Ola Electric is currently offering special Holi discounts on the S1 and S1 Pro. CEO Bhavish Aggarwal also announced a Holi Edition for Ola S1. Only 5 units of the S1 Holi Edition will be produced by the automaker. Apart from the paint scheme, there will be no other changes on the limited edition of the electric scooter.
Due to popular demand, we will build 5 of these as a special Holi edition!
Comment with pic/video of how you celebrated holi with your S1 and best 5 will get one! pic.twitter.com/y2VEoMPUWT
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) March 9, 2023
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Ola Electric: Discounts and more
Buyers can avail a discount of Rs 3,000 on the 3kWh Ola S1. The electric scooter will cost Rs 1.08 lakh after the discount. The flagship S1 Pro is being offered with a discount of Rs 4,000, reducing the cost to Rs 1.26 lakh. Customers can also exchange their old petrol scooters for an exchange discount of up to Rs 45,000. On top of that, Ola is offering exclusive offers up to Rs 6,999 at physical dealerships. Community members can get 50% off on Ola Care+ along with extended warranties. All discounts and offers will expire after March 12.
Other than the festive discounts, Ola Electric also announced a special Holi Edition Ola S1 that sports a new paint scheme of blended colours, reminiscent of Holi. There are no other cosmetic or mechanical changes on the scooter. CEO Bhavish Aggarwal confirmed that Ola Electric will produce only 5 units of the Holi Edition S1.
In other news, Ola Electric recently added new variants to the S1 and S1 Air lineup. The Ola S1 receives a new variant with a 2kWh battery pack, priced at Rs 99,999. The Ola S1 Air lineup receives the maximum number of variants, given it seems to be the most popular among the Indian audience. The scooter was announced with a single battery pack option (2.5 kWh). Now, Ola Electric is offering the S1 Air in 2kWh, 3kWh, and 4kWh variants. Those who booked the 2.5kWh model will be upgraded to the 3kWh battery pack.
Ola also launched its latest MoveOS 3 at the tail end of last year. The company also teased its lineup of 5 electric motorbikes. So far it is unknown how many of those motorbikes will go into production. The Ola S1 rivals the likes of Hero Vida V1, Ather 450X, and TVS iQube.