The new Wave S1 comes to the Indian market as the update of one of the electric scooters with the most popularity in those latitudes, the S1. Yes, for a long time now, Wave Electric has been leading the way in the electric vehicle sector in India.
Now, after the preview of new models for this season that we already told you about, the company continues to demonstrate its ability to innovate and improve its electric scooter S1making it, above all, more effective.
This is the Ola S1 X 2024
Price always plays a crucial role in purchasing decisions anywhere in the world. And in India, of course, the same thing happens. For this reason, the new S1X maintains its attractive affordability. Priced at Rs 109,999, approximately 1,230 euroshe Wave S1 X 4 kWh offers excellent value for money.
Wave It claims to have a range of 190 km on a single charge, exceeding the 143 km of the previous 3 kWh variant. Regarding technology, the Wave S1 X 4 kWh It retains the same basic approach as its previous versions.
It reaches a maximum speed of 90 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 40 kilometers per hour in just 3.3 seconds. However, it lacks some interesting features. For example, it has a physical key and does not have connectivity with smartphones.
In synergy with this new model, Wave has announced that in addition to increasing the number of stations, it is improving its charging technology. Its new rapid chargers offer 75% faster charging than home chargers, offering 50 km of range in just 20 minutes. In addition, these new home fast chargers will be available in India for 29,999 rupees, approximately 336 euros.
Also, and as a novelty, Wave Electric is providing extra peace of mind to its customers with a robust extended battery warranty program. This standard warranty covers eight years or 80,000 km, whichever comes first. In addition, owners have the option to extend this warranty up to 100,000 km for around 56 euros or 125,000 km for 145 euros in exchange.
Now we only have one doubt left. When will this e-scooter arrive in Europe? Well although Wave Electric has plans to expand globally, details on which countries will be the first to receive it have not yet been revealed. We will be at the “quite”.