After several delays, Ola Electric has finally started offering its S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters to the customers. However, the company is running into a lot of issues, including the delivery of sub-standard products and more. Now, according to a report from Hindustan Times Auto, the delivered electric scooter is missing some features including cruise control, hill hold, navigation assist and hyper mode.
According to the report, Ola Electric will add all these missing features to the electric scooter with a software update. The company has stated ht auto That software update will take six months to be released and will start rolling out around June.
BGR India We had reported on this matter earlier as well, you can read our report here.
“So features like cruise control, hill hold, navigation etc are coming in the next few months till June. That is what we are going to deliver and it is not just about those features,” said Varun Dubey, Chief Marketing Officer, Ola Electric ht auto, “As consumers continue to use scooters and stick with scooters, we will learn and we will continue to add more and more features that consumers will continue to get,” he added.
This means that owners who have got the Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro delivered will have to use their scooter without these features for the next six months.
The company had announced in September 2021 that the software for the scooter would be rolled out in phases over 2022. Along with that, it seems that it will take some time for the company to roll out many features which it had promised while announcing. Scooter
Another issue being raised by the customers is the discrepancy in the range of Ola S1 Pro. speaking about ht autoDubey clarifies that the 181 km range of the Ola S1 Pro is a certified range by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) based on ideal conditions, but when it comes to the real-world range, the electric scooter offers around 135 kms. could. km distance only.
Buyers after Ola S1, S1 Pro won’t get promised features for next 6 months: Report first appeared on BGR India.