Those who have reserved the Ola S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters may have to stay a little longer for their new lift. Due to a global semiconductor chip deficit, the delivery of Ola Electric's S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters has reportedly been delayed by two weeks to a month. The electric vehicle manufacturer had planned to start customer deliveries latterly this month, but that has now been put back to medial to late December.
Ola S1 and S1 Pro Deliveries Delayed
Ola Electric introduced its electric two-wheeled scooters, the Ola S1 and S1 Pro, to the Indian request many months agone. The pot had stated at the time that delivery would commence in October, still, the delivery dates have been held up.
Before, the first set of deliveries were listed for October 25 to November 25, will now most likely do between December 15 and December 30. The pot claims that the detention is due to a failure of chips and specialized factors. According to reports, the business has halted new bookings until the chip deficit has subsided.
Guests who had reserved scooter units entered a dispatch from the brand, claiming that the delivery detention was ineluctable. In a letter to consumers, it apologised and stated that manufacturing is being increased in order to give scooters to guests as soon as possible.
According to the company’s claim, the Ola S1 has a range of 121 kilometres, while the Pro model has a range of 181 kilometres. The range of Ola scooters is advanced than the other electric two-wheelers on the request in India. Ola will supply a movable 750W bowl and is establishing a 'Hyper charger' network across the country, which will allow druggies to recoup 75 kilometres of range in just 15 twinkles.
The Ola S1 costs Rs, while the enhanced Ola S1 Pro costs Rs. The bookings began on September 15, and the company reported deals of 600 crores on the first day, rising to crores on the alternate. The company is formerly planting its S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters on test lifts across the country, with the thing of covering metropolises and municipalities by mid-December. It's being touted as the country's largest electric vehicle test drive programme. The feedback to the test lifts, according to the company, has been overwhelmingly positive.