Ola Electric has come a long way as a maker of electric vehicles since the company was first established. The dynamic CEO of the company, Bhavish Aggarwal, is the one responsible for guiding his cherished possession to where it is today: Ola Electric is currently the top-selling 2W EV maker in India, and by January 2023, sales are projected to have surpassed 18,000. In addition to new variants for their S1 series of electric scooters, the company has published the first teaser photographs of their upcoming Ola electric motorcycle. Ola has not yet ventured into this uncharted terrain, but their track record of success in the market for electric scooters implies that they will perform well in this new arena as well.
Five New Electric Motorcycles Revealed by Ola
First, let’s get to the interesting part, and then we can move on to the rest of it. To begin, Ola has teased not one, but five different versions of electric motorcycles today. These models are all touted to be coming soon. Yes, we are moving forward with them after having completed the planning stages. During the phase in which the prototypes are being developed, it is possible that they will see some minor adjustments. Ola has been working towards the goal of expanding its horizons by investigating a wide range of motorcycle designs. The primary attention-grabbing feature is an electric ADV sporting, the Adventure brand logo. In addition to this, it stands out as the undeniably largest of the group. Will very certainly be in competition with the anticipated electric Himalayan. In addition to having a futuristic design and knuckle protection, it also boasts a number of other features.
A brand-new cafe racer that gives off the impression that it was transported here from the future is currently on the market. Anything even somewhat similar to this has never been witnessed before, not only in India but anyplace else in the world (production motorcycles). The LED components of its face, in contrast to the massive appearance of the rest of its face, are attractive. The finished handlebars have a look that is reminiscent of the horns of a furious bull. The fact that the wheel is illuminated from behind is suggestive of the presence of a hub motor. There’s also the possibility that it’s only a decorative element. After the ADV comes the street bike, which of the five possibilities is most likely to have the lowest price tag. It appears that both of the other motorcycles are flat trackers. In point of fact, we can say with absolute certainty that one of them is a flat tracker, while the other is almost certainly a scrambler.
Variety of S1 Electric Scooters
The Ola S1 product line is extremely important to the overall development of the company. In comparison to its older siblings, the S1 and S1 Pro, the S1 Air offers a lower price point.
Newer variants with capacities of 2 kWh (at a price of Rs. 84,999), 3 kWh (at a price of Rs. 99,999), and 4 kWh (at a price of Rs. 1,09,999) have been introduced, while the company has discontinued its 2.5 kWh battery pack. People who initially selected the plan with a capacity of 2.5 kWh will be eligible for a free upgrade to the plan with a capacity of 3 kWh.
The motor that powers the S1 Air series is rated at 4.5 kW and can reach speeds of up to 85 kilometers per hour. You have the choice of selecting a battery with 2 kWh that has a range of 85 km, a battery with 3 kWh that has a range of 125 km, or a battery with 4 kWh that has a range of 165 km.
The S1 Pro is capable of reaching speeds of up to 116 kilometers per hour and has a range of 181 kilometers with its present configuration of a battery that is 4 kWh and a motor that is 8.5 kWh. However, a battery with a capacity of 2 kWh is now commercially available, which greatly expands the S1’s range. This one is available for Rs. 99,999 and has a maximum speed of 90 km/h along with a range of 91 km on an 8.5 kW motor.
In comparison, the entry-level S1 model will maintain the same top speed of 95 kilometers per hour, battery pack capacity of 3 kWh, and range of 141 kilometers. Estimated to be 1,09,999 Indian Rupees in value. It is important that you are aware that the prices that are given do not include the costs of shipping and are based on delivery to Bengaluru. We are planning to begin making deliveries in July of 2023.
The EV producer promises a motorcycle-style e-bike, supersport, and scrambler.
The producer of electric vehicles has dropped hints about five distinct categories of electric motorbikes, which include a supersport model, an adventure model, a scrambler model, and an e-bike designed in the style of a motorcycle. Although the teaser does not confirm it, the fifth bike appears to be some kind of cruiser.
Statement from Duke Ather Energy Regarding the Scooter Fire and the New CFMoto 800NK Issued Based on the KTM 790. The electric vehicle that Royal Enfield had planned to unveil in 2024 will not be seen by anyone before then. Due to the fact that these were merely concept images, it is quite unlikely that we will see actual versions of these motorcycles until at least 2024 at the earliest. If the simulated pictures are any indication, though, the electric motorcycles appear to be thrilling and forward-looking in the future. To begin, the supers port has a look that is reminiscent of the future since it has a front panel that is a single piece and flows into the seat.