Ola electric has recently released official pictures of its new electric scooters.
The company has been working with vehicle and battery manufacturers, cities, driver-partners, and the mobility ecosystem to make electric mobility convenient, dependable, and affordable.
The scooters will be manufactured at the 500-acre production facility in Tamil Nadu. The brand aims to establish the world’s largest electric two-wheeler facility in the southern state in the Krishnagiri district and will roll out two million units per year catering to the domestic needs as well as in Asia, Europe and South America.
The plant will reportedly have a capacity of 10 million units by 2022. In fact, at its full capacity flow, they will be pushing out one scooter every few seconds.
Ola has amped up its efforts to work in the zero-emission space after buying the Dutch-based Etergo BV mid last year and its first scooter will be based on the Etergo AppScooter. Etegro is a lightweight electric scooter manufacturing company.
The Ola Etegro scooter will be quite similar to the Etergo AppScooter and it will more likely have swappable high energy density batteries delivering a maximum range of around 240 km. It could accelerate from zero to 45 kmph in just 3.9 seconds. The Ola electric scooter is expected to have a TFT instrument cluster that will enable 4G support, Bluetooth, WiFi, navigation, OTR updates, Find My Scooter, etc.
The launch of the new scooter is expected to happen within the second half of 2021.