New, affordable Ola S1 electric scooter launch in India on Diwali, price below Rs 80,000: Report

Ola Electric, one of the top-selling electric scooter makers in India, may be bringing a new, more affordable variant to India. According to a tweet from Ola CEO and a report quoting sources, Ola Electric could launch a new electric scooter in India on Diwali. In a recent tweet, Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal hinted at … Read more

Another EV fire in India: 7-year-old dies after electric scooter’s battery explodes while charging

A seven-year-old boy has died after an electric scooter’s battery exploded at his home in Mumbai’s Vasai area. The electric scooter was charging at the boy’s house when the battery exploded. The 7-year-old reportedly sustained 70 percent burns and later succumbed to his injuries. The electric scooter was charging when its battery exploded at a … Read more

Ola electric car set to launch in 2024: 0-100 in 4 seconds, over 500 km range, and more teased

Ola car features Ola Electric has given us our first look at its upcoming electric car. The company is aiming to make a sleek, sports car-like design with an ergonomic design. This is because Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal believes cars in India today look “dull and boring.” You can check out the full announcement in … Read more

New Ola EV launch on August 15th: affordable scooter or Ola electric car?

Furthermore, Aggarwal mentioned that he would share more details about the brand’s “big future plans”. This could be a hint about the Ola Electric Car that is in active development. We should probably hear more about the car and its progress. Super excited to announce a new product this 15th August! Will also share more … Read more

Ola-Uber merger: Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal negates rumours |

‘Absolute rubbish’, says Ola Chief Bhavish Aggarwal CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has denied any merger rumours with Uber India that have surfaced in the recent past. Aggarwal invalidated the merger story that took flight via a report presented by the Economic Times and later taken up by Reuters and NDTV. He replied to a tweet by … Read more

EV fire in India: 1,441 Ola S1 Pro electric scooter units recalled

Ola says that the investigation of the Pune incident is ongoing, and a preliminary assessment has found that Ola S1 Pro catching fire was an isolated case. However, as a precautionary measure, the company has recalled 1,441 S1 Pro units belonging to that specific batch for a detailed inspection.  Ola S1 Pro was burning into … Read more

Ola S1 Pro spotted with broken front-wheel suspension |

Whatever the reason would be, it’s not looking good for the Ola S1 Pro, which was introduced amidst much fanfare last year. The electric scooter is already battling software, fire, and a handful of other glitches. Most recently, it was reported that the Ola S1 Pro automatically went into reverse mode while the owner was … Read more

Why is Ola S1 Pro catching fire? Government wants explanation from Ola

The government also ordered a probe last month following the incident. Giridhar Aramane, Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, told PTI, “If required, the government may call Ola Electric to explain the incident.” The Pune incident is not the only thing that happens with the Ola S1 Pro. The EV was also seen running … Read more

Watch: Ola S1 Pro electric scooter runs in reverse mode at 90kmph due to software glitch

Ola S1 Pro e-scooter runs in reverse The Ola S1 Pro features a reverse mode, which if engaged, can make the scooter run in reverse. However, in these reported incidents, the scooter went into reverse without the mode being engaged in what appears to be a clear case of a software glitch. Many of the … Read more

Ola S1 Pro price in India set to increase from Rs 1,29,999 soon |

Thanks to all who’ve purchased S1 Pro already and special thanks to those who’ve bought their 2nd or 3rd S1 Pro! Last chance to get it for 129,999. We’ll be raising prices in the next window. This window ends 18th midnight!😊 Buy now, only on the Ola app! — Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) March 17, … Read more