OLA Electric Scooter is officially launched in India by OLA. In the starting phase, it is available only on a reservation basis.
On the very first day, OLA booked a record 1lakh plus electric scooter.
The company claims that the OLA’s future factory will be the world’s largest two-wheeler factory.
The OLA scooter can cover up to 75km in a quick 15 min charge which charges its battery up to 50%
The scooter features a sleek design body with LED headlights. It has ample under-seat storage that can easily accommodate two half-face helmets.
It equips with a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear.
Although no fixed dates have come yet, scoter might launch in Mid August.
The OLA’s largest two-wheeler factory is under construction in Tamil Nadu. The company claims that it takes an average of 2s to manufacture an OLA electric scooter.
With a capacity of around 10 million units per year, OLA’s future factory will be the world’s largest two-wheeler factory.
OLA has been setting up the world’s largest and densest two-wheeler charging network.
These charging stations will provide the rider with a worry-less riding experience.
These stations are named OLA hypercharge. These OLA hypercharge stations will be set up in 400 cities all around the country with 100,000 plus charging points. These stations can charge the electric scooter to drive a range of 75km in only 18min.
OLA also has an app that will connect with the electric scooter. This app will give every update regarding the charging status of the electric scooter, so you need not check it again and again.
To reserve the OLA electric scooter, the buyer has to pay a refundable amount of Rs 499.
In terms of competition, the OLA electric scooter will compete with TVS I Qube and Bajaj Chetak.