Ola Electric first scooter launch can be expected in the coming few weeks. The company’s CEO is surely warming up for the big day…
With the Government’s push and rising demand for electric vehicles, many makers – known and unknown, have joined this race. Though it is late, OLA is joining the party in style. Speaking of which the ride-sharing company seems to be all set to launch its first electric scooter.
Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of OLA, has been sending feelers about it. Recently, he shared a pic of the upcoming e-scooter on his Twitter handle. He was asking his followers what other colors they want apart from the black color?
Check out the Pictures of OLA Electric Scooter
Couple of days back, Bhavish also shared a picture of the upcoming FutureFactory. He says that his team has transformed acres of empty rock land into a large 2-wheeler factory. He also revealed that Ola FutureFactory Phase 1 is close to completion. That clears the way for the rollout of the company’s first product.
Ola’s electric scooter is based on the Etergo AppScooter and it can come with revolutionary range numbers. Of course, the two-wheeler will use a removable Li-ion battery exact figures of which are not known at this point.
It may also get a digital meter console, alloy wheels, USD forks along with other modern features like Bluetooth connectivity.
Time to order some paint! What color would you like on the Ola Scooter? Already got you covered for Black! What else? @OlaElectric pic.twitter.com/NXMftKJrrq— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) June 24, 2021
We are yet to have any official info about the pricing of the electric scooter by OLA but the company has already cleared that it will be ‘affordable’.
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Also, the mobility provider has plans for a Hypercharger Network. Speculated to be one of the largest charging networks, it will provide high-speed hyperchargers that will allow fast charging of EVs.
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Probably the biggest disrupter to the electric 2-wheeler industry is coming soon…