Bhavish Aggarwal, Ola Group CEO and chairman recently tweeted about a few features that the upcoming Ola electric scooter is likely to get. His tweet says that the Ola Electric scooter gets the best-in-class underseat stowage space along with keyless, app-based access. In addition, the Ola electric scooter is likely to get ‘category-leading’ long range charge’ as well. The Ola electric scooter is likely to get features like removable Lithium-ion battery, digital instrument console, cloud connectivity, alloy wheels, telescopic suspension up front and much more.
Got these crazy ads from the marketing team ????????♂️. Don’t know what they were thinking, hopeless fellows ????! Giving up on these guys. Can you all help me with some ideas, I have a launch coming up soon! @OlaElectric pic.twitter.com/fXw2ZNsdma
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) July 10, 2021
The plant is said to be built in a record time of four months and promises to be the most advanced ‘green’ factory once operations begin. The Ola future factory is being built with an investment of about ₹ 2,400 crore. The facility will be able to generate employment for over 2000 people initially, going up to 10,000 once fully operational. About 10 million man-hours have been planned to construct the facility.
The fully operational plant will meet Industry 4.0 standards will have an 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. The made-in-India scooters will be exported to Europe, UK, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, apart from being sold in India.