The Indian Army set out on an expedition to the Himalayas with the help of the Ola S1 Pro

A team of more than 20 officers from the Indian Army set off on an Ola S1 Pro electric scooter from Kasauli to the highlands of Shipki La.

A group of more than 20 Indian Army officers began riding Ela S1 Pro scooters from Kasauli to the highlands of Shipki-La in full EV. Bravehearts will ride for more than 5 days and end their journey in Kinnaur on June 8, 2022. The Surya Electric Scooter Expedition will take you on a journey that will take you to difficult places to conquer the best peaks through this much-talked-about electric scooter trip.

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More than 20 officers of the Indian Army and Ola Electric riders started EVs starting from Kasauli and ending with Shipki Lada in Kinnaur area.

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Walk to ensure the reliability of the cars

Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of Ola Electric, tweeted: “Today, proud Ola Scooters set off for the first EV of the Indian Army with the bravest hearts! The route, the company and the trip, I missed everything. ” It was also announced on the official Twitter account of the Surya Command – the rally from Kasauli to Shipki Laga on an electronic scooter called #IndianArmy #InStrideWithTheFuture was scheduled by GOC-in-C, #SuryaCommand. The Surya team, led by Captain V Rana, with 11 soldiers will cover the hard terrain from Kasauli, Karcham, Ropa to Shipki Laga (13,000 feet). Another tweet read – “Contributing to the vision of clean energy, the rally also builds the reliability of electric vehicles and the spirit of constant adventure.”

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The latest alliance between the Indian Army and the Ola S1 Pro comes at a time when the latter is focusing on questionable reliability and poor quality control. Several incidents of previous suspension failures and electronic defects reported in the last few weeks have caused some inconvenience to the product.

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During a recent visit, Indian Army officers saw an Ola S1 Pro electric scooter riding in some harsh climates and difficult terrain.

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Specifications of Ola S1 Pro

The Ola Electric scooter is equipped with a 3.97 kWh battery pack. It gets its juice from an 11.4 hp-58 Nm electric motor, which can deliver EV at a speed of 0-40 km / h in just 3 seconds. The declared distance of the electric scooter is 181 km. However, some users have already crossed the 200 km mark after updating the last operating system. The maximum speed of the scooter is 115 km / h, which comes with three modes of travel – Normal, Sport and Hyper. With the 750 W charger, the EV can be fully charged in about 6 hours and 30 minutes. With just 15 minutes of charging, you can travel up to 75 kilometers. The operating cost of this electric scooter is only 0.10 rupees per km according to the current electricity tariffs in Himachal Pradesh.

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