Ola Electric Scooter Price in India
|Name||Price In India|
|Ola Electric Scooter||Under Rs. 1 Lakh|
Ola Electric Scooter: On July 2, 2021, OLA released a teaser for its upcoming electric scooter. The notion of fitting two helmets inside the boot area went viral on social media. This OLA Electric Scooter Price in India is expected to cost less than 1 lakh rupees.
Note: we would like to mention one thing for ola electric scooter we have taken the reference of Etergo absolute specifications as ola’s app scooter is a rebrand of Dutch-based Etergo.
OLA Electric Scooter Highlights
|Range||80 Km, 150 Km, 240 Km|
|Top Speed||45 KMPH or 100 KMPH|
|Charging Time||36 Min|
|Motor Power||2KW/ 4KW|
Ola Electric Scooter Specifications
The lithium-ion batteries that power the OLA Electric Scooter have a total capacity of 3.48 kWh. The scooter is propelled by a 2KW/4kW hub-mounted BLDC motor that produces 50 nm or 135 nm of torque at the wheel. The estimated range is 80 km, 150 km, or 240 km, and it takes about 36 minutes to fully charge from the Ola Hyper Charger Network. According to sources, the scooter accelerates from 0 to 40 km/h in 3.9 seconds. Ola’s Electric Scooter is estimated to have Tubeless Tyre and Alloy Wheels.
Ola Electric Scooter Color Variants
The OLA’s Electric Scooter Color variants are officially Revelaved by Ola Electric Via Twitter. According to OLA Electric, The scooter will also have the best-in-class boot space. Electric scooters would have ergonomic seating. The new e-scooter has a sleek profile in terms of design.
Book Ola Electric Scooter Online
Click here to Book/Reserve Ole electric Scooter online. Ola Electric Scooter is now Open To Booking Online at a Price of Rs. 499 INR in India.
World’s largest Ola’s Electric Two-Wheeler Factory
Also, Ola Electric is working on the World’s largest and most advanced Electric Two-Wheeler factory in Tamil Nadu, India with an investment of about ₹2,400 crores.
This Ola’s Electric Two-Wheeler Future factory will be spread across 500 acres with 10 production lines and a staggering capacity to produce over 10 million scooters a year – the Ola Futurefactory will be the world’s largest two-wheeler factory.