Ola Electricthe electric vehicle manufacturing unit of taxi aggregator Ola, on Saturday launched the S1 Air scooter.

The actual price of the scooter is Rs 84,999. However, as a Diwali discount, company costing him Rs 79,999 till October 24.

The company has started bookings which can be placed by paying a token amount of Rs 999. In a press briefing, the company said that the purchase window will open in February 2023 and deliveries will start from April 2023.

The recently launched S1 Air is Ola’s third electric offering two-wheeled category. The company had earlier launched the Ola S1 at Rs 99,000 and the S1 Pro at Rs 129,000.

The S1 Air has a 2.5 kWh battery that allows it to run up to 100 km and reach a top speed of 85 km/h, according to the company.

The S1 Air is built on the S1 platform, but is 25kg lighter than the S1 Pro. The two-wheeler comes with features like eco and sport modes, OTA updates, reverse mode, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation, side stand alert, music playback and remote boot unlock and more.

The car will be available in Porcelain White, Neo Mint, Coral Glamor, Liquid Silver and Black among others.

The company said the scooter will be launched in neighboring Nepal later this year, followed by Europe and Latin America in early 2023.

“The end of the ice age is closer to reality than ever before. From 4,000 units per month before our entry into the electric mobility market, electric vehicles now account for 15 percent of the total scooter segment, and in cities like Delhi Bengaluru and Pune, even higher than 40 percent of new scooter sales. To truly end the era of ice vehicles, India EV The revolution needs to be a mass movement and S1 Air is a significant step in that direction,” said CEO and Founder, Ola Bhavish Agarwal according to media reports.

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