Scooters And One Wheels

One of many youngest Indian billionaires places his cash into Ola electrical scooters

Ola Scooter runs like hotcakes. Bookings for the upcoming electric two-wheeler began on July 15th. Since then it has met with great interest and has had more than one lakh registrations in the first few days. Now one of the youngest billionaires has shown interest in a joyride on the Ola Scooter.

Vijay Shekhar Sharma, founder and CEO of the digital transaction platform Paytm, shared a tweet with the registration confirmation page for Ola Scooter, titled “Done”.

Sharma posted the tweet in the reply section of a tweet from Ola co-founder Bhavish Aggarwal presenting the 10 color options for Ola Scooter and asking interested buyers to register their device

Some of the comments on Sharma’s post wanted to know if he will ride the Ola Scooter to work, while others asked about his color choices.

Ola Electric will enter the electric two-wheeler market with the Ola Scooter. Athers 450X and 450 Plus, Bajaj Chetak, Revolts RV300 and RV400 have already met with an enthusiastic response in the segment.

Ola opened bookings for the Ola Scooter over a week ago, where the two-wheeler can be reserved for a token amount of 499. Registered buyers will later be informed of the remaining amount and the delivery date on the Ola Scooter booking confirmation page.

Ola Electric will produce Ola Scooter in its upcoming Ola Futurefactory in Tamil Nadu, the largest production facility for e-scooters in the world. The factory will extend over an area of ​​500 hectares and with. be built 2,400 crore investment. At full potential, the plant will produce 2 lakh units annually.

Ola Scooters will likely come in several variants. Company registrations show that the scooter will be called Series S. Ola Electric has also filed patents for two other names – S1 and S1 Pro, which could be additional fairings on the scooter.

Ola Scooter could be based on the Etergo AppScooter, which is powered by a replaceable battery with a high energy density. This should have a range of 240 km on a single charge, but can easily last 150 km under real conditions. The battery could charge 0-50 percent in 18 minutes and a full charge could take two and a half hours. It can take more than five hours to charge the scooter from a normal household socket.

The Ola Scooter will likely run on an engine between 3 kW and 6 kW, with a top speed of 90 km / h and a maximum torque of 50 Nm.

Ola Scooter is expected to be between 1.2 lakh and 1.4 lakh.

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