Ola Customer Gets A Free Electric Scooter: He Drove 200 Kms In Single Charge!
Today’s news about the Ola Electric bike is not about fires!
An Ola Electric owner has made the news this time for riding his Ola S1 Pro for 200 km after he upgraded to the new OS 2.0.
And for this feat, he will be gifted a free Gerua S1 Pro by none other than Bhavish Agarwal, the co-founder of Ola Electric.
Ola S1 Bike Owner Gifted Gerua S1 Pro By Ola Co-founder
Karthik, the owner of the Ola S1 has tweets that he crossed 202 km on a single charge on the electric bike. Apparently, he used the scooter in the ECO mode and rode it through traffic and the highway.
The co-founder of Ola Electric, Bhavish Agarwal has quoted the tweet of Karthik and promised him a free Gerua S1 Pro.
He says in his tweet, “Karthik you’re a revolutionary in every sense of the word! You’ve broken records (incl ICE 2ws) by getting 200km range in a single charge on the Ola S1. As promised, there’s a free Gerua S1 Pro waiting for you??? Petrol 2Ws are going to be history soon! #EndICEage”
Bhavish Agarwal had said that a free Gerua scooter is up for grabs for those who cross 200 km range in a single charge. The winners will be hosted at the Futurefactory in June to take their delivery.
The display of the Ola S1 Pro put up by Karthik shows that he rode the bike for 202 km with an average speed of 27 km/h and reached the top speed of 48 km/h.
Ola Electric Bike’s New MoveOS 2.0
The new MoveOS 2.0 is in the beta stage and has also been released to many owners. New features on this OS include mobile connectivity, a new mobile app, a navigation system, and a new ECO mode that helps increase the overall range of the scooter.
Ola Electric will reportedly release the final version of the software to the customers in the upcoming weeks.
Ola S1 Pro: Specifications
The S1 Pro is powered by an 8.5 kW electric motor which produces 58 Nm of peak torque output and helps the scooter reach a top speed of 115 km/h in the Hyper riding mode (one of the three riding modes).
The smaller 3.97 kWh battery claims a maximum riding range of 181 km in the Eco mode. It takes 6.5 hours for a full charge using the 750 W charger provided with the scooter. It comes with a real-world mileage claim of 131 kms.
It has a top speed of 115 kmph and can go from stationary to 100 kmph in three seconds.