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Ola S1 Pro Electric Scooter Burned In Pune, Company Launches Investigation

Although the cause of the incident remains unclear, Ola Electric is actively investigating what may have caused the fire.

The blue Ola S1 Pro caught fire spontaneously in Pune.

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The blue Ola S1 Pro caught fire spontaneously in Pune.

The Ola S1 Pro electric scooter was detected on fire in a vehicle that looked like a registered vehicle in Pune. The video of the incident is now spreading on social media with the blue electric scooter on fire when parked on the side of the road. The video started with smoke coming out from under the body but the scooter caught fire and soon engulfed the entire vehicle. Ola said he had contacted the customer and the person was “absolutely safe.”


Ola S1 Pro started smoking before burning

Acknowledging the incident, Ola Electric issued a statement that read, “We are aware of the incident in Pune that happened with one of our scooters and are investigating to understand the cause and will share more updates in the next few days. We are in constant touch with customers. which is completely safe. Vehicle safety is very important at Ola and we are committed to the highest quality standards in our products. We take this incident seriously and will take appropriate action and share more in the coming days. “


After starting to smoke, the electric scooter caught fire spontaneously.

No information yet on the cause of the incident with the Ola S1 Pro. The issue though may be from the battery overheating but all this remains a conjecture until the manufacturer releases complete details on the cause of the crash. That being said, a burning electric scooter is not a completely new issue and there have been such cases in the past with other such offerings. In some cases, the electric scooter caught fire while charging. We would like to comment that the exact cause of the incident is unknown at this time.

The Ola S1 Pro gets a fixed 3.97 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The scooter promises a distance of 181 km with a single charge and a top speed of 115 kmph. This model costs ₹ 1.30 lakh (former showroom, after FAME Subsidy II). Ola recently opened its new purchase window on March 17, 2022.

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The latest incident is another blow to Ola Electric, which has not only faced customer outrage but has so far failed to receive any positive reviews of its products. Ola Electric didn’t invite a carandbike to the first media rides of the S1 Pro electric scooter, so we have no way of commenting on the product. In fact, the S1 and S1 Pro are also eligible to be nominated for the 2022 carandbike Awards, but Ola Electric did not send any test units for the two -wheeled jury meeting.

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