Ola Electric Scooters managed to make sales worth over Rs. 1,100 Crores during September 15 to 16. Major portion of the sale is due to the S1 and S1 Pro models. Ola claims to have sold four scooters every second on September 15. Ola is planning the second purchase window starting November 1 during the festive season, till then new bookings are deferred after their website ran into technical difficulties.
Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal on September 13 announced that its newly built Ola Electric factory for manufacturing electric scooters in Tamil Nadu will entirely be run by women. He also said that there would be 10,000+ women and they'd also be responsible for every manufactured vehicle at Ola Futurefactory. ''Aatmnirbhar Bharat requires Aatmanirbhar women! It'll be the largest all-women factory in the world!,'' wrote Aggarwal on Twitter… read-more
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Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has confirmed the launch of the Ola Electric scooter in India on the occasion of Independence Day that is August 15, 2021. Meanwhile, he wrote on Twitter, ''Thank all who've reserved our scooter!'' Reportedly, the scooter carries the highest capacity of 3.6 kWh battery and one can travel up to 180-190 kilometres. Besides, the scooter comes in 10 colours, priced at around Rs 1 lakh.
Bengaluru-based Indian company Ola is set to make its entry into the used car retailing business, naming it ''Ola Cars''. Reportedly, the business is likely to start by August from Bengaluru and will take on companies like Spinny and CarDekho. Under this business model, the companies buy second-hand cars, renovate them and sell them. Besides, Ola's electric scooter is already in the market.
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Indian multinational ride-sharing company OLA has reached 1 lakh bookings for its upcoming "electric scooter" and is planning to home deliver its product across India. It also allows customers to directly purchase at just Rs 499 with no paper requirement. Reportedly, EVs are the future and Ola's e-scooter is a game-changing device. Ola scooters can charge up to 50% in just 18 minutes.
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Within 24 hours of its booking opened in India, nearly 1 Lakh people have registered for its upcoming scooter, said Ola on July 17. "I am thrilled by the tremendous response from customers across India for our first electric vehicle. The unprecedented demand is a clear indicator of shifting consumer preferences to EVs," said Ola Bhavish Aggarwal, Chairman. However, the price and the features are yet to be revealed.
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Ola chief Bhavish Aggarwal took to Twitter to announce that the bookings for Ola Electric Scooter are made open from July 15. The booking is available on olaelectric.com for a fee of Rs 499. The company claims that the scooter offers a 75 km journey after getting it 50% charged. Furthermore, it offers a decent boot space, a keyless experience through an app, a twin headlamp… read-more
As per sources, The Ola Electric scooter facility is almost ready, and the first phase of the project is almost finished. The CEO and Chairman of Ola Group Bhavish Aggarwal, posted a video of the planned facility in Tamil Nadu, which appears to be ready to manufacture the next electric scooter any day now. Once the assembly line is up and running, it is expected to be capable of manufacturing two million units per year.
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Cab service provider Ola's social hand Ola Foundation, in association with online donation platform GiveIndia, will provide free oxygen concentrators to COVID-19 patients. The company on May 10 stated that the patients can book the concentrator from Ola's app and they will deliver it to patient's doorstep. Initially starting with 500 concentrators from Bangalore, the ‘O2ForIndia initiative’ will be extended to other cities with 10,000 more… read-more
Ola has sustainably begun constructing the world's largest two-wheeler production facility on its Tamil Nadu-based 500-acre site. Following a Rs 2400 crore-worth MoU with the state government in December, the company will operationalise its facility in the coming months. Powered by Ola's own proprietary AI Engine, the mega-factory supports an introductory capacity of 2 million units/year, besides serving as a global manufacturing centre for… read-more
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