“Took this beauty for a spin! Goes 0-60 faster than you can read this tweet! Ready or not, a revolution is coming,” Aggarwal
tweeted, indicating that the launch of the electric vehicle is around the corner. The video boasted of the handling and comfort offering the vehicle but conveniently left out the specification that matters the most for EVs — range.
The Ola electric scooter in the video was in black. Aggarwal has invited suggestions for more colour options,
as we reported earlier.
The video comes nearly a week after Aggarwal
said the first phase of Ola’s Futurefactory, where the electric scooter is being manufactured, is nearing completion.
“In just four months, this place has transformed from acres of empty rock land to the world’s largest 2W factory. The Ola Futurefactory Phase 1 is nearing completion! The scooters are coming soon! Great work by team @OlaElectric,” Aggarwal tweeted, sharing a photo of him at the factory site near Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu.
Ola, which is primarily into the ride-hailing business, will offer charging solutions for its vehicles under the Ola Hypercharger Network. The company wants to set up over 5,000 charging points across 100 cities in India. “The Ola scooter can be charged 50% in just 18 minutes for a 75 km range, providing superior range confidence,” according to a statement earlier this year.
When launched, the Ola electric scooter will go up against Hero MotoCorp-backed Ather Energy 450X and Bajaj Chetak, both of which are priced above Rs 1 lakh each with a range of up to 100 km.