Ola Electric, one of India’s leading electric two-wheeler manufacturers, has recently patented a removable battery. This means that the company is likely to launch a new electric scooter model with a removable or swappable battery in the coming days. This is good news for those who want to save time on charging their electric scooter. With Ola’s removable or swappable battery, charging an electric scooter model will become much easier. In the future, Ola Electric may create swappable battery charging stations across India.

Currently, Ola Electric’s electric scooter faces many challenges in terms of charging. Due to the fixed battery pack in the scooter, finding a charging station or plug point can be difficult. Many times, charging points are not located near the scooter, and one has to use long cables or take the electric scooter to a charging plug point. Removable batteries will solve these problems. One can easily remove the battery and charge it at home or in the office, saving time.

In the Indian electric two-wheeler segment, the Vida V1 is currently the only electric scooter with a removable battery. However, Bounce has also launched its electric scooter with a removable battery. Ola Electric will now join these manufacturers by offering a removable battery option in its upcoming electric scooter. Other electric scooter manufacturers such as TVS, Bajaj, and Ather, however, are offering fixed battery packs in their electric scooters.

Currently, Ola Electric’s portfolio includes three electric scooter models: S1X, S1 AIR, and S1 PRO, which are available in different battery pack variants. The cheapest electric scooter in Ola’s portfolio is priced at INR 70,000. Ola Electric has been introducing new electric scooter models with innovative features to capture the Indian electric two-wheeler market. With the introduction of removable batteries, Ola Electric is likely to attract more consumers who want a hassle-free charging experience.

Serving "जहाँ Indian वहाँ India" Since 2014. I Started News Desk in Early Days of India Internet Revolution and 4G. I write About India for Indians.

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