a media Report According to the Ministry of Heavy Industries, the remaining part of the subsidy will be released on payment of refund to the customers who bought the charger of the company. The company has indicated that it will give refunds to customers who have paid between Rs 9,000 and Rs 19,000 on the purchase of a charger for the electric scooter. Earlier, the company had given this charger as an additional service. Its cost was not included in the price of the electric scooter. Customers were charged Rs 9,000 to Rs 19,000 for the smart fast charger. Ola Electric may have to pay a refund of around Rs 130 crore for this.
Ola Electric may add Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) to its S1 Pro electric scooter. It aims to make travel safer for two-wheeler riders. ADAS hardware and software will allow riders in the company’s electric scooters to get maps and other road information on a small screen. Recently, the company’s CEO, Bhavish Aggarwal shared a teaser in which the S1 Pro scooter is seen sporting a small screen with a speedometer on a metal stand. However, not much information has been given about it in the teaser. The screen seen in this teaser is similar to the mobile screen. This will allow riders to use the electric vehicle’s adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance and pedestrian detection features.
Last year, the company faced difficulties due to cases of some of its electric scooters catching fire. Apart from this, complaints were also made regarding the range and quality of Ola’s electric scooters. The company plans to launch some new electric two-wheelers. These could include a low-cost scooter, a premium motorcycle and a low-cost electric motorcycle.
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