With the help of this factory, 2000 people will get work, then after working completely, 10,000 people will be able to work in it. While the workers are working many hours daily to make it.
Ola Biggest Factory India
Ola Electric is going to enter the electric mobility sector by the end of this year. In such a situation, the company is building the world’s largest scooter factory in India. Construction work is in full swing, where Youngsung Kim, Global Sales and Distribution Head, Ola Electric also shared a picture of it. He shared a picture of this on his Instagram handle.
The entire construction work is going on at Krishnagiri District in Bargur, Tamil Nadu. Please tell that before this, Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal also reached here. Ola factory is being built with an investment of Rs. 2400 crores. The manufacturer has announced that the operation of the first phase will be ready within the next few months.
With the help of this factory, 2000 people will get work, then after working completely, 10,000 people will be able to work in it. While the workers are working many hours daily to make it. The fully operational plant will build 10 million electric scooters in a year. At the same time, this figure will be 2 million in the first phase. The plant will have 10 assembly lines where a scooter and 25,000 batteries will be made every two seconds.
Made in India scooters will be exported to Europe, UK, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. This Scooty will give a tough competition to Bajaj Chetak, Ather 450X, TVS iQube directly as soon as it comes in the market. Ola has already leaked many pictures about this scooter.
The special feature of the scooter will be that it will be based on the removal battery. In this, you will find LED lighting, alloy wheels, telescopic front forks, digital instrument console and other features. PMS motor will be used in the model. At the same time, it will cover a distance of 150 km on a single charge. In this, you will also get cloud connectivity and fast charge facility. The company is planning to install 100,000 charging points in 400 cities.
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