One of the biggest ride-sharing startups in the world, Ola was established in 2011 by Bhavish Aggarwal and Ankit Bhati. Ola integrates city transportation for users and providers onto a mobile technology platform to guarantee practical, open, and efficient service delivery. Ola is committed to utilizing the best available technology and developing cutting-edge, globally applicable solutions from the bottom up.
On August 15th, Ola Electric is anticipated to introduce its first electric vehicle in India. Bhavish Aggarwal, the company’s founder, and CEO used Twitter to tease the debut of a new product on the nation’s 75th Independence Day. Although he withheld the product’s name, it is predicted that the business would introduce its first electric car to the nation on 15th of August. For some time now, Ola Electric has been teasing its electric four-wheeler.
The corporation will also reveal its “huge” future ambitions at the occasion. “I’m thrilled to announce a brand-new product on August 15th! We Will also discuss our ‘huge’ plans in greater detail!” Bhavish Aggarwal stated on Twitter. Aggarwal mentions in the tweet that viewers would be able to watch the inaugural event live online. Soon, the broadcast’s time and link will be made public.
Ola Electric has previously surprised with a sneak peek of its future electric four-wheeler. During Ola Customer Day at the Ola FutureFactory in June of this year, the firm teased the device for the first time. A teaser video for the similar vehicle, posted by Ola Electric, features modern LED DRLs with red undertones. The car’s front and back designs, which include the Ola logo on both sides, were also shown in the video.
It’s most likely that Ola’s first electric vehicle will be a low-slung, broad vehicle with a coupe-like roofline. The future vehicle, teased as the “sportiest car ever,” is said to be a 4-door sedan with a lengthy battery set.
According to reports, Ola Electric is trying to buy 1,000 acres of property for its EV four-wheeler manufacturing. It is approximately twice the size of its present FutureFactory, where the S1 Pro electric scooters are produced. The company presently sells the Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro electric scooters in India.