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Ola New Electric Scooter Launch Ola Electric Car Unveil On Independence Day 2022 Check Details

Ola Electric is about to launch another vehicle on the occasion of India’s 75th Independence Day. This vehicle will be a new electric scooter. Apart from this, the company can also disclose its electric car. 

Ola Electric has announced that it will launch its new electric scooter on August 15, 2022. The company has also released the teaser regarding this.

Features of Ola New Electric Scooter

The upcoming Ola Electric Scooter will have some features similar to its current scooter. This will include updated features of MoveOS 2.0, Eco Mode, Cruise Control and Navigation. Apart from this, connected features like remote access like charge status, range in multiple modes, odometer reading can be given in the new Ola electric scooter.

Ola New Electric Scooter Range

According to reports, the range of Ola Electric Scooter will be less than that of Ola S1 Pro . According to reports, a small motor can be given in it. Along with this, the new scooter can be lighter than the S1 Pro.

Ola New Electric Scooter Price

According to reports, the price of the upcoming Ola e-scooter will be less than the S1 Pro. At the same time, some reports have also said that Ola’s new electric scooter can be launched at a price of less than Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom).

The curtain will also be removed from Ola Electric Car

Apart from this new electric scooter, Ola will also introduce the concept of its first electric car. However, its details have not been revealed yet. According to reports, it will get a range of more than 500 km on a full charge once.

Let us tell you that Ola Electric CEO Bhawish has teased the company’s upcoming electric car on several occasions. The company claims that this EV will be the sportiest car made in India.

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