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Ola Electric Scooters launch expected in July 2021

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The launch of Ola Electric scooters can boost the two-wheeler EV space.

● Ola plans to revolutionise the two-wheeler market in India. ● July 2021 could well witness the launch of the upcoming Ola Electric scooter. ● ICE scooters have a formidable competitor in the Ola


Ola founder Bhavish Aggarwal’s tweet is an indication of something big to come in a few weeks. The tweet shows him atop the seemingly production-ready Ola Electric scooter with the headlines, "Ready or not. A revolution is coming." So, EV enthusiasts can expect a quick launch of the Ola Electric scooter somewhere in July this year.

Ola Electric Scooter – The specs

This electric two-wheeler draws its inspiration from the Etergo Appscooter, the Dutch entity acquired by Ola in 2020. Ola claims that it has modified its appearance and performance to suit Indian conditions by offering better technology. As a result, Ola plans to lead the segment. However, they are yet to reveal the exact specifications of this electric scooter. From its appearance, it seems to get a single telescopic front suspension, similar to the Etergo model. However, one can expect a minor tweak to suit Indian conditions and reduce costs. Other highlights include an ample boot space, and a sleek twin-pod LED headlamp encased in an LED strip.

Ola Electric Scooter – The expected launch

Ola has set up a brand new manufacturing unit in Hosur, Tamil Nadu, with an initial manufacturing capacity of 20 lakh scooters, sufficient to offer aggressive pricing and target the premium 125cc petrol-powered scooters.

Besides, Ola plans to create the world's largest charging network in India, with more than a lakh charging facilities in over 400 cities. The details are not yet out. Ola has also not revealed the exact pricing structure, but one can expect a grand launch in July, much bigger than what Bajaj, Ather, and TVS had so far.