In just 4 months, this place has transformed from acres of empty rock land to the world’s largest 2W factory. The Ola Future factory Phase 1 is nearing completion! The scooters are coming soon! Great work by team @OlaElectric after this tweet the whole electric vehicle industry especially the electric scooter industry in India changed fully.
Ola electric scooter is getting tremendous support from Indian customers. Actually, as soon as Ola Electric started its booking, it got 1 lakh bookings within 24 hours.
How to book Ola Electric Scooter?
Ola has started the booking for its brand new electric scooter. You can reserve it through the company’s official website “www.olaelectric.com“. For this, the customer shall pay merely a token of Rs 499. This payment is completely refundable. After the reservation has been started, it is thought that this electric scooter can be launched on the Indian market in the next few weeks.
Ola electric will be the next market disruptor in the Indian scooter industry. In this range, the main rival models are Ather 450X and TVS iQube Bajaj chetak. Ola Electric upcoming factory in Bangalore that will be the world’s largest two-wheeler production facility according to OLA electric Mobility.
What’s special about Ola Electric Scooter?
The company’s group CEO Mr. Bhavish Aggarwal recently shared a picture of the mega Electric Scooter factory on Twitter and confirmed that the first phase of construction is near to finish. There are some other exciting announcements are coming for Ola electric mobility that for its electric scooter.
The company had announced their plan to reveal its Supercharger network all over India. It will be the world’s largest electric two-wheeler charging network with over 1 lakh charging points spread across 400 Indian cities. In just 18 minutes the upcoming Ola e-scooter Model would be good enough for a 50 percent charge that will give around 75 km range.
In a single charge, the Ola e-scooter can provide a 150 Km of range. With the recently announced revisions in the FAME II, scheme Ola electric scooter will get this benefit also. According to the news the upcoming Ola electric scooter is expected to be priced in India at close to Rs 1 lakh.
The users of Ather & Chetak scooters would be stuck with their batteries while Ola scooters will be able to swap the battery with completely charged batteries. Ola Scooter is a tsunami which is going to destroy a lot of 2 & 3 wheelers.
In this current scenario many companies are coming with their electric models, obviously benefiting the customers. Now let’s see how other companies are coming with their models.
Ola isn’t just going to be another seller of eScooter. Ola will use these Scooters to take passengers from metro stations, railway stations and bus stops to their homes as Last Mile Connectivity Taxis.
There is no doubt that Ola eScooters are the killers of a whole industry class. It will be an industry killer for Autorickshaw. The petrol-2-wheeler business will also get affected badly.
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For just Rupees 5, or Rupees 10 or Rupees 20 every ride, Ola will be using e Scooters as Scooter- Taxis. This is a thousand or two thousand rupees every day for the owner.
In certain regions, those riders are going to carry more than 1 passenger. Longer journeys are quicker than cars and cabs and therefore more rides to reach the destination. For both customers and riders, this is a good option.
Many individuals don’t know what a bike or scooter taxi is. A taxi on 2 wheels is Bike-Taxi. In certain nations, it is a licenced type of transport. Usually, one person carries a bike taxi. The scooter or bike rider also has an extra passenger helmet. The app is available for booking just like a cab like Uber, Ola, etc.
Since 2016, Ola has been testing its Bike-Taxis in Gurgaon, Faridabad and Jaipur as the last kilometre mobility solution and today operates in 200 municipalities and cities. Many bicycle taxis already operate in India, including Rapido, Baxi, Jugnoo, UberMoto and Ola Bikes.