- Ola Electric had brought $200 million up in September this year to speed up its arrangements to foster electric cruisers and vehicles.
- Ola Electric is presently offering test drives for its first battery-fueled S1 bike across urban communities like Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Ahmedabad.
Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has affirmed that the taxi aggregator-turned electric vehicle startup will begin creating electric cruisers and less expensive electric bikes from the following year.
Aggarwal had before referenced in a blog entry that the organization intends to grow its EV range from just e-bikes to e-bicycles and e-vehicles.
He took to Twitter to affirm the events for the organization’s attention on electric bicycles and less expensive e-bikes.
While retweeting a news post by Electrek about creating electric bikes and less expensive electric bikes, Aggarwal expressed, “Yes, one year from now.”
In September, Ola Electric had raised $200 million to speed up its arrangements to foster electric cruisers and vehicles.
Aggarwal had tweeted that the raised money is a piece of the EV startup’s arrangements to quick track its ‘Main goal Electric: No petroleum 2W in India after 2025′. As a result, the organization imagines that there won’t be any petroleum-fueled bikes running on the back roads’ by mid-decade.
The EV startup had dispatched its first battery-fueled bike – Ola S1/S1 Pro – in August this year. The model is now being presented for test drives across urban communities like Delhi, Bengaluru Kolkata and Ahmedabad.
The test rides have been organized so numerous who have held a unit can investigate the item and its presentation before finishing the buy interaction. The organization intends to start the first bunch of conveyances before long the test rides are finished. However, a particular date isn’t yet accessible.
The organization had initiated the primary deal cycle of its electric bike in September, while the new buy window will be started on December 16 as Ola is presently ‘occupied with satisfying existing requests’ that it has gotten so far in a ‘phenomenal interest’ for its bikes.
The Ola Electric bike is accessible in two trims – S1 and S1 Pro. Ola S1 has been estimated at ₹one lakh and gets an asserted scope of around 120 km on a single charge, while S1 Pro has been evaluated at ₹1.30 lakh and gets a guaranteed gone of 180 km on a single charge.
The cost of the e-bike is ex-display area and will differ from one state to another contingent upon sponsorships on offer.