Ola Electric has announced a mammoth reaction to its decision to open buy window for its S1 and S1 Pro scope of electric bikes. CEO Bhavish Aggarwal took to Twitter to report that Ola Electric had sold e-bikes worth ₹600 crore in a day since Wednesday when the buy window was opened online.
Ola Electric and Aggarwal had declared on Wednesday night that the organization was selling four units of its e-bikes each seconds since the buy window was opened. Aggarwal had additionally added that the units could before long be sold out.
On Thursday, Aggarwal in a blog entry featured how the single-day sales volumes, in value terms, was ‘more than whatever the whole 2W industry sells in a day.’
Ola Electric has figured out how to create a major buzz around its debut product and has been underlining its range, features, performance and other specifications.
The Ola S1 has a cost of ₹1 lakh while the more proficient S1 Pro is evaluated at ₹1.30 lakh. These costs are ex showroom and will differ from one state to another contingent upon endowments on offer.
The Ola S1 has a stated range of around 120 kms while the S1 Pro has a range of around 180 kms. There additionally are different contrasts between the two trims like more shading alternatives accessible on the S1 Pro – 10 taking all things together, higher maximum velocity of 115 kmph and a greater battery pack.
Ola Electric is following a direct-to-home sales model and has no physical stores. Test rides and deliveries of units are planned to begin from October and Ola Electric has likewise restricted with various financial institutions to offer loans and EMIs. The organization further expresses that the booking amount and any development paid are refundable till the time the unit is transported from its factory in Tamil Nadu to a customer’s address.
There is a lot of that is additionally occurring at the Ola Electric factory. Called Futurefactory, the facility is relied upon to be the biggest in the world for e-bikes and will utilize 10,000 ladies which would likewise make it the biggest factory to be worked simply by ladies.
Running at full capacity, the Ola Futurefactory is relied upon to carry out 2,000,000 units every year. The facility will be the center from where units are carried out for the domestic market as well as for markets overseas.
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