Aman AhmedSeptember 15, 2021 9:13:53 PM IST
In the news, a look at India’s preparations for the adoption of electric motorcycles Tech2 Ora Electric can confirm that it sold more than 80,000 units of its first scooter, the Ora S1, on the first day of its launch. The initial sales start date (September 8) did not go well and there was a one week delay, but the Ola S1 and S1 Pro purchase window opened at 8:00 am on September 15. Ora Electric collected more than 80,000 confirmed orders in 12 hours.
In a tweet posted at the end of September 15, Ora Electric chairman Babish Agarwal said on Twitter that the company has had “two scooters per second” since the purchase window opened earlier this morning. Based on calculations on the back of the envelope, this revelation suggests that Ora received well over 86,000 orders in 12 hours.
The door to revolution is truly open! We sell 2 scooters per second! India rejects gasoline and chooses electricity. Anyone who has made a reservation can buy it! Buy now with the Ola app! https://t.co/RIcwzKSIyt #JoinThe Revolution pic.twitter.com/7nDj2o2JnR
– Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) September 15, 2021
With more than one rack reservation received within 24 hours of opening the purchase order, it’s no surprise that Ola Electric has received over 86,000 confirmed orders in one day, and Ola Electric currently has a large number of advance orders. It is understood that there is a reservation. S1.
From a perspective, this figure is almost three times the total number of high-speed electric motorcycles sold in India in the first half of 2021. It is also roughly the same number of Activas that Honda 2 Wheelers India has. retailed during the period. For six days, Activa has been the most popular scooter on Indian roads.
Aggarwal also said the option to purchase is now available to anyone pre-booking a scooter. Previously, Ola Electric chose to open the buyer’s purchase window based on the reservation date, so only those who had made the reservation before could choose to pay a large amount to turn the reservation into a purchase.
Currently, anyone who makes a reservation by paying 499 rupees can choose to pay 20,000 rupees as a deposit (regardless of which variant they choose). The remaining amount must be paid at the time of invoicing. As a direct payment or financing option offered by Ola Electric.
The Ola S1 and S1 Pro have a 3-year unlimited mileage warranty on the battery. For reference, the Ola S1 is equipped with a 2.98 kWh lithium-ion battery and the Ola S1 Pro is equipped with a 3.97 kWh lithium-ion battery. It is the biggest battery ever seen on an Indian electric motorcycle. The warranty for the Ola S1 scooter itself is 3 years or 40,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.
The Ola S1 has a range of 121 kilometers and the Ola S1 Pro has a range of 181 kilometers. Ola Electric offers a 750W portable charger for the S1 and S1 Pro. According to the company, it takes around 4 hours and 48 minutes to fully charge the S1 at home, and 6 hours and 30 minutes to fully charge the S1 Pro at home. Minutes.
Ora also has “hypercharger” fast-charging networks across India that allow users to regain a distance of approximately 75 kilometers in just 15 minutes. When launching the S1 and S1 Pro, Ola Electric plans to install fixed charging stations (including slow and fast charging stations) in 100 cities across India, eventually covering more than 400 cities.
Ola Electric accumulates more than 80,000 confirmed orders for S1 electric scooters on the first day of sale-Technology News, Firstpost
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