Ola Electric as a brand that is delivering scooters to customers without a dealership or physical store. However, in view of the increasing demand for scooters, now the company has decided to increase the number of Experience Centers. The company has said that it will deliver the scooters within just two to three days of the order.
The Ola S1, S1 Pro and the recently launched S1 Air electric scooter will be made available at Ola Electric’s Experience Center. However, the company has not given information in which cities these experience centers will be opened. The company had earlier disclosed that it has opened 20 such experience centres.
At present, Ola Electric is the largest selling electric scooter company in the country by sales volume. Ola Electric is also the first company to produce 1 lakh electric scooters at the fastest speed. The company is manufacturing electric vehicles at its Future factory in Tamil Nadu.
Ola is currently manufacturing three electric scooters in India. These include the Ola S1, S1 Pro and S1 Air. Ola S1 Air has been launched recently and is the most affordable electric scooter from the company. Ola S1 Air has been made available at a price of Rs 84,999 (ex-showroom).
This scooter can be booked on the company’s website by paying Rs 999. The company is going to start the delivery of S1 Air from February 2023. The company claims that the Ola S1 Air offers a certified range of 100 km on a full charge. However, in real conditions its range is 76 km. Its top speed is 90 km/h. The company is using the same design platform as the S1 electric scooter in the S1 Air, but its battery and powertrain have been changed.
In Ola S1 Air, the company has given 2.5 kWh battery pack and 4.5 kW motor, due to which its weight is only 99 kg. The company has made it available in a total of 5 colors which include Coral Glam, Neo Mint, Porcelain White, Jet Black and Liquid Silver.
The company has registered the highest ever sales in October 2022 with 20,000 units. The company has left behind Hero Electric, Okinawa and Ather in sales. Ola Electric has said that the increase in production has led to better sales figures.