Ola Electric scooter

Ola Electric scooter India launch is scheduled for August 15.
Ola Electric scooter India launch is scheduled on 15th August 2021

Basic Details:

Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal on Tuesday announced the launch date of the company’s much-anticipated electric scooter in the Indian market. The Ola Electric scooter will make its official debut on August 15 which is also when its pricing structure is likely to be revealed. The bookings for the electric scooter were opened late July and the company cab aggregator-turned EV maker claims it has received an overwhelming response. Expect pricing to be somewhere around โ‚น1 lakh and state-level subsidies could bring it down further.

  • First launch schedule in India ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ on 15th Auug’21
  • This would be the company’s first product in the EV space.
  • Ola scooter is expected to be priced under โ‚น1
  • Range 150 – 200 KM compared to other electric scooters of 70-80
  • Battery consumption upto 75 km
  • Quick charging Infrastructure
  • Instrument cluster of Map navigation along with other details display
  • Remote control on & off
  • Direct-to-home sales model (Home delivery )
  • As of now, only Ola own booking  zones being arranged along with online booking option with no dealerships
  • Online pre-order booking with just Rs. 499/-
A revolution to save the Environment
Here are all the colour options to be made available on the upcoming Ola Electric scooter.
Total in 10 pleasant colors

Ola Electric will manufacture this scooter at its plant in Tamil Nadu (India). The factory is claimed to become the world’s largest facility for electric scooters with an eventual capacity of belting out 10 million units per annum. Ola plans to manufacture the scooter at its upcoming $330 million mega-factory which is claimed to be the world’s largest e-scooter plant. The facility will sport over 3,000 robots working alongside 10,000 workers.

Ola plans to manufacture the scooter at its upcoming $330 million mega-factory which is claimed to be the world's largest e-scooter plant. The facility will sport over 3,000 robots working alongside 10,000 workers.

Bookings for the upcoming Ola Electric scooter was opened for a refundable amount of โ‚น499 and through the company’s online channel. Within 24 hours of bookings being opened, more than one lakh orders had been placed.

And while Ola Electric has been promising class-leading features which include a top speed which could potentially be in three figures as well as a per-charge range of around 150 kilometres, there is also a whole lot of buzz around the upcoming facility which will roll out the units.

The launch of the electric scooter is expected to galvanize the EV space in the country, a space that is anyway being propelled by battery-powered two wheelers. Subsidies announced by various state governments are likely to make electric two-wheelers almost as affordable as petrol models. Intense rivalry will only go on to help customers make an informed choice.

Once launched, Ola Electric scooter will take on the likes of TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak Electric, Ather 450X, products from Okinawa and Hero Electric, among others.


42 thoughts on “Ola Electric scooter

    1. Yo my Queen you stting behind me in a sweet dream, my love for scootys. I was so crazy n used to drive even my cousin bro’s Honda CT100 n damaged my dad’s bike many a times in college days. Planning for this one but not so soon. Thanks for triggering my craziness with your sweet words. Loves ๐Ÿฅฐโคโค๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—

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      1. laughing yo โ€ฆ princess.. I would be terrified on the back but it looks like a blast minus the accidents!!! YIKEs. oh your dad and mom must have been terrified. My son drove one for awhile and I was always a wreck. It does look cool and like a great way to travel.. Makes sure to wear a helmet my love. ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–


  1. EVs are a neccessity now. The worid cannot afford the environment pollution the diesel and petrol vehicles are generating. Hope Ola delivers what it is promising. It is a challenge keeping the cost price reasonable and yet giving a long range . Charging remains another issue.
    Nice article Suma
    Stay blessed always

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    1. You are very right Krish, they are bringing this at the right time. Pros n cons always will be hopefully they does. Thank you very much your precise views ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ™


  2. It will be really a nice addition to EVs, the need of the hour. But the problem with Ola is that they have not yet come out specifications like wheel size. Price below one lac, but no exact amount. Delivery model is direct to home, but what about servicing if you need immediately after delivery? Test drive is out of question. Itโ€™s good that you have decided to wait for sometime.

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    1. Exactly Sir, specifications would be more helpful for buyers. Very valid point they no where mentioned about service centers. Hope they eill have them arranged too. Thanks for value add to it Sir ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ™

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  3. A very good news for me๐Ÿค—
    Iโ€™m not able buy an electric scooter right now because itโ€™s not needed for me. But I will definitely buy the shares of electric vehicle in the stock market for my bright future ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…

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    1. Great Idea, let me know if you are good in share marketing. I am just thinking from so long to invest but lack of knowledge is holding me back. Of course if we buy scooter there’s no gain, if we buy shares it’s a gain this is called the right way of using the brain. Appriciated Bro…๐Ÿฅฐโค

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      1. I have invested lotโ€™s of money in Shares & Mutual Funds. And got daily handsome profit in daily trading by the grace of Ramji ๐Ÿ˜‡
        Buying tata motors shares is better than to buy tata nano๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…

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      1. I am on break for few months, so I am not writing or visiting any of the blogs from past one month. Sure I will once return from break ๐Ÿ™


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