Ola Electric kickstarts pre-bookings of its first electric scooter at ₹499
- Ola Scooter, the first electric vehicle from Ola, is now available for pre-booking.
- Interested buyers can book their
Ola Scooterby paying a refundable deposit of ₹499 on the company’s website.
- Ola Electric’s Bhavish Aggarwal says this is the first in a range of electric two-wheelers from the company.
Ola says that the customers who pre-book their scooter will get priority delivery. Those interested can head over to olaelectric.com to reserve their Ola Scooter now.
“India’s EV [electric vehicle] revolution begins today as we open reservations for our electric scooter, the first in our range of upcoming EVs. With its incredible performance, technology and design along with aggressive pricing, it will help accelerate the transition to sustainable mobility,” said Bhavish Aggarwal, the chairman and chief executive officer of Ola.
The opening of pre-bookings for the scooter comes close on the heels of Ola Electric raising $100 million (approx. ₹740 crore) in the form of debt from Bank of Baroda.
‘First in a range of electric two-wheelers’
The Ola Scooter won’t be the only electric scooter from the ride hailing giant – the company says this is just the first in a range of Ola electric two-wheelers.
It will be manufactured at the Ola FutureFactory in Tamil Nadu. The company says it is working to operationalise a capacity of 2 million vehicles, and intends to hit the full 10 million capacity by next year.
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