Tremendous response to Ola’s electric scooter! You can also book one lakh bookings made on the first day for Rs. 499

Tremendous response to Ola’s electric scooter! You can also book one lakh bookings made on the first day for Rs. 499

New Delhi. Ola’s electric scooter has received a record 100,000 bookings within the first 24 hours of its online booking, making it the highest pre-booking scooter in the world. Ola Electric opened a reservation for its electric scooter on the evening of July 15. Ola scooter can be booked through in ₹499. The company is seeing unprecedented demand from customers who continue to visit the website to book scooters in record numbers.

“I am thrilled with the tremendous response of customers all over India for my first electric vehicle,” said Bhavish Agarwal, Ola Chairman and Group CEO. Unprecedented demand is a clear indicator of shifting consumer preferences to Ev. This is a huge step in our mission to take the world towards sustainable mobility. I thank all the consumers who have booked ola scooters and joined the EV revolution. This is just the beginning.

Booking price amount completely refundable 

Ola took to Twitter to announce the start of booking stake for Ola Electric Scooter and has priced the booking at Rs 499. The company says the amount is completely refundable. This can be done by visiting Ola Electric’s website, where interested users must first create an account and then reserve a scooter for themselves. So far, the company has not announced any specifications of the scooter, but as stated in his social media post, this is only the beginning. Expect more information about the delivery timeline and specifications of the scooter, including the upcoming range and charging time.

Followers asked in what color scooter they want

Recently, Ola Chairman and Group CEO Bhavish Agarwal posted a tweet showing ola electric scooter and asked his followers what different colours he wanted on the scooter. In the tweet, Agarwal encourages social media users to present color possibilities for Ola scooters, as shown in the preview photo, black colour is already being adopted. The first batch of scooters will be produced at Ola’s new plant in Tamil Nadu, which is currently under development. In another tweet, Bhavish shared an update on the progress of the Ola plant in Tamil Nadu. The firm has earlier said it will invest Rs 2,400 crore in this production unit




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