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Ola has launched a new Khaki Green color for the S1 Pro scooter on the occasion of India’s 75th Independence day. Called the freedom edition, this model also comes with a unique seat cover and special decals. It is priced at ₹1.49 lakh and this model is limited to only 1947 units. The Freedom Edition can be purchased using the Ola app. The Ola electric scooter comes in two variants namely the S1 and S1 Pro. The S1 gets a 2.98kWh battery and it weighs 121kg. The S1 variant will achieve 0-40km/h in 3.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 90 km/h. It has a claimed range of 141km. It will get normal and sports driving modes. The S1 Pro gets a 3.97 kWh battery and weighs 125kg. The S1 Pro will achieve 0-40km/h in 3 seconds and go on to a top speed of 115km/h. It will achieve a range of 181km. It gets driving modes like normal, sport, and hyper. The Ola electric scooter can be charged with a portable home charger of 750W. This will charge the S1 and S1 Pro to 100% in just 4.50 hours and 6.30 hours respectively. The Ola hyper charger station can charge it to 50% in just 18 minutes. Both scooters also get a torque figure of 58nm. The Ola Electric scooter uses single-sided suspension and disc brakes, as well as 110/70-R12 MRF tires, at both ends. The Ola electric is packed to the brim with features. It gets a 7-inch TFT display with all the necessary information including navigation. The top-end S1 Pro variant gets hill assist, cruise control, and voice assistant. The features common between the S1 and S1 Pro are all LED lights and the TFT display. The S1 gets five body colors and the S1 Pro gets 10 color options.

 

Ola has launched a new Khaki Green color for the S1 Pro scooter on the occasion of India’s 75th Independence day. Called the freedom edition, this model also comes with a unique seat cover and special decals.

 

 It is priced at ₹1.49 lakh and this model is limited to only 1947 units. The Freedom Edition can be purchased using the Ola app. 

 

The Ola electric scooter comes in two variants namely the S1 and S1 Pro. The S1 gets a 2.98kWh battery and it weighs 121kg.  

 

The S1 variant will achieve 0-40km/h in 3.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 90 km/h. It has a claimed range of 141km. It will get normal and sports driving modes. 

 

The S1 Pro gets a 3.97 kWh battery and weighs 125kg. The S1 Pro will achieve 0-40km/h in 3 seconds and go on to a top speed of 115km/h. 

 

It will achieve a range of 181km. It gets driving modes like normal, sport, and hyper.

 

The Ola electric scooter can be charged with a portable home charger of 750W. This will charge the S1 and S1 Pro to 100% in just 4.50 hours and 6.30 hours respectively. 

 

The Ola hyper charger station can charge it to 50% in just 18 minutes. Both scooters also get a torque figure of 58nm. 

 

The Ola Electric scooter uses single-sided suspension and disc brakes, as well as 110/70-R12 MRF tires, at both ends. 

 

The Ola electric is packed to the brim with features. It gets a 7-inch TFT display with all the necessary information including navigation.

 

The top-end S1 Pro variant gets hill assist, cruise control, and voice assistant. The features common between the S1 and S1 Pro are all LED lights and the TFT display. The S1 gets five body colors and the S1 Pro gets 10 color options.

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