Ola’s electric scooter will be equipped with large boot space and app control feature, company shared photo

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Ola is soon going to introduce its first electric scooter in India, which was announced by the company in April itself. Ola had also veiled its plans to build a better charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in India in the future. Now, the company’s CEO and Chairman Bhavish Aggarwal has tweeted and shed light on some features of the upcoming Ola electric scooter. Although this is a minor feature, but now with the teasers of the design and features, we can speed up our hopes of its launch soon.

Ola CEO and Chairman Bhavish Aggarwal shared some of the highlights of the upcoming Ola electric scooter. Features shared And in these pictures glimpses of the design of the scooter have also been seen. From the look of the indicators, taillight and seat, it seems that the scooter will match the Etergo Appscooter to a great extent. For information, let us tell you that Ola bought Etergo last year and it is believed that the company is bringing its first electric scooter to India with the help of this Netherlands-based startup.

The first of the features shared is boot space. The company claims that its boot space will be the highest in its class. Apart from this, it will get app based keyless access, which means that the user will not need a key to start the scooter. The third feature will be its range. The company claims that this scooter will lead in terms of launch range in its category. The Etergo Appscooter comes with three replaceable 3kWh battery modules, each capable of delivering a range of 80 km. In this way, this scooter can achieve a total range of 240 km.

At present, the company has not given any information about its power, but if we look at Appscooter, then this electric scooter comes equipped with a 6kW motor, which generates 50Nm of peak torque. The top speed of this scooter in Europe is 40Kmph. However, let us tell you that the rules made for electric vehicles in Europe are different from India.

In April, Ola also announced setting up of 1 lakh hypercharging stations in 400 cities in the country. Out of these, 5 thousand stations will be set up in 100 cities this year. The company plans to invest $2 billion (about Rs 150 crore) over the next five years to set up this infrastructure. The company claims that the Ola chargers present in these stations will charge the scooter to 50 percent in just 18 minutes, giving the scooter a range of 75 km. Ola at that time also said Was that the company is making 1 electric scooter every 2 seconds.

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