Ola Electric has created a tremendous buzz about its scooter and this electric scooter will be introduced by the end of this month.
Ola electric Scooter
Ola Electric has started the bookings for its upcoming electric scooter on Thursday. The booking of this electric scooter was started with a refundable amount of Rs 499, due to which people booked it fiercely and due to overloading, its website started getting errors. On Thursday evening, the company’s CEO Bhavish Aggarwal apologized on Twitter for the continuous problem in the website and said that some people had to face problems due to overloading.
Let us tell you that Ola Electric has created a tremendous buzz about its scooter and this electric scooter will be introduced at the end of this month. That is why the company started booking this scooter but many customers faced error message during booking, which they also complained on social media. After this, Bhavish Aggarwal apologized for the problem being faced in booking while posting a post on Twitter. He wrote, “We apologize to those who faced trouble in the beginning. We had not planned for such tremendous demand. Everything has been fixed now.”
For those who faced issues in the beginning, apologies! We didn’t anticipate the crazy demand and didn’t plan enough scalability of the website😮 All fixed now 👍🏼
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) July 15, 2021
The Ola Electric scooter will be manufactured at the company’s Tamil Nadu facility. This facility is being said to be the world’s largest electric two-wheeler facility and a total of 10 million vehicles will be produced in it annually. Initially, it will meet the domestic demand and later from here it will be sent to Latin America, UK, New Zealand etc. Ola’s Future Factory is being built with an investment of about Rs 2400 crore.
Initially, more than 2 thousand people will get jobs in this facility. At the same time, up to 10,000 people will be appointed when fully started. It will have 10 simple assembly lines and will be able to roll out a scooter every two seconds and 25,000 batteries per day. Ola Electric will compete with Hero Electric, TVS, Bajaj, Ather Energy, Okinawa and other companies. If the company is to be believed, Ola’s electric scooter will give a range of 150 km in a single charge and will come with fast charging support. Along with this, you will also get the benefit of incentives given by the state governments.
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