Ola S1 Pro Electric Scooter Does 303Km On A Single Charge

Recently, two Ola S1 Pro electric scooters completed more than 300km on a single full charge. These figures were achieved using the new Eco Mode that came with the latest MoveOS 2 update. Getting into details, a Twitter user by the name of Satendra Yadav initially achieved this feat by travelling 300km with just 5 per cent battery left to spare. Moreover, according to his dashboard, the user did 300km distance at an average speed of 20km/h, and the top speed achieved during this run was 38km/h. On the other hand, the second Ola Electric user to achieve this feat completed 303km on a full charge with just 4 per cent battery to spare, According to his dashboard, his average speed is 23km/h and achieved a higher top speed of 40km/h. Earlier, the eccentric CEO of Ola Electric, Mr Bhavish Aggarwal had awarded the limited-edition Guera Ola S1 Pro electric scooters to people who completed the 200km challenge, it is to be seen what he awards these extreme hypermilers. Speaking about Ola electric car, the startup EV maker had officially teased its upcoming electric car through various social media platforms. In addition to that, his upcoming electric car from Ola Electric is said to be made at the company’s upcoming factory in Tamilnadu. Analysing the previously released teaser, Ola Electric’s upcoming electric car looks sporty with its low-slung design. Moreover, the silhouette of the car suggests the model will be wide and sport a coupe-like roofline. However, it wouldn’t be a 2-door sports car, but a 4-door sedan with a big boot. Moreover, the width of the Ola electric car is further accentuated by the full-width LED lighting at both ends of the car. In addition to this, it seems like Ola Electric has tried to make its electric car as aerodynamically efficient as possible to increase its efficiency. We expect the upcoming Ola electric car to come with a real-world range in excess of 400km per full charge and a battery capacity of around 70kWh. Also, the top speed of the Ola electric car is expected to be around the 180km/h ball park and a sub 8-second 0-100km/h sprint timing.

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