Ola Electric on Saturday said it has expanded the customer test rides for its electric scooters across the country.
Bengaluru based Ola Electric has raised over $200 million led by Falcon Edge, Softbank and others, at a valuation of $3 billion.
With this, Ola will accelerate the development of other vehicle platforms including electric motorbike, mass-market scooter and its electric car, a statement said.
In the first 24 hours, Ola had said it witnessed sales worth Rs 600 crore, translating 1 unit sold in every 4 seconds. Ola will open its next sales window on November 1.
Ola Electric had on Wednesday commenced the sale process of its electric scooter, which comes in two trims - Ola S1 and S1.
Ola Electric had opened pre-launch bookings of its electric scooters in July for Rs 499 and had received 1 lakh orders in just 24 hours.
Ola has finally launched their first electric two-wheeler, namely the S1
The S1 gives a top-speed of 90 kmph while the S1 Pro can go up to 115 kmph making it the fastest electric scooter in the world, according to the brand.
Ola had opened booking for its electric scooter in the evening of July 15 on their website olaelectric.com.
Starting from Thursday, July 15, 2021, consumers can reserve their Ola Scooter on olaelectric.com by paying a refundable deposit of Rs 499, the company said in a statement.
The 10-year debt of USD 100 million is towards the funding and financial closure of phase I of Ola Futurefactory - its global manufacturing hub for electric two-wheelers, a statement said.
Wayne Burgess was the Chief Designer for the Jaguar F-Type sports car, and then Studio Director for the Jaguar F-Pace SUV.
Upon completion, the factory will create nearly 10,000 jobs and will be the world's largest scooter manufacturing facility that will initially have an annual capacity of 2 million units.