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Ola S1 Pro

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Rs. 1.29 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
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Ola S1 Pro Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Range 195 km/charge
  • Battery Capacity 4 Kwh
  • Charging Time 6.5 Hr
  • Top Speed 120 km/Hr
  • Kerb Weight 116 Kg
  • Tyre Type Tubeless
  • Ground Clearance 160 mm
  • Fast Charging Yes
Specs & Features of S1 Pro

Ola S1 Pro Variants and Price

Ola S1 Pro price price starts at Rs. 1.29 Lakh. Ola S1 Pro is offered in a single variant - Gen 2.
Variants Ex-Showroom Price
S1 Pro Gen 2
195 km/charge . 4 Kwh . 6.5 Hr
Rs. 1.29 Lakh
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Ola S1 Pro Colours

Ola S1 Pro bike is available in 5 exciting colours options like Steller Blue, Midnight Blue, Mat White, Jetblack and Amethyst.
  • Steller Blue
  • Midnight Blue
  • Mat White
  • Jetblack
  • Amethyst

Ola S1 Pro Latest Updates

The Ola S1 Pro is Ola Electric’s flagship electric scooter which promises among the highest range and most performance of any Indian electric scooter. To top it off, the S1 Pro is feature-packed as well. Ola Electric has now crossed 2 lakh registrations in 2024, being the first EV brand to do so. Here’s everything you need to know. The EV maker’s 600th service centre has been opened in Vadodara, Gujarat. Check out the details here.

Ola Electric is planning to power their electric scooters using batteries developed in-house which should make the S1 Pro a whole lot cheaper.

Ola S1 Pro Key Highlights

Price: The Ola S1 Pro is priced at Rs 1,28,999 (ex-showroom including EMPS subsidy).

Design: The Ola S1 Pro is equipped with compact dual projector LED headlights that complement its fluidic design, evoking a European aesthetic with single-tone body panels and sleek blacked-out alloy wheels. Its retractable pillion footpegs are seamlessly integrated into the bodywork. It gets a telescopic fork at the front and a cast aluminium single-sided swingarm.

Features: The Ola S1 Pro offers a range of features, including a comprehensive full-LED lighting system, a 7-inch touch-enabled TFT display with smartphone connectivity via Bluetooth, and support for WiFi, LTE, and GPS. Notable functionalities encompass side-stand detection and anti-theft alerts, geo-fencing, reverse mode, Get Home mode, Take Me Home lights, and a Limp Home mode. The MoveOS 3.0 OTA update introduces additional enhancements such as three riding modes (Bolt, Vintage, and Eclipse), a vacation mode for extended battery preservation during periods of inactivity, proximity-based unlocking, simulated motor sounds, hill hold assist, three levels of regenerative braking, Hypercharging (providing 50km of range in just 15 minutes), Bluetooth calling, and even key sharing.

Motor: The Ola S1 Pro is equipped with a mid-drive IPM motor that delivers a nominal power output of 5.5kW and a peak power output of 8.5kW. It is powered by a 4kWh battery pack, which takes approximately 6.5 hours for a full charge. It offers a certified range of up to 195km in Eco mode.

Suspension, Brakes & Other Details: The scooter is constructed on a tubular frame, featuring a telescopic fork and a monoshock unit at the rear for suspension. Braking is handled by a 220mm disc at the front and a 180mm disc at the rear, equipped with standard CBS. It rides on alloy wheels wrapped in tubeless tyres, with a total weight of 125kg (kerb), a seat height of 792mm, and 165mm of ground clearance.

Rivals: The Ola S1 Pro rivals the likes of the Ather 450X, Simple One, and the TVS iQube ST. In a similar price bracket, you could also purchase the Apache RTR 160, Revolt RV400 or the Pulsar NS160.

Range: The Ola S1 Pro has an ARAI certified range of 181km on a single full charge. Ola claims that the S1 Pro will deliver a true range of 170km in Eco mode and 135km in Normal mode.

Charging Time: With a 750W portable home charger, the Ola S1 requires 5.5 hours to fully charge its 4kWh battery. Of course, using the nascent Ola Hypercharging network, it is possible to charge this electric scooter much faster.

Variants: The S1 Pro Gen 2 is available in a sole variant, featuring 5 colour options: Amethyst, Stellar Blue, Matt White, Jet Black, and Midnight Blue.

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Ola S1 Pro Pros and Cons

S1 Pro Advantages

Gets a stylish design and an affordable price tag

S1 Pro Disadvantages

The range might be insufficient for certain riders, and there are concerns regarding the build quality and dependability

S1 Pro Expert's Conclusion

Due to changes in FAME 2 subsidies, Ola Electric couldn't maintain the original pricing for the S1 Air when it was eventually launched a year later. The S1X appears to be Ola Electric's endeavor to offer an affordable electric scooter, competing in price with 100-110cc petrol-powered scooters.

Ola S1 Pro Expert Review

Within a short span of just over a year, Ola has established itself to be a serious contender in the electric two-wheeler space. The Ola S1 Pro model has seen two serious software updates in this timeframe; and for 2023, the electric scooter is enhanced with the MoveOS 3 OTA software roll-out. Here’s how each new feature enriches the riding experience, and what more could Ola really do to make the S1 Pro even better.

More Alive

Ola has recalibrated all of its riding modes to offer a more spirited experience. The Ola S1 Pro feels sprightly in Hyper and doesn’t feel inadequate in Sport or Normal mode either. In fact, in the latter two riding modes, the e-scooter is over a second quicker in the run to 60kmph than what it could muster with MoveOS 2 software.

Hyper Mode

(101.7kmph top speed)

MoveOS 3

MoveOS 2

0-40kmph

3.39s 

3.41s

0-60kmph

5.63s

5.75s

0-80kmph

9.00s

9.20s

0-100kmph

15.08s

15.66s

Sport Mode

(84kmph top speed)

MoveOS 3

MoveOS 2

0-40kmph

4.10s

4.86s

0-60kmph

6.45s

7.85s

0-80kmph

10.06s

11.60s

 

Normal Mode

(70kmph top speed)

MoveOS 3

MoveOS 2

0-40kmph

5.90s

6.01s

0-60kmph

11.06s

12.21s

There is a healthier spread of torque across the board until the top speed of each mode is achieved. The throttle response is a bit more prompt than before but there’s still some work to be done in this regard. There is still a marginal delay between the twisting throttle and the scooter moving forwards or making that overtake. And while slowing down rapidly, you will still find the scooter accelerating ever so slightly even after you shut the throttle. This delay becomes quite prominent in Hyper and Sport modes where there’s more juice flowing to the motor.

Thankfully, the scooter no longer kills the power entirely when you tap the brakes. There is a sizable drop in the current that is supplied to the motor but the scooter can still roll forwards. This makes the Ola S1 Pro more manageable than before when executing tight U-turns.

More Adjustability

Thanks to advanced regenerative braking, the rider can choose how rapidly or slowly they would like the scooter to slow down on its own accord. There are three levels to choose from: Low, Default and High. In order to test just how different each mode is, we conducted a VBox deceleration test, where in Normal mode, we let the scooter naturally slow down. Here’s how much time and distance each mode took:

Regen Level

45-30kmph Deceleration Time

45-30kmph Deceleration Distance

Low

12.52s

129.86m

Default

8.43s

87.39m

High

6.21s

64.26m

I preferred to keep the regen in the Default mode as it was easy to manage the scooter in bumper to bumper traffic with the throttle delay issue still persisting. In the highest setting, you don’t have to rely on the brakes as much to slow down the scooter.

Thanks to these improvements, the Ola S1 Pro has once again reclaimed the top spot in our range tests; only just, though.

Range

 

Ola S1 Pro MoveOS 3

147.6km

Ather 450X Gen 3

142km

Ola S1 Pro MoveOS 2

141km

TVS iQube S

114.76km

Bajaj Chetak

113.89km

It ran for 147.6km in Normal mode with default regen setting. It could’ve gone for a bit more but the issue was the Eco mode. Once the charge levels drop below 15 percent, the S1 Pro automatically switches to Eco, where the performance is drastically curbed. It still remains unusable for commuting, taking a while to set off, and can only reach a VBox-tested top speed of 37kmph – thus making overtaking a tricky affair. Ultimately, it remains a limp home setting rather than an actual riding mode.

More Charging Solutions

Hopefully, the need for the situation should never arise for you as Ola has finally begun setting up its ambitiously extensive Hypercharging network of fast chargers. At the time of recording this video, we only found two Hyperchargers stations in Pune with one of them appearing offline. Two more are in the pipeline and all of them are currently at BPCL fuel stations. 

More Customisation

Tired of looking at the same dash graphics? MoveOS 3 brings two more screen layouts that Ola calls Moods. Eclipse is the stock one, Vintage and Bolt are the new additions. Each one gets its own dedicated dark mode that can be kept on always or when the sun. They also get a unique engineered motor sound that is bellowed from the speakers. Head over to our video review on Youtube to hear each one of them.

I loved the screen graphics in Bolt with the dark theme activated. I am not a fan of the sounds as they feel too engineered and not quite authentic. My bigger complaint is that these sounds are throttle position based and not speed dependent. You could be at standstill and make it seem like you are at India Bike Week all over again, or you could be coasting at a reasonable pace with the only sound accompanying you being the same droning one that you get at idle. Hence, I just kept the sounds switched off.

There are still two Beta features that have gone active with MoveOS 3: Proximity Unlock and Hill Hold. In order to activate the former, you have to connect your smartphone to the scooter and follow the instructions on the app by moving around to sync the sensors. Once this process is completed, you could simply just walk away from the scooter to lock it down and just approach it to unlock and ride away. 

While it sounds simple, there are still a few bugs that need to be ironed out. While the locking process worked always, the unlocking process wasn’t always as smooth. Not only during the time of the shoot but also when I was using it for a couple of days as a daily runabout, the system worked only half the time.

Finally, Hill Hold is one feature that does make it easier to manage the scooter on steep inclines. Prior to activating the feature, you must first calibrate it by going to a flat road, toggling on Hill Hold in the settings menu, turning on the motor and pressing the brakes for three to four seconds. Later, when you do arrive on an incline, press the brakes till the hill hold prompt appears on the dash and only then let go of the brakes. The Ola S1 Pro will remain locked for a minute after which the system will warn you that it is getting deactivated. In order to kill the hill hold, you can either tap the brake or simply roll away.

There are a few more nifty features that are pretty self explanatory, which you can read more about in this story.

Much Better

There’s no mincing it, with the MoveOS3 updates, the Ola S1 Pro is a much better scooter than the one we rode before. Not only is it more peppy in all riding modes but also more manageable and customisable. However, if the engineers were to iron out the throttle calibration issues that still persist and somehow make that Eco mode usable, then it would be an even better package. So, as it stands, it is definitely worthy enough for you to enjoy Party mode.

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Shameer
Shameer (Verified User)

I am run only 700 kilometer

I am run only 700 kilometer i need mor time for proper review ( presently showing daily air leakage

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Aju
Aju (Verified User)

Ola is good bike scooter

Ola is good bike scooter in great work human life

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Best electric bike till datebest for daily drivers

(19 Jul 2024) 0
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Mohit
Mohit (Verified User)
Owned

This is very good option

4.2

This is very good option for city ride.If you are student and plan to buy scooty for college use then definately this is for you.

Mohit's S1 Pro gives mileage of 152 kmpl
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Ola S1 Pro Riding Range

The range of Ola S1 Pro is 195 Km/Charge. This is the ARAI mileage for all the variants of S1 Pro.

Questions & Answers on S1 Pro

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Q. How many variants are available in OLA S1 Pro?
  • The Ola S1 Pro is available in a single variant.
Q. What is the range of OLA S1 Pro?
  • The range of Ola S1 Pro is 195 Km/Charge. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of S1 Pro.
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Q. What is the Eco mode range of OLA S1 Pro?
  • The Ola S1 Pro has range of 170 km/charge on ECO mode.
  • The Eco mode range of OLA S1 Pro is 170 km/charge.
Q. What type of alloy is used in OLA S1 Pro?
  • Ola S1 Pro has Tubeless Tyre and Aluminium Alloy Wheels.
Q. What is the battery capacity of OLA S1 Pro?
  • The battery capacity of the Ola S1 Pro is 4 Kwh.
Q. What is the weight of OLA S1 Pro?
  • The weight of Ola S1 Pro is 125 kg.

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Ola S1 Pro FAQs

What is the price of Ola S1 Pro in 2024?

The 2024 ex-showroom price of Ola S1 Pro is 1.29 Lakh.

What is the mileage of Ola S1 Pro in 2024?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Ola S1 Pro is 195 Km/Charge.

Does the Ola S1 Pro have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in Ola S1 Pro.

Which is better Ola S1 Pro or Ather 450X?

Ather 450X Price starts at Rs. 1.42 Lakh which is Rs. 12,647 costlier than base model of Ola S1 Pro priced at Rs. 1.29 Lakh. Compare Ola S1 Pro vs Ather 450X on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Ola S1 Pro in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Ola S1 Pro in Delhi is Rs. 3,745 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Ola S1 Pro?

Ola S1 Pro is available in 5 colour : Steller Blue, Midnight Blue, Mat White, Jetblack and Amethyst. View colour images of S1 Pro.

What is the top speed of Ola S1 Pro?

The maximum speed of Ola S1 Pro is 120 km/Hr

What is the kerb weight of Ola S1 Pro?

The kerb weight of Ola S1 Pro is 116 Kg.

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