The Ola electric scooter will be available for sale in India from August 15. The Ola e-scooter is likely to have a 3.4kWh battery capacity which will make it eligible for FAME-II subsidy.
Ola Electric Scooter
Ola Electric is gearing up for the launch of its first battery-powered offering that will go on sale in the Indian market on August 15 at 2 PM. The launch will happen digitally in an online event. The company has also announced the pre-booking of the scooter which is currently open for a token amount of Rs 499. The cab aggregator-turned-EV maker has also claimed that its e-scooter is the first ever booked scooter in the world. Ola has announced to have received over 1 lakh bookings in just 24 hours from the first booking commencement.
Ola has revealed the features of its first electric scooter even before the launch. It is being said about the scooter that its range will be 150 km. At the same time, the seat storage will be 50 liters. In this you will also get many color options. The scooter will measure 1,860mm in length, 700mm in width and 1,155mm in terms of overall height. It will have a wheelbase of 1,345mm and will weigh just 74kg.
Scooters are coming on Sunday! 🛵
Our CEO @bhash said, let’s put out the price today! So, here goes..
— Ola Electric (@OlaElectric) August 13, 2021
The variant level and trim details are yet to be announced officially. But the scooter will be launched in three variant levels in which one will be named S1 Pro. The scooter is likely to house a 3.4kWh battery which will make it eligible for FAME-II subsidy. If the rumours are to be believed, the scooter will be capable of accelerating from 0 to 45 kmph in 4.5 seconds and will have a top speed of 100 kmph.
The price of the scooter will be announced on August 15. Its price is likely to be between 1.20 lakh to 1.30 lakh (ex-showroom). The Ola electric scooter is being manufactured at Ola Electric’s plant in Tamil Nadu, which meets industry 4.0 standard, which will have a capacity to manufacture 10 million electric scooters every year. The capacity in Phase 1 will be two million units every year. The plant will have 10 common assembly lines and will be able to roll out one scooter every two seconds and 25,000 batteries every day.
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