Even before the launch, OLA's electric scooter captured the market, so many people booked in 24 hours

Ola’s ‘Hypercharger’ support will be available in 400 cities, there will be no problem in charging electric scooter

The customers of Ola Electric Scooter will not have to worry about charging their scooter and they can easily take advantage of this hypercharger setup of the company.

The OLA Electric Scooter is expected to have a range of 100-150 km.

The Ola electric scooter is going to be launched in India soon, although the launch date has not yet been confirmed by the company but the company has recently started booking it. So far no information has been received from the company as to when it will be sold in the Indian market.

Even though the launch date of this scooter has not been confirmed yet, but the information about this electric vehicle is continuously coming out. Now the company has announced that for this electric scooter in India, customers will have to install ‘Hypercharger’ setup at more than 100,000 stations or touchpoints in 400 cities. In this, customers of Tier I and Tier II Ola electric scooters will be able to take advantage of Ola’s vast network of hypercharging stations. According to the information, the information about the charging location will be available on the official website of the company.

Talking about the features and range of the Ola electric scooter, the company has already announced that it will charge from 0 to 50 percent in 18 minutes, which will give a range of up to 75 km. Along with this, this electric vehicle will get a range of 150 km in full charge. The company can offer this scooter with a home charger which can be charged by plugging it into the home socket.

Ola Electric will offer its customers smartphone connectivity in their scooters to monitor the charging status using the Ola Electric app. The electric scooter gets large in-class boot space, app-based keyless access, dual projector headlamps, a hook for carrying luggage, split-type rear grab handle, single-piece seat, external charging port, LED DRLs and taillight. could. This scooter will be offered in 10 colors including black, white, blue, red and pink.

The electric scooter is likely to be powered by 3 Kw and 6 Kw electric motors. It makes about 50 Nm of peak torque and will have a top speed of 90 kmph. Recently, the company has started its booking for Rs 499 and its 1 lakh units have been booked in just 24 hours. The price of this scooter will be between Rs 1.2 lakh to Rs 1.4 lakh (ex-showroom).

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