Ola Electric Scooter receives a huge pre-booking with over a lakh booked on day-1

Ola Electric has received over 1 lakh reservations for its first ever electric scooter in less than 24 hours since pre-bookings opened yesterday which is a record of sorts. Interested buyers of the electric scooter can log on to the company website and book the scooter for only ₹ 499. Also the entire booking amount if fully refundable. We expect the Ola Electric Scooter to be launched real soon.

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Bhavish Aggarwal, Chairman and Group CEO, Ola said “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. This is a huge step forward in our mission to transition the world to sustainable mobility. I thank all the consumers who have booked the Ola Scooter and have joined the EV revolution. This is only the beginning!”

As per Ola those customers, who have pre-reserved the Ola electric scooter by booking it will be getting first priority when they start the deliveries soon. From what we know the  Ola electric scooter is likely to come with a range of 100-150 km and will also come with a host of features that include removable Lithium-ion battery, digital instrument console, cloud connectivity, alloy wheels, telescopic suspension up front and much more.

Ola had released a video earlier which showed the electric scooter to have large under-seat storage space, quick acceleration and also best in segment range. We would know all of the exact details and specifications on this scooter real soon. Ola has its Electric’s plant in Tamil Nadu where it will be manufacturing the electric scooter. This Ola manufacturing unit meets Industry 4.0 standards and also will have a installed capacity of 10 million electric scooters per annum. The capacity will stand at two million units per year in Phase 1. The plant will have 10 general assembly lines and will be able to roll out a scooter every two seconds, and 25,000 batteries per day.