What is this, now ADAS will come in Ola's scooter

Publish On 21/03/23, By Adminsahil

Ola Electric's eco-friendly offerings have taken the electric vehicle industry by storm, with CEO Bhavish Agarwal teasing the company's new ADAS technology.

This technology is believed to include Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), a feature that adjusts the vehicle's speed and steers while scanning for obstacles and motorists.

While ACC is common in four-wheelers, it's rarely seen in high-end two-wheelers, making the Ola S1's potential inclusion of the technology exciting.

However, with the S1 designed for congested urban roads and limited to a top speed of less than 40 km/h, the necessity of ACC may be questioned.

One interesting feature Ola could consider for the S1 is a camera for motovloggers to record their rides, similar to the popular dashcam feature.

Regardless of the S1's potential ACC inclusion, Ola Electric's innovation has already made waves with the S1 being the first e-scooter in India with cruise control.

The addition of ACC to the S1 would place it among high-end motorcycles like the Ducati Multistrada V4, BMW R 1250 RT, and KTM Super Adventure R.

Ola's commitment to innovation with electric vehicles is evident in its pursuit of new technology, and the potential for ACC is just one example.

As we wait for Agarwal's tech demo, we can't help but wonder if the April Fool's Day is the best day for a potential announcement.

Regardless of when the news comes out, Ola's push for innovation in the electric vehicle industry is sure to keep us on the edge of our