Ola is planning to set up a Global Design Center in Bengaluru for this electric car where along with designing the car, color, material and finish will also be worked on.
Ola Electric Car
Ola, the country’s leading cab service provider, has recently announced the launch of electric scooters, on which the company has also started work. But now news has come that the company is preparing to launch the electric car as well and it can be introduced soon.
According to reports, the company has started working on this electric car. Although officially no information has been given by the company yet. According to the report by Autocar, this car will be produced on the Born-Electric Steakboard Platform. It will be equipped with advanced features with futuristic design.
For this, Ola is planning to set up a Global Design Center in Bengaluru where along with designing the car, work will also be done on color, material and finish. According to the news, it will be a compact car and will come with an average driving range. At the same time, if you talk about the price, then the company can keep the price of this car low so that it can reach the common people. The company has already hired some Tata Motors designers for its electric passenger vehicle project.
Let us know that Ola has recently announced to set up the largest hyper charging network which will be used for the company’s upcoming electric scooters. It is expected that the company can also use this facility for charging its car. Apart from this, a domestic charging device can also be given to charge the car.
However, no information has been given about this car from the company so far. For information, tell the company is investing Rs 2,400 crore for the construction of the factory of electric two-wheeler division. For this, Ola is building a plant in Tamil Nadu, whose construction has started. According to the company, 2 million scooters will be produced in this plant every year.
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