- Ola Electric’s Hyperchargers will be fit for charging e-bike batteries from 0 – half in 18 minutes.
- Ola Electric is good to start test rides of its S1 and S1 Pro electric bikes after Diwali.
- The carry out of the primary Hypercharger comes only days before the start of the test rides for the Ola Electric S1 and S1 Pro bikes.
The EV organization’s CEO Bhavish Aggarwal took to Twitter to share the pictures of a Yellow S1 e-bike being charged by its Hypercharger.
In his Twitter post, Aggarwal stated, “The main @OlaElectric Hypercharger goes live… energizing my S1 after the morning trip.”
The organization had previously declared that it would set up charging support for its clients under its ‘Hypercharger’ arrangement introduced in more than 100,000 areas/touchpoints across 400 Indian urban communities.
Ola Electric’s Hyperchargers will be fit for charging e-bike batteries from 0 – half in only 18 minutes, making it fit for a half cycle scope of 75 km.
The organization’s site drills down a city-wise arrangement of charging network areas, and most of Tier I and Tier II urban communities would be covered under its charging organization. The Hypercharger stations will get a staggered design to help a few clients all the while.
The carry out of the primary Hypercharger comes only days before the start of the test rides for the Ola Electric S1 and S1 Pro bikes, the two of which were dispatched on August 15. The organization intends to start conveyances of the e-bikes from the following month too.
The Ola S1 has been valued at ₹1 lakh (ex-display area), and it has an asserted scope of around 120 km on a single charge. It is accessible in 10 shading choices and sources power from an 8.5 kW electric engine combined with a 3.97 kWh battery pack.
On the other hand, the S1 Pro electric bike accompanies more scope of 180 km on a single charge and has been valued at ₹1.30 lakh because of its bigger hitter pack. Moreover, it accompanies a maximum velocity of 115 kmph.